|Top Ingredients||Dehulled Sunflower Seed, Millet, Peanuts, Canary Seed.||Black Oil Sunflower Seed, Millet, Milo...||Black Oil Sunflower Seed, Millet, Milo...||Millet *Guizotia abyssinica" / Niger Seed, Sunflower Kernels, Canary Seed. **May Contain**: Peanuts...||Black Oil Sunflower Seed, Millet, Peanuts...|
|Bird Type||Wild Bird, Chickadee, Finch, Jay, Sparrow, Titmouse, Woodpecker||Wild Bird, Bunting, Cardinal, Dove, Junco, Sparrow, Towhee||Wild Bird, Bunting, Chickadee, Finch, Nuthatch, Towhee||Wild Bird, Bunting, Finch, Siskin||Wild Bird, Cardinal, Grosbeak, Mockingbird, Thrasher, Woodpecker|
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I've been shipping 200lbs+ of this bird seed for my backyard feeders. I love it, except the peanut hulls are a mess in my yard as the birds do not consume this part and the hulls are difficult to get out of my artificial grass (live in AZ). Today, I canceled all future auto-shipments and have decided to buy bulk individual bird seed of millet, sunflower/canary seed and peanuts and mix together on my own. Even if it costs more, the lost hours cleaning my grass is worth any extra expense. Please reach out if the peanut hulls are eventually removed and I will consider coming back.
I have tried several different brands of wild bird food blends in my feeder on the front porch. I would not say this is "no waste" but definitely less waste than the other brands I've tried. It attracts a lot of different small birds. There is a small amount of waste, but for the price, this is the best I have found so far.
My birds would not eat his food. I live in downstate New York, and the birds I have most frequently are Blue Jays, house, sparrows, white, breasted, nuthatch, cardinals, and occasionally other birds, like brown, headed cowbirds. I finally took it out of the feeder and put it on the ground. Morning doves will eat it and so did squirrels. I will never buy it again, but unfortunately I bought four bags.
I got this birdseed, thinking it would be perfect for the variety of birds that visit my yard. I don’t understand why, but they ignore the seed that has no shells and prefer the ones that have shells. I am not a bird expert, so I’m very confused. I think it’s perfect because there won’t be a barrage of shells in the yard. I guess I will go back to the ones with the shells. Gotta make the birds happy.
This is not no mess at all - the seeds are all over the floor around the feeder. In comparison, there is zero mess below my other feeder which has lyric fine toons no mess. This is not worth it at all.
These seeds leave a ton of little round seeds all over the place! Maine birds just don't like it! I'm going to have to do a lot of clean up from this "no waste" seed!!!
Birds love these, so do squirrels unfortunately. Great quality for a good price, I prefer to buy bird seed and treats from Chewy where the product is clean and fresh.
For people who have a variety of critters in the neighborhood, you truly won't have to worry about waste. Besides the usual sparrows, mourning doves, and house finches, I have a few species of woodpeckers, blue Jays, cardinals, chickadees and nut hatches that visit. Squirrels make short work of the peanuts that the birds miss. Only problem is the deer really seem to like it too, so I'll need to get a new cage feeder that'll keep them out. Without the deer robbing my feeder, the seed actually lasts a few days before I need to refill it and a bag will last me a little under a week and there's always hungry visitors. A 20 lb bag with corn, red milo and other filler lasts just as long as this 10lb bag but leaves a huge mess so this is truly worth it to invest in.
I have used this brand of bird seed for quite a while now and love the "no mess" aspect! The birds seem to love the mix as well.
Fairly good representation of nuts and sunflower seeds.