St. Albans Bay Suet Plus Mealworms & Nuts Suet Wild Bird Food, case of 12

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Give the birdies flocking to your yard a worm welcome with St. Albans Bay’s Suet Plus Mealworms & Nuts suet cakes! All of the wild birdies can feast on these nutritious cakes—with 12 in this pack, there is plenty to go around. They beak the interest of a variety of your tree-clinging and perching friends like chickadees, cardinals, siskins, nuthatches and more. With a melt-resistant design, you can feed these treats confidently all year round, even in the heat of summer. While the birdies will love the taste, you’ll appreciate the easy-opening packaging requires no scissors and eliminates the greasy handling mess. Plus, the packaging is recyclable and uses 80% less packaging than traditional suet feeders in trays.

Key Benefits
  • Includes 12 delicious suet cakes for your feathered neighbors—for use with all suet feeders.
  • Melt-resistant recipe helps these snacks keep their shape, even in the heat.
  • Easy-open packaging requires no scissors and eliminates the greasy handling mess.
  • Attracts a variety of your tree-clinging and perching feathered friends like chickadees, cardinals, siskins, nuthatches, titmice, sparrows, woodpeckers, blue jays and juncos.
  • Environmentally friendly packaging is recyclable.
Precautions

Wash hands after contact with bird feeders or feed. These products are natural and non-sterilized. Not for human consumption. Manufactured in a facility that also processes peanuts and tree nuts.

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  • Item Number
    208191
  • Weight
    8.7 pounds
  • Feeder Type
    Suet Cake Holder
  • Farm Animal Type
    N/A
  • Bird Type
    Wild Bird, Cardinal, Chickadee, Jay, Junco, Nuthatch, Siskin, Sparrow, Titmouse, Woodpecker
  • Food Form
    Suet
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Rendered Beef Suet, Cracked Corn, Millet, Peanut Pieces, Dehydrated Mealworms.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 5% min
Crude Fat 35% min
Crude Fiber 12% max
Moisture 10% max
Feeding Instructions

Take individually wrapped suet cake with two hands. Find perforated edges along the sides of suet cake. Tear open perforated side to expose suet cake. Insert suet cake into feeder, continuously using plastic wrapper to keep hands free of suet.

Rating: 3.9 of 5 stars 14 Reviews 14 Reviews 3.9 out of 5 Stars

79% Recommend

79% of reviewersrecommend this product

Rating: 3.9 of 5 stars 3.9 / 5

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Better than most

    By GWPsNaturally on May 21, 2021

    It's not my absolute favorite suet cake (that would be Pine Tree Farms) but this is better than most. We're in the Southern California desert so for much of the year, it's very hot. Triple digit temperatures are the norm during the summer months. Most regular suet cakes will drip right out of the feeder during those months, and while the standard no-melt suet cakes stand up to the heat well and our birds love C&S no-melt suet, the dry texture crumbles when hacked at by bird beaks and plenty lands on the ground. Which means our birds go through these very fast (I limit them to two a day but they would eat more if given the opportunity). The texture of St. Albans Bay Suet Plus Mealworms & Nuts It's not my absolute favorite suet cake (that would be Pine Tree Farms) but this is better than most. We're in the Southern California desert so for much of the year, it's very hot. Triple digit temperatures are the norm during the summer months. Most regular suet cakes will drip right out of the feeder during those months, and while the standard no-melt suet cakes stand up to the heat well and our birds love C&S no-melt suet, the dry texture crumbles when hacked at by bird beaks and plenty lands on the ground. Which means our birds go through these very fast (I limit them to two a day but they would eat more if given the opportunity). The texture of St. Albans Bay Suet Plus Mealworms & Nuts Suet is somewhere between traditional greasy suet and the drier no-melt suet. This gets soft when it's hot but it won't drip out of the feeder. And although birds (e.g., grosbeaks, finches, buntings) love it and are always on it, it lasts significantly longer than the dry no-melt suet cakes. I've had these on autoship for over a year and plan to keep buying them. … more

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Good purchase

    By Maggie on Jun 21, 2021

    I was hesitant when I saw a few bad reviews, but my birds seems to like it. I have only recently started leaving suet out in the summer. The first cake I put out sat untouched for most of a day. But thent it was gone in 24 hrs!

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Nice price

    By debbie on Jun 7, 2021

    This product does not work so well for my wild birds. They seem to like just plain old seed suet. Nicely made and sticks together well. I cut it in half and it doesn't fall apart. Pretty greasy.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Back for more!

    By KimJamul on May 9, 2021

    We’ve tried various varieties of suet over many years, and I’ve even made my own. This BY FAR is the favorite for our jays, grosbeaks, and nuthatches among others. So I’m back for a second purchase. Next time I’ll post a photo.

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    The price is right!

    By Mouse on Feb 7, 2021

    Our birds don't seem to care for this suet. But the price was good compared to other brands but I doubt I'll buy it again. However it won't stop me from buying from Chewy!

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    birds nor squirrels will tough this stuff

    By SCBB on Jan 10, 2021

    I’ve hung up several cakes and the not a single bird has touched these. Even tried coating with a bit of peanut butter to entice them to it and nothing. The squirrels weren’t even interested in sampling. Sadly $20 in the trash...

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Birds love it and lasts awhile

    By piper on Aug 8, 2020

    I started feeding the birds this summer and suet is easiest for me since I have lots of wildlife that would be attracted to seed feeders. All of my regular visiting birds like this variety, especially the woodpeckers. One cake lasts about 4-5 days so this was a pretty good deal! I’d buy it again.

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    The birds are still here

    By Nannygoat on Aug 3, 2020

    I was going through a brick of suet daily until I switched to this mealworms and nuts suet. Now it hangs in the feeder and barely is visited. After three days, there are now a few peck marks but nothing more. Maybe the woodpeckers and others are not hungry???

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Birds Love It!

    By Jann on Jun 13, 2020

    It was a good deal - quality product - very easy to open suet package - no fuss, no muss! To store it I put It in the freezer. Now that it’s the start of summer and warmer weather the no melt suet is a wise choice to put in feeder - gets soft but still holds it’s shape and it doesn’t melt. Lots of birds are always stopping by my yard for this tasty treat! It has mealworms and nuts so there is something for all kinds of birds.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Birds do not like this stuff.

    By skane on Aug 10, 2020

    Will not buy again. My birds would not eat this stuff. Will try another brand next time.

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