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Rendered Suet

by Linda

Hi I am seeking information about using rendered suet for the birds.

Does anybody know if the hard bits of meat that are left after rendering are dangerous for the birds (choking or whatever.) I was given some
fat, both pork and beef, and rendered it down but did not strain it. There was a lot of meat mixed in with the ground fat and my thought was that it might be good for them, but now I am having second thoughts. Any opinions?

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Nov 06, 2010
Deer fat
by: Michelle

I use deer fat rendered down,the birds love it.

Nov 04, 2010
by: jerry

I would strain out after you render. Also most bird suet is made from beef fat or cooking oil. Not sure about using pork.

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