St. Albans Bay Suet Plus Woodpecker Blend Suet Wild Bird Food, case of 12

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Feed the peckish birdies on your block a treat that will keep them coming back for more: St. Albans Bay’s Suet Plus Woodpecker Blend suet cakes that are made with carefully selected, energy-rich ingredients. The melt-resistant recipe helps these snacks keep their shape, even in the heat of summer. Filling your suet feeder is a finch with easy-open packaging and no greasy handling mess. St. Albans Bay thoughtfully designed the packaging with the environment in mind, so it’s recyclable and uses 80% less packaging by weight than a standard suet tray. And be sure to keep your bird identification book handy! These cakes beak the interest of a wide variety of your tree-clinging and perching feathered friends.

Key Benefits
  • Includes 12 delicious suet cakes for your feathered neighbors—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.

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
  • Weight
    8.7 pounds
  • Feeder Type
    Suet Cake Holder
  • Farm Animal Type
  • Bird Type
    Wild Bird, Woodpecker, Jay, Junco, Sparrow, Titmouse, Nuthatch, Siskin, Cardinal, Chickadee
  • Food Form
Nutritional Info

Rendered Beef Suet, Cracked Corn, Millet, Pecans, Processed Grain By-Products.

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.

Rating: 3.7 of 5 stars 4 Reviews 4 Reviews 3.8 out of 5 Stars

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  • 3 out of 5 stars

    The birds Love this Suet!

    By Elizabeth on Jun 11, 2021

    All the birds, woodpeckers and squirrels,love this Suet but, the last 2x I ordered this I didn't get the Free Suet Feeder that was supposed to come with it. I Love the quick delivery service and the prices on bird seed and suet is more affordable than the big box stores.

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    Birds are Smitten with It!

    By JoBeth on Jul 2, 2021

    I have a constant procession of birds doing to eat this suet blocks. They are eating one block a day!!

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  • 5 out of 5 stars

    New birds came to my yard!

    By Deeann on Jun 2, 2020

    I bought the variety pack of St Albans Bay suet blocks and this variety brought new birds to my yard! Before I had a different one out and mostly catbirds and starlings came around. Today I got my first Carolina wren and a bunch of Carolina chickadees!

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  • 2 out of 5 stars

    Doesn’t Attract Birds - Not Enough Seeds

    By CynthiaH on Mar 1, 2020

    The birds didn’t like this brand of suet. I think it’s because it’s almost all fat and has few visible seeds.

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