The common barn owl usually eats rodents, however their diet can be diverse. You may also find birds, insects, or even crayfish among the normal bones in owl pellets. Up to 95 to 99% will be rodent bones with fur most of the time.
Of the secondary pellets the Bargain Bag will have the most diversity, but still mostly rodent bones. Bargain, and Standards are secondary for the following reasons: The fur has been partly consumed by moth larvae or ants or other insects. Mostly where the pellet landed and how far it fell will break the pellets. Any fur consuming insects or their larvae left in the pellets when collected are killed during our heat treatment process. For more on that process check out our FAQ page. You will find our secondary owl pellets just as fun and educational as any of our Premium barn owl pellets!