Oregon Suet Block

Rated 5.00 out of 5 based on 7 customer ratings
(8 customer reviews)


Wild bird food for insectivorous birds. Oregon Suet Block is a nutritious, high energy, economically long lasting, wild bird food that appeals especially to woodpeckers, flickers, nuthatches and chickadees. There are hundreds of dry insects per block to bring welcomed nutrients to wild birds visiting your backyard. Unwrap and place in suitable holder.



Ingredient Analysis
Protein min 1.1%
Fat min 98.4%
Fiber max 1.5%
Net wt 9 oz (260 g)
Not for human consumption

Ingredients: Rendered beef kidney suet, dehydrated insects (Musca domestica), mixed tocopherois (natural preservatives).

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8 reviews for Oregon Suet Block

  1. Rated 5 out of 5


    I love this long lasting suet!! We live in the PNW so Oregon Suet Block is PERFECT for our area and the local wild birds. Always a line at the feeders, we had to install a second and third! Thanks so much Skipio!!

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    Conor (verified owner)

    While suet blocks made by Mr. Skip Cockerum are a bit more expensive than other commercial suets, I can tell you from experience that they are worth every penny. I’ve found that even with regular and enthusiastic visits from my woodpeckers, nuthatches, chickadees, and wrens, one block lasted exactly one month.”

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    anonymous (verified owner)

    Oregon suet block is the preferred suet for the birds I feed here in Michigan. I have a double upside down suet feeder for the big and small woodpeckers, flickers, nuthatches, and chickadees and I put one of these along with a store bought suet side by side. The Oregon suet block is gone while the other hardly touched! They really seem to prefer this over the others I had been buying which mainly attracted starlings. So, I’m pleased with this product and will only feed this suet from now on. Worth the cost, every bit of it is eaten, no waste!

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Rick Moss

    So far, so good…. But how well does this hold up in the summer months? Does it melt? Is there anything that could be added to help with the melting if it does so?

    • Skipio @ Fly Farm Products

      OSB, being pure fat, will melt in the heat. To solve this problem I made Cascade Summer Suet Block. It is made by adding ground millet to the mix. Millet is high in lecithin which is a natural emulsifier. By grinding this grain the lecithin is released into the fat and stabilizes it making it remain firm at much higher temperatures.

      Some customers who only like OSB actually put the blocks into their feeders in the cool of the evenings and then bring them back to refrigerate in the mornings when the temps heat up for the day. This is above and beyond, in my opinion, and shows a fine dedication to the care of the woodpeckers in their yards. Wonderful, don’t you think?

  5. Rated 5 out of 5


    I have tried different types of suet—just to see how they compare to yours—and found that—HANDS DOWN— your product is absolutely the best for a number of reasons. -holds up better in weather—
    and squirrels are not fans- as it does not have corn or seeds etc.

    It may be a bit higher in price—but it is the best—no doubt and no questions

    This is a Superior product!

  6. Rated 5 out of 5


    This is my second order of Oregon Suet Blocks. I had been searching extensively for suet that the starlings would not devour in a day, As advertised and reassured by Skip, neither starlings nor squirrels are the least bit interested. And even though we have some serious heat waves this summer, the suet blocks have lasted a long time.

    I’m thrilled!

  7. Rated 5 out of 5

    Julie Bresnan

    On the other hand, I am buying from and supporting a small wholesale business. And my order of four suet blocks arrived 3 days after I ordered, so that’s the good news in my review.

  8. P. D. Stone

    Hung in my upside down suet feeders, Oregon Suet Blocks are long lasting with no waste. They have proven to be an economical, year round food for birds that master the feeder. I store them in the freezer and use some as a perfect gift for friends and family who enjoy our feathered friends. Delivery has always been prompt, often accompanied by a word or two from Skip.

    • Morgaine O’Herne

      Thanks! It’s nice to know that our products make great gifts. We’ll pass that along.

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