150 Fat Balls - £7.99 instore @ B&M - Runcorn
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150 Fat Balls - £7.99 instore @ B&M - Runcorn

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LocalFound 6th Jan
Elsewhere you usually get 50 for this price.

Found in B&M Runcorn but may be elsewhere
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Robert_Paulson1 m ago

I already got 2!!


Yeah but the birds actually like these ones
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I already got 2!!
I pay £3.99 for 50 in Home Bargains. Will be buying these next time if on stock at my local B&M. Heat from me
Robert_Paulson1 m ago

I already got 2!!


Yeah but the birds actually like these ones
arch682 m ago

Yeah but the birds actually like these ones


And your neighbours much prefer these fat balls hanging from the tree in your garden.
What's the sell by date?
Robert_Paulson8 m ago

I already got 2!!


Hope they smell better than these
I love a good fat pecker
That's a term's worth of packed lunches

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majortom2 h, 36 m ago

That's a term's worth of packed lunches [Image]


TAKE my photo down PLEASE
All well and good until you find out the birds in your garden don't like that particular brand and you are stuck with a box full of em!

Fake edit: I have no idea what these ones are like but know I have a big tub of fat balls in the shed that when put out start to sprout green shoots after a long while without being touched by any birds!
Does anyone have a comparison between these ones and the ones from Wilkinsons? The birds love the Wilkinsons ones but I've bought some from Boyes and they were smaller, didn't have many seeds in and the birds didn't like them.
Uilleam1712 m ago

The squirrels keep nicking mine, I don't know what to do to stop them



A squirrel proof cage like this are pretty effective in my experience;

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You put your normal feeder inside it and hang them both together. I was skeptical that it would also stop the birds getting in but it really doesn't slow them down one bit, if anything I have seen it attract more of the smaller birds that can get through. I regularly see many of them perched on the cage queuing up to get to the feeder within.
Uilleam1717 m ago

The squirrels keep nicking mine, I don't know what to do to stop them


Shotgun
cold - think of all the obese birds we are creating, where is the low fat, low sugar, healthy version for our feathered friends
Tasty, need this in my mouth.
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