Elite Sunflower & Nut Cake Bird Food

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Your backyard bird feeder will be the most popular in town when you add Elite’s Sunflower & Nut Cake Bird Food! Loaded with black oil sunflower seeds, peanuts, sunflower hearts, safflower seed and gelatin, this premium seed cake is adored by wild birds all over. Available in small and large sizes, these tasty cakes can fit in standard or large suet cage feeders. Or, simply set them on a platform feeder and watch your bird buddies go wild! Packed with protein and rich in fat, this nutritious feeder addition provides your neighborhood buddies with everything they need to thrive.

Key Benefits
  • Cake-style bird feed contains a blend of black oil sunflower seeds, peanuts, sunflower hearts and safflower.
  • High in protein and fat to provide energy and help birds stay warm through the winter.
  • Small and large sizes fit in standard suet cage feeders or large seed cake cage feeders.
  • Made without fillers.
  • Can also be placed on platform feeders.

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    7 ounces
  • Bird Type
    Wild Bird
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Nutritional Info

Black Oil Sunflower, Peanuts, Sunflower Hearts, Safflower, Gelatin

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein18.0% min
Crude Fat27.0% min
Crude Fiber18.0% max
Feeding Instructions

Open bag and pour into tube, hopper, or platform feeder. Clean your feeders regularly for best results.

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    This is the best treat I have found for several different birds I feed. It lasted about 5 days and I have so many birds. They loved it, and the squirrels I feed were on it too.

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