The Kaytee Nyjer Wild Bird Food is both bird food and feeder all in one for a convenient, time-saving option. This wild treat bar features tasty ingredients that goldfinches, pine siskins, purple finches, lesser finches and buntings are flap happy for. This bar’s ready-hang feature means you don’t need a separate feeder. It makes for less mess, since there’s no loose feed for your birdie friends to push out of the feeder. While traditional sock feeders usually end up with feed falling on the ground, this feeder cuts down on the mess and waste. Plus, since birds spend more time pecking at and eating the seed, you’ll have more time to watch your feathered friends in action.
Hang treat bar with a ready-to-hang feature, no need for a separate feeder.
Blend appeals to goldfinches, pine siskins, purple finches, lesser finches and buntings.
Blend of hulled sunflower seed, nyjer seed, canary grass seed, white millet, small yellow millet, red millet and flax seed.
Less mess and lasts longer than traditional loose seed.
Birds spend more time pecking and eating the seed for increased birdwatching time.
I would not purchase this product again. We had a rain storm and the whole thing fell apart. Went out in the morning to find a block of seed on the ground and an empty hanger. Was a great idea, just doesn’t work.
Love this block!
on Feb 21, 2021
My finches stopped eating the thistle seed. They now prefer seeds! I don't have to fill the feeder anymore. Just hang this block. It last about 2 weeks
on Sep 13, 2020
Thought I would try this and see how the finches liked it. They went crazy for it! It's extremely convenient and certainly less mess. I also got a nyjer one but with the exception of the goldfinches all the others preferred this one. Even got chickadees to come for a visit! Will buy again!!
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on Jun 16, 2020
Got this thinking it would be a treat for the goldfinches I feed. They really very much prefer the nyjer seed socks. Sometimes a small bird will get on this and peck at it but it's mostly abandoned. Even the squirrel who managed to knock it out of the tree abandoned it!