Peanut Butter with mealworms

Peanut Butter with mealworms
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 Mealworms are a popular treat for many garden birds, in particular Britain's favourite bird, the Robin, so this nutritious jar of energy rich peanut butter combined with the protein-rich mealworm morsels cannot fail to be a hit in your garden! Peanuts are naturally high in calories and when blended into butter, make a tasty high energy treat.  There is no added salt in this product, ensuring that this blend is nutritionally balanced and safe* for your garden birds.The glass jar contains 330g of this tasty peanut butter blend. Feed by removing the lid and placing the jar into one of our specialist feeders. Alternatively you can feed by sitting the jar securely on a bird table, or by smearing the peanut butter onto the trunk of a tree for more timid birds to find.

*Peanut butter intended for human consumption contains up to 100 times more salt than our specialist blend and should not be fed to garden birds or wildlife.

We have two special feeders that can be used with these jars. A wooden one that fixes to a wall etc,or a hanging one

 We stock peanut butter from CJ Wildlife, and Flutter Butter brand. Essentially these products are the same so we will supply whichever one is available.

Product CodePEAM38

You can save money on this item when you purchase several at a time. The table below shows the minimum quantities required to benefit from this offer, and how much they'll cost.

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Updated 05/04/2019