Dried mealworms are a fantastic source of energy and protein for insectivorous wild birds such as Robins, Wrens, Tits, Blackbirds and Song Thrushes.None of these popular visitors to your garden will be able to resist a bowl of mealworms on the bird table.
Soak them in warm water for 30 minutes before you feed them to add in extra moisture and hydration for your garden birds.
Ivel Valley is one of the only places online where you can buy dried mealworms in bulk. With our 12.55kg bulk mealworms box you get the best value for money and a box of worms that will store well and keep your garden birds fed for a long time!
About Dried Mealworms
Mealworms are the larvae of the Yellow Mealworm Beetle - the adult beetles are shiny dark-brown or black - their larvae are honey-yellow. Dried mealworms retain all this protein and fat but without the wriggle! They are also easier to store than their live counterparts and much more affordable.
How To Feed Dried Mealworms
Sprinkle as they are or rehydrate by soaking in warm water for a few minutes. Although our dried mealworms are a year-round bird food, it is recommended during Spring & Summer time to soak them in warm water before feeding as adult birds may be feeding them to their young.
What British birds eat dried mealworms?
A variety of bird species enjoy dried mealworms as part of their diet. Some of the common birds that readily consume mealworms include Blue Tits, Great Tits, Robins, Blackbirds, Wrens, Nuthatches, Song Thrushes, Dunnocks, Sparrows, Woodpeckers, and Chaffinches.
How To Store Your Dried Mealworms
Dried mealworms should be stored in a cool dry location. Mealworms that are stored in this way can last months without spoiling. Our 3kg storage containers are ideal to store your mealworms in a secure, dry place.
Packaging: All Dried Mealworm packaging is recyclable. The plastic bags and box liners are recyclable and our boxes are also made from recycled materials. Please note the box liner is to protect the product and is not a carry sack. Please do not attempt to lift the product out of the box using the liner.
Our mealworms come from China and are fed on a mixture of wheat meal, pumpkin seeds and bran.