Feldyfare Limited, the bespoke manufacturers of unrivalled Wild Bird Complete Foods, have moved their focus and in depth expertise into the Poultry and Game Food Block market with a range of well researched products.

The placement is now established of their complete food ball under the name of Feldy Goldenball for wild birds. The whole basis of the business was to create a wild bird range manufactured only from ethical and nutritious ingredients thus giving the consumer an offer which was not produced down to a price from marginal filler materials.

Feldy Golden Balls


The growth of domestic back garden chicken keepers allows Feldy to craft a select range of highly nutritious Pecker Blocks which supply concentrated food with the benefit of occupational therapy to relieve boredom and its side effects.

Designed from 12 high quality ingredients the Feldy Pecker Block is available in 3 formats of Ball and 2 sizes of Block. The 110 grm. Pecker Ball can be offered to chickens using a standard wire tube feeder or the specially designed Caddy Feeder as produced by Omlet.


The 1 kg Block is produced into a bio degradable tray for floor or shelf feeding whilst the 6 kg Block has been carefully designed to be fed directly from the bucket by removing the base of the bucket and hanging the Block so that the birds feed upwards.

Feldy have designed and produced their own equipment to facilitate production at their plant in Mere, Cheshire in order to make the Block extremely hard and durable. Investment continues as demand increases after the first month of launch in April.

Feldy retailers report a strong interest from the consumer and the products gain traction from the Pet Trade and Country Stores. Further retail and wholesale outlets are sought in Scotland and the South of England including East Anglia.

A full technical support for consumers is offered via social media and telephone contact as well as presence at County Shows during the Summer. Feldy now are working with organisations such as The British Hen Welfare Trust and other Hen Rescue Associations with rehoming days in many UK areas.