St. Albans Bay Suet Plus Berry & Peanut Suet Wild Bird Food, case of 10

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Description

It’s peanut butter and jelly time in your backyard with St. Albans Bay’s Suet Plus Mixed Flavor suet cakes! You get five peanut blend cakes and five berry suet cakes in this variety pack so you can keep your feathered friends on their toes. Both are designed to nourish and attract a variety of wild birds, from chickadees to cardinals and titmice to woodpeckers. You can even find out who likes to visit at each season and who’s vacationing down south with the melt-resistant design that helps these cakes keep their shape, even in the heat of summer. Filling your feeder is easier than even with the easy-open packaging—no scissors needed!—that also eliminates the greasy handling mess. Be sure to recycle the packaging when you’re done!

Key Benefits
  • Includes 5 peanut blend suet cakes and 5 berry suet cakes—for use with all suet feeders.
  • Melt-resistant recipe helps these snacks keep their shape, even in the heat.
  • Easy-open packaging requires no scissors and eliminates the greasy handling mess.
  • Attracts a variety of your tree-clinging and perching feathered friends like chickadees, cardinals, siskins, nuthatches, titmice, sparrows, woodpeckers, blue jays and juncos.
  • Environmentally friendly packaging is recyclable and uses 80% less packaging by weight than a standard suet tray.
Precautions

Wash hands after contact with bird feeders or feed. These products are natural and non-sterilized. Not for human consumption. Manufactured in a facility that also processes peanuts and tree nuts.

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  • Item Number
    208204
  • Weight
    7.3 pounds
  • Feeder Type
    Suet Cake Holder
  • Farm Animal Type
    N/A
  • Bird Type
    Wild Bird, Cardinal, Chickadee, Jay, Junco, Nuthatch, Siskin, Sparrow, Titmouse, Woodpecker
  • Food Form
    Suet
Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Rendered Beef Suet, Cracked Corn, Millet, Peanut Pieces. Processed Grain By-Products, Berry Flavor.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 5% min
Crude Fat 35% min
Crude Fiber 12% max
Moisture 10% max
Feeding Instructions

Take individually wrapped suet cake with two hands. Find perforated edges along the sides of suet cake. Tear open perforated side to expose suet cake. Insert suet cake into feeder, continuously using plastic wrapper to keep hands free of suet.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Smelly berry!

    By Gilly on Jul 27, 2021

    Melts breaks apart crumbles as you load it and some of it has very chemical smells the fruit flavors the birds did not like it very much compared to other suits I have bought from chewy

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Birds love it!

    By poet522 on May 10, 2021

    Our birds BLAST through suet in the spring and I wanted something to keep them fed that wouldn't break the bank. This 10-pack fit the bill! These cakes don't specify "no melt", so I would think twice about using them in hot weather, but for cooler temps they are a great deal!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Singing for their supper

    By Soli on Apr 22, 2021

    If the birds could talk they would squawk THANK YOU! They especially loved the wild berry suet. It was gone in 2 days. Just wish it wasn't so expensive. That would be my first choice to purchase otherwise.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Tasty suet

    By Nancy on May 26, 2021

    At 1st the birds didn't seem interested but the 2nd day they were chowing down like crazy.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Birds & Squirrels won't eat it

    By KCAV on Apr 5, 2021

    None of the birds and squirrels who visit our back yard will eat this. It's been hanging for over a week and barely been nibbled at.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Doug's mom really puts out.......the best treats

    By DougsMom on Apr 11, 2021

    "We love the berry and peanut suet especially in the cold spring mornings." signed the Red Wing Blackbirds of Lititz, PA

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Birds love it!

    By petrola on Jan 25, 2021

    All I can say is the birds in our backyard love this suet! One was eaten in a single day - so I think birds are coming from near and far... Also like that there are two flavors, berry and peanut.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    GREAT PRODUCT

    By Patty on Feb 16, 2021

    I love the packaging. Easy to remove. As everyone knows, this is a 'sticky' product. The birds love both of these flavors. Highly recommend.

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  • 4 out of 5 stars

    tried new kind food

    By birdgirl on Jan 19, 2021

    This was new bird food, it took our outdoor birds few days to go to it, they liked the other type I had used that had orange in it, and had gotten use to that. But now they enjoy both kinds.

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  • 1 out of 5 stars

    Estimated feeder, birds nor glutinous squirrels will eat it

    By DoraFlash on Nov 10, 2020

    An idle paw is a naughty paw, my kitten fosters love watching birds and I log them for our local site. The suet has not melted but also remains completely intact. None of the birds nor the squirrels will go near it. It has a strong aroma, I thought that would dissipate and the opossums who climb the rail at night would eat it. I tried leaving it as the only food source to encourage them to eat it. It has gone completely untouched.

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