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Bulk suet pellets? Happy Beaks? (1 Viewer)

Joe94

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United Kingdom
Evening all,

I know a few of you have mentioned names within my previous before, but I’m at a stage no since setting up my feeders where I need to start looking to buy more feed.

Particularly at the moment I need suet pellets & would like to buy bulk, so just wanted some recommendations of good sites/companies that offer a good range of reasonable priced wild bird feed including the pellets & service/delivery too; that I could hopefully start to use regularly for all different orders?
I have seen Happy Beaks come up quite a bit, not sure if these are a good place to use?

Many thanks :)
 

PYRTLE

Old Berkshire Boy
C J Wildlife is in Wiltshire, so fairly green in keeping delivery miles down. Great quality and an excellent range.
Haiths is another, but a long way from you - both been in business for many years.
 

ClarkWGriswold

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Wales
Ordered on the weekend Joe and had e-mail 2 mins ago to say they were on their way. Haven’t used them for suet pellets before but the birds wolfed down the sunflower seeds.
 

StephenHampshire

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United Kingdom
Ahh brilliant thank you, I definitely take a look :)
I've used both CJ Wildlife and Happy Beaks in the recent past and got good service from both. My birds are a bit fussy it seems and aren't that keen on the CJ Wildlife suet logs or suet balls. They love Peckish Daily Goodness suet nuggets though.
 
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