Brown's Cherry-Scented Dark Oil Sunflower Seeds Premium Wild Bird Food, 3.5-lb bag

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Encourage a feathered chorus to drop by for a visit with Cherry-Scented Dark Oil Sunflower Seeds from Brown's. Especially designed to attract and satisfy songbirds, this blend features dark oil sunflower seeds, enriched with Brown's Very Cherry scented oil. The rich, aromatic fragrance can help draw songbirds to your feeder, while the tasty seeds encourage them to keep coming back for more. Most importantly, Brown's exclusive five-stage cleaning process helps to remove unwanted junk from natural grains and seeds. So, you can trust the wholesome goodness inside this bag was designed to be clean and nutritious. Together with Brown's, you can create a rewarding experience for your family and your flying neighbors.

Key Benefits
  • Premium wild bird food was crafted to welcome finches, chickadees and other songbirds.
  • Features the fragrant Very Cherry scented oil, which can encourage songbirds to visit your feeder.
  • Prepared using Brown's five-stage cleaning process and packed into barrier bags to protect freshness.
  • Features premium dark oil sunflower seeds—a treat loved by wild birds.
  • May help you rally the family to create a new hobby, or teach children about wildlife.

Manufactured in a facility that processes shrimp, peanuts and other tree nuts. Not for human consumption.

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  • Weight
    3.5 pounds
  • Feeder Type
  • Farm Animal Type
  • Bird Type
    Wild Bird, Finch, Chickadee
  • Food Form
Nutritional Info

Black Oil Sunflower Seeds, Natural And Artificial Cherry Flavor.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein13.5% min
Crude Fat30.0% min
Crude Fiber30.0% max
Moisture12.0% max
Feeding Instructions

Feed the birds all year round. As in winter, springtime feeding can be just as difficult for wild birds to find an adequate supply of food. Use a wide variety of seeds in various types of feeders to attract even more birds. Clean the feeders regularly and always provide an accessible source of water.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Bird's Love'Em

    By Angel on Jan 9, 2021

    This is my 2nd purchase and my southern backyard birds love them. I mix these with the sunflower hearts and chips, and mealworms. We get a variety of birds (cardinals, finches, chickadees, bluebirds, titmice, grosbek,etc,). Would definitely recommend this product!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Cherry Scented Sunflower Seeds

    By Jeanette on Dec 27, 2020

    I mix sunflower seeds in with wild bird seed. I purchased these out of curiosity. The scent was lovely & they certainly attracted more songbirds!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Very Cherry

    By Dark on Nov 3, 2020

    The birds loved these fruity bunch of oats. Thankyou to the makers of these great seeds for my feral birds. They love getting treats from me. These cherry sunflower seeds are very inviting.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Awesome Product

    By Maureen on May 15, 2019

    I have a seed ball and the finches are actually fighting for a spot on the ball. I know certain burds love cherry but this is the first time I noticed black oil sunflower seeds sent it with cherry. They absolutely love it!

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    Sunflower seeds

    By DogFood on Jun 8, 2019

    I think these seeds are Great and the birds do too

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