|Top Ingredients||Black Oil Sunflower, Safflower Seed, Striped Sunflower.||Oil Sunflower, Safflower Seed, Artificial Cherry Flavor.||Black Oil Sunflower Seed, Safflower Seed||White Millet, Black Oil Sunflower Seed, Safflower Seed...||White Millet, Milo, Cracked Corn, Black Oil Sunflower.|
|Bird Type||Wild Bird, Cardinal||Wild Bird, Cardinal, Chickadee, Grosbeak, Nuthatch||Finch, Wild Bird, Cardinal, Chickadee, Dove, Grosbeak, Titmouse||Finch, Wild Bird, Cardinal...||Wild Bird|
|Food Form||Seed & Grain Blend||Birdseed||Birdseed||Seed & Grain Blend||Seed & Grain Blend|
Great "stuff". Birds love it, including an occasional woodpecker!!
Our Cardinals seem to love your mix! I refill feeder every five days.
This seems to be their number one favorite. I bought a few other brands but this one seems to be the magical recipe. As soon as I put it in the bird feeder my cardinal family comes right at the buffet
The reviews were favorable so I wanted to try. I filled my platform feeder the Cardinals visit with a small amount to see if the Cardinals went for this blend. No noticable difference.
This blend is clean with no debris and excellent proportions of sunflower and safflower seeds. No undesirable filler seeds.. I have a number of feeders and lots of birds in many varieties. They all like this mix. I am completely satisfied and will buy again.
Love this birdseed! As per usual, Chewy delivers promptly.
IVE BEEN FEEDING MY NEIGHBORHOOD BIRDS THIS BLEND FOR THE LAST 4 YEARS. IT KEEPS THEM HEALTHY. BUNNIES AND SOFT BEAKED BIRDS LOVE THE LOOSE BIRD SEED.
Birds love it, chickadees and tufted titmouse's, devour all of the feed in two squirrel buster feeders, in one day. ( we found the same result with plain sunflower seeds)The Cardinals, which we have in our wooded area, do not visit. Are they spooked by all the small bird frenzy? Any recommendations? We purchased the Wagoner feed hoping to get the Cardinals to return again, so far no luck
Birds in the backyard love it! (Except for the one with the blue tuft...he's weird.)
Are use this Anna window feeder, and have titmouse, chickadees, finches, and even a cardinal regularly stopping for a bite. It’s fun to watch them open the seeds.