Wagner's Finches Supreme Premium Wild Bird Food, 5-lb bagBy Wagner's
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About This Item
- This premium specialty blend gives these social birds a heaping helping of the foods they love to eat with tasty sunflower chips and Nyjer seeds
- Fill up your finch or sock feeder with the ideal mix for attracting the colorful beauty of small-beaked songbirds such as goldfinches, chickadees and pine siskins
- This mix is carefully selected to include only the smaller seeds that these birds love
- Blended to attract finches in all parts of the country
- Resealable heavy slider bag ensures freshness time and time again
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26 Customer Reviews
More mediocre than supreme
I'll stick with straight Nyjer seed for our wild finches from now on. This so-called "supreme" seed is more millet than Nyjer and the finches are well able to pick out the small seeds to be satisfied with the bags purchased for the larger birds. I would not buy this again.
None of my many birds liked this
I like Wagner's sunflower seeds but decided to try something new and bought this. Not a single bird of my large variety of birds would eat it. They just pecked at it and let it drop from my feeder. Maybe others had better luck.
great bird food
The birds around my home really love this bird food!! It has nice shelled sunflower, nyjer and other small seeds. It fits nicely into my feeders. Unfortunately, the finches have all but disappeared as the sparrows, quails and doves have taken over. I have one bad issue with Chewy, I have had a few bags of bird food that have broken and spilled all over the inside of the boxes and have had to clean up a big mess...although they replaced those bags. This has happened on at least 3 occasions. It does make me reluctant to buy again. But, I really like this food. So, I probably will.
Not as described
You cannot tell what's in the bag by looking at picture and they describe incorrectly by saying about two major seeds, non of junky seeds.
Birds here love this
In south Florida I get a few wintering finches and they love this food, but the main draw is buntings. Tons of painted buntings from October to mid April, and a few indigo pairs also. Only problem is all the birds, and squirrels, love it so you need a feeder that keeps the larger birds out.
the finches love this and surround my feeder every day.
I've never seen so many Finch at my feeder. They absolutely go crazy for this seed mix.
Finch in winter
Thought it would bring the finches in but they prefer nyger or thistle
Not what is advertised
The bag says "loaded with sunflower chips and nyjer seeds". Sunflower chips and nyjer seeds are the first ingredients listed. See photo for what was really in the bag. My goldfinches wouldn't eat it.
Birds wouldn't eat
I should have paid attention to the negative reviews. I put this out in 2 thistle feeders and the birds were interested at first and then completely lost interest after eating about 1/8 of the seed. I thought maybe they couldn't get the seeds out easily from the feeders so I put the seed into tray feeders. Again, the birds ate just a little and then left it to go stale.I noticed that all they were really interested in were the bits of sunflower seeds but didn't touch the rest of the seed including the nyger. I ended up throwing the seed onto the ground for the bugs and mice.