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I am an avid bird feeder and always have suet available for my feathered visitors of various species. All of the birds love this particular suet- I have never seen a suet so well received.
living in the mojave desert, attracting bird life is a treat to see them fly around and eat at the feeders. regular suet made out of grease type suet totally melts and drips on the ground as temps reach 110-115 degrees. NOT this stuff and the birds appreciate it ! quails, doves, little finches and an assortment of other birds eat the suet and love it.
Peanut suet. Purchased three boxes (18 units) because I thought it would be very similar to peanut suet from Grocery store. Not enough suet fat to keep grated nut stuff in place so my expensive double caged suet feeder gets piles of crumbs Al bottom of wooden ledge under cafe and then all over my deck. Will not get this again .
All our birds and squirrels love this: titmice, jays, cardinals, chickadees, mourning doves, wrens, sparrows, mockingbirds, and bluebirds.
My birds love this. I get a bunch of woodpeckers and more variety of birds because of this suet. They really love it that’s why I say it’s too good. The birds go through it so quickly. I put one out and a day later it’s gone.
I break this into 4 parts to put in different feeders, and before the day is over its all gone. The squirrels eat this too.
This brand is the best peanut suet. The flickers and smaller red cap woodpeckers LOVE this suet. The blackcap chickadees also.
We bought these based on the “peanut” & “no melt” characteristics. They are no melt which is a positive. However the cakes are made mostly with corn, and the birds are not having it. So, if your purpose is attracting birds these aren’t very effective vs other makes that incorporate a higher percentage of peanuts and/or bird seed. If you’re looking for inexpensive, no melt and you’re in an area where the alternative food sources are low then maybe these will work for you. They haven’t worked well for us, where birds are choosing any other available alternative.
This was the first time of ordering suet online so I have to admit I was a bit skeptical about the birds liking it. Very shortly after inserting the suet into the feeder it was obvious the birds loved it. Needless to say I will have to order some more as I am on the last suet cake.
I have tried several different types of suet and the birds love this one the best. I can go through one cake every 2 days. Chewy has the best price.