|Top Ingredients||Corn, Roasted Peanuts, Rendered Beef Suet, Oats, Soy Oil, Mealworms.||Rendered Beef Suet, Corn, White Millet, Sunflower Hearts||Rendered Beef Suet, Corn, Wheat, Peanut Parts, Almonds.||Rendered Beef Suet, Peanut Parts, Corn, Raisins, Wheat.||Rendered Beef Suet, Corn, Milo...|
|Bird Type||Wild Bird, Bluebird, Woodpecker||Wild Bird||Finch, Wild Bird, Cardinal...||Finch, Wild Bird, Cardinal...||Finch, Wild Bird, Cardinal...|
I've tried a few different suets, and this is always the one that has to be replaced every 2 to 3 days.
It was broken up in the box
they love it
I hung the suet feeder about 2 weeks ago and slowly the birds have been checking it out. I've seen a few bluejays hanging there eating on it but a couple of days ago, I seen my first woodpecker hanging there for a quick snack. My neighborhood has a few resident woodpeckers and they usually come around for the peanuts I leave out, but now they can also enjoy the suet.
I was so looking forward to this product. What a disappointment. There is only one little guy who's visiting, and even then, not very often. I'm letting a lot of the little guys down by not serving their usual. I'll definitely not order this suet again.
Love this suet and so do the bluebirds. If I don’t have it available, they don’t come
Birds love this suet. Unfortunately so do the squirrels and raccoons. Fun to watch.
This is new to the feeder area. I bought a squirrel proof feeder for it hoping my blue birds will enjoy it.
These last about 2 days for the birds if I bring them in at night (raccoons love snacking on these at night!) The mealworm is especially loved by woodpeckers! The squirrels avoid this mixture.
The no melt nature of these means they are very crumbly. This crumbliness allowed the squirrels to easily break them apart whereby they fell through the feeder grate.