So I made my birds suet a few days to a week ago but it's been fairly warm (30s and 40s) so I didn't give it to them and left in the freezer. Well today it is 25-30 and snowing and supposed to get down to the teens tonight so I figure maybe I'd give it to them. Well now my problem is is that the dang thing is like a brick and I can't cut it and the knife, even a very sharp and very big one, just makes it all crumbly, it kinda just shaves pieces off instead of cutting through but maybe if I kept going it would. My mom said I should just let it sit out a while but I wasn't surr if it would get too soft. and I thought nothing short of a saw or even the chain saw would cut it but that seems rather extreme. I'm sure I am just being stupid here and there is surely SOMETHING I am missing!? How do I cut this thing!? Also I cleaned their coop today so for a brief while they had to endure the beginning of the snow, despite a tiny little roofed area i made, so of course once all was clear and they ate some more they all piled in the coop so is it even wise to draw them back out? If I DON'T give them the suet they'll be fine right?