High Energy Fat Balls – pack of 6

£1.50

We can all do our bit in helping our feathered friends by providing the right food – like these tasty fat balls. Helping our bird population find a healthy source of food is increasingly important as their natural habitats are in decline. According to the RSPB, changes in farming practices and land use have played a major part in the falling number of birds as their food sources are diminished and nesting opportunities change.

It’s all about the recipe with these High Energy Fat Balls. They contain everything wild birds need to stay fit and well.

Why are these fat balls better than others?

The key ingredient is suet. It’s a pure refined animal or vegetable fat and is one of the most concentrated, easily-metabolised instant energy foods for wild birds. It is a good source of much needed nutrients and the birds love it.

Johnston & Jeff High Energy Fat Balls are made with suet, cereals, and seeds, as well as natural minerals, making them an ideal source of protein and fibre. With Johnston & Jeff, it’s the ingredients which matter. You won’t find any cheap bulking agents inside their products and their fat balls are not wrapped in plastic net bags.

How do I feed them to the birds?

Serve them from the Johnston & Jeff Fat Ball Feeder or crumble them up and add them to seed mixtures on your bird table.

What’s different about this manufacturer?

Johnston & Jeff monitor and test all the ingredients they use to ensure they are safe, and they clean all their raw materials to a purity level of 99.9% to ensure they are not contaminated with fungal toxins.

I need some more tips about bird feeding. Who should I ask?

In the spring, birds need to build up their strength for nest building and to get into the best breeding condition. During the summer, the parents are tired and their offspring need to get into strong shape for the autumn and winter months, then in the coldest weather, they need your food supplies to see them through to another year. The RSPB website has loads of advice available about what to feed the birds and when to do it, as do Johnston & Jeff.

Do you  have any more products to bring wildlife to my  garden?

Yes! Have a look at our full range of homes and other feeding products here.