Harvest Seed & Supply Hot Pepper Snack Stack Corn Free Wild Bird Food, 9-oz cake, 6 count

By Harvest Seed & Supply
Rated 3.7368 out of 5 stars
$26.93Chewy Price
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  • This high-quality bird food helps to attract beautiful backyard birds and not squirrels.
  • This bird seed can be used with bird feeders from Harvest & Seed, or your existing favorite feeder.
  • Multiple snack stacks are included in your purchase!
  • Each snack stack is full of sunflower and safflower seeds coated with hot, spicy habanero oil.
  • These snacks attract chickadees, cardinals, sparrows, finches, and other backyard birds.

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Top IngredientsSunflower Seed, Gelatin, Cracked Corn...Black Oil Sunflower, White Millet, Milo...Rendered Beef Suet, Corn, Wheat, Hot Pepper (Capsaicin).Dried Mealworms.Rendered Beef Suet, Corn, Wheat, Peanut Parts, Almonds.
Bird TypeWild BirdWild BirdFinch, Wild Bird, Cardinal...Duck, Wild Bird, Bluebird...Finch, Wild Bird, Cardinal...
Food FormSeeds, CakeSeeds, CakeSuetMealwormsSuet
Special DietHigh-Protein
FarmAnimalTypePoultry
Health FeatureHigh-Energy

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18 Customer Reviews



Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Deborah on Nov 17, 2023

Hot Stuff!

With this product, I can feed the birds and keep the squirrels away!


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Margaret on Nov 26, 2023

Repels squirrels

Birds eat it. The squirrels stay away.


Rated 2 out of 5 stars
By Elaine on May 18, 2023

hot pepper snack stack wild bird food

this isn't great; it's very reasonably priced compared to other hot seed cakes but it's filled with crappy corn and other stuff the birds don't seem to like .. I'll have to get the more expensive cakes


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Melissa on May 31, 2023

No Squirrel food here!

Pleased with this product for our bird food flat feeders. Hot pepper keeps squirrels away. Lasts for about a week for us - so fewer refill trips to the feeder!


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Shari on Jun 14, 2023

lousy

Did not work at all. The squirrels ate it like the other seed. Do not recommend.


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Karen on Mar 6, 2023

Great stacker

The birds love it! The squirrels do not! And they arrived without any damage. (When I've ordered similar products from elsewhere they are often crumbling.) As always Chewy sent my order quickly, efficiently and without any problems.


Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Ruth65 on Nov 16, 2022

Spicy Seed Cake

Most squirrels avoid this cake, but there a few who do it eat. I have to sprinkle the cake with cayenne pepper powder to deter those that will tolerate the moderate spiciness level. The cake also falls apart rather easily and there is loose seeds on the ground which leave a mess. Fortunately the ground-feeding birds don't mind! I would recommend that the manufacturer add more red pepper extract and gelatin.


Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By DebD on Jan 23, 2023

Not the usual

I've purchased this bird seed cake many times with no issues. However, this time they arrived disintegrating and fell apart.


Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By ja on Jun 30, 2023

hot pepper

squirrels love this stuff


Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Irish on Jul 2, 2023

Birds love them

Squirrels don't