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Johnston & Jeff Pre-Filled Mealworm Feeder - £2.92 with code @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C)
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Johnston & Jeff Pre-Filled Mealworm Feeder - £2.92 with code @ Robert Dyas (Free C&C)

£2.92£4.9941%Robert Dyas Deals
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Posted 12th Jul
There’s no better and simpler way of attracting nature and wildlife into your garden than with a bird feeder. This Easy Mealworm Feeder from Johnston & Jeff is ideal for exactly that.

This is an easy to use pre filled mealworm feeder which comes full of high protein and nourishing feed, perfect for many types of birds.

Simply remove the packaging and hang up, you’ll be feeding the birds in no time.

The mealworms included in this feeder are a high energy and nutritious food source which is suitable all year round. The mesh surround of this feeder gives the birds plenty of easy access to the feed while giving them somewhere to hang on to.

Features and Benefits
  • Prefilled – Sold prefilled with nourishing mealworms, simply unpack and hang this feeder. Quick and easy.
  • Hanging – Simply hand from a tree, hook or anywhere you want. Perfect for any sized garden or outdoor space.

Specifications
  • Dimensions:
  • Prefilled with all year round mealworms
  • Hanger
  • 1-year guarantee
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Store in a cool dry place it says
Not sure where original price comes from. But final price looks good. Thanks
Edited by: "Timaz" 12th Jul
I went in and got two. They have a nuts one and a seed one on offer as well. All the bord stuff is half price.
Interested to know what types of bird would appreciate this. Blackbirds & robins are the main ones that take mealworms in my garden. They prefer to feed on the ground but will use a bird table; I can't imagine them hanging from one of these.
libretto12/07/2019 20:50

Interested to know what types of bird would appreciate this. Blackbirds & …Interested to know what types of bird would appreciate this. Blackbirds & robins are the main ones that take mealworms in my garden. They prefer to feed on the ground but will use a bird table; I can't imagine them hanging from one of these.


Here you go :kennedywildbirdfood.co.uk/new…od/
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