Heath Very Berry Songbird Suet Cake Bird Food, 9.25-oz, case of 16

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Description

Make your backyard irresistible to songbirds with the Heath Very Berry Songbird Suet Cake Bird Food. Made with berry flavored rendered beef suet and loaded with grains birds love like corn, wheat, milo, millet, oats plus sunflower seeds, it’s the perfect high-energy blend for year-round feeding. It’s great for outdoors since it doesn’t melt, so you can use it during any season no matter the weather. They help attract woodpeckers and other songbirds including chickadees, goldfinches, juncos, kinglets, nuthatches, purple finches, siskins, and titmice. Simply place it in a suet cage and hang in your favorite birding spot, backyard garden, or bird cage. The formula is proudly made in the USA and each case comes with 16 cakes that are easy to open with a peel-tab and sealed for maximum freshness.

Key Benefits
  • Made with berry flavored rendered beef suet and loaded with grains birds love like corn, wheat, milo, millet, oats plus sunflower seeds.
  • Doesn’t melt so it’s great for outdoor use to make any outdoor area irresistible to songbirds.
  • Perfect for woodpeckers and other songbirds like chickadees, goldfinches, juncos, kinglets, nuthatches, purple finches, siskins, and titmice.
  • Simply place it in a suet cage and hang in your favorite birding spot, backyard garden, or bird cage.
  • Made in the USA with no artificial ingredients; case comes with 16 easy-peel open cakes that are sealed for freshness

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  • Item Number
    131064
  • Dimensions
    5.25 x 5.25 x 1 inches
  • Weight
    9.25 pounds
  • Bird Type
    Wild Bird, Finch
  • Food Form
    Suet
  • Lifestage
    Adult
  • Made in
    United States
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Rendered Beef Suet, Corn, Milo, Wheat, Millet, Sunflower Seeds, Artificial Berry Flavoring, Oats.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein4.0% min
Crude Fat30.0% min
Crude Fiber12.0% max
Instructions

Place in suet holder, hang approximately 6 feet off the ground. Refill when empty. Store in a cool, dry place.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    My bird friends LOVED it!

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    I only put this out during winter and my birdies ate every scrap and sang for their supper! Well, chirped and squeaked and squawked, anyway! 5 stars!

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    Birds didn't really go for it

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    It's possible they could tell there's a berry flavor added and maybe that's why they weren't fans of it. It's very crumbly, too. I gave 2 stars because some woodpeckers did eat it.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    birds like the suet cakes

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    I put suet cakes in squirrel cages at each end of my bird feeder and one laying in the open top seed pan on the top of the pole. Go through a couple of cakes a week. Regular visitors are a pair of cardinals, a pair of blue jays, a pair of red-headed woodpeckers, a pair of robins (yes robins! although they prefer the freeze dried meal worms), half a dozen doves, about 30 various finches, nut hatches, etc. and a flock of starlings that I keep chasing away. All have been very happy this winter with the suet cakes supplementing about 15 lbs of seed I feed each week (no millet or milo, mostly "porch and patio" or "zero waste" much less ground mess from hulls). Have whole kernel corn for squirrels I put suet cakes in squirrel cages at each end of my bird feeder and one laying in the open top seed pan on the top of the pole. Go through a couple of cakes a week. Regular visitors are a pair of cardinals, a pair of blue jays, a pair of red-headed woodpeckers, a pair of robins (yes robins! although they prefer the freeze dried meal worms), half a dozen doves, about 30 various finches, nut hatches, etc. and a flock of starlings that I keep chasing away. All have been very happy this winter with the suet cakes supplementing about 15 lbs of seed I feed each week (no millet or milo, mostly "porch and patio" or "zero waste" much less ground mess from hulls). Have whole kernel corn for squirrels and late night rabbits and sometimes a piece of a suet cake. Also have a heated water bowl that ALL of the above like, especially the robins. … more

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Nasty! Greasy!

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    I have two suet feeders outside my kitchen window. They have been crazy-active for years, usually 15 or more birds at all times. I tried two cases of this brand (Heath) of suet cakes and the birds are gone. I switched to two different cakes from the case. Not a single bird. They're goopy and smell musty. Throwing them out and ordering my old standby. Sorry, birds!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Fantastic!

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    Once the birds found our feeders they went crazy over the Berry Suet. Great product

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Suet for the cold season

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    A variety suet to get your bird friends through the winter

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