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I have been using this brand of suet for a number of years. It is very well accepted by Downey and Hairy woodpeckers and Pileated woodpeckers too. Chickadees, white and red breasted nut hatches also love it. Of course, squirrels get a cut of the action too.
I've always put this out for yard birds. They all eat it. Sale on Chewy so I got a case. Will freeze some.
I have been purchasing this item for many years, originally for feeding Woodpeckers, over the years I found out that most of the birds that visit my backyard love it.
My mom puts these out in front of my window and I enjoy watching them eat
I just discovered a few weeks ago that Chewy sold wild bird food! I mean, why not? I usually buy from my local wild bird food store, but I found the suet on sale so I thought I'd try it. I bought three different types including this one that a reviewer had remarked was gooey and unappetizing to her birds. I agree. I had to scoop the gloppy mess out of the container with a spoon because the cake wouldn't stick together to slide into the feeder. Yuck. Gila woodpeckers will eat ANYTHING...but after three days, they had barely touched this. Other suet from this brand seems fine, but stick to the 'no-melt.'
I purchased this suet by mistake. I thought it was the no melt variety I usually buy. This suet is a sticky mess. It’s hard to get out of its plastic holder, leaving suet on your hands and messing up the feeder. I highly recommend the no melt variety instead.