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Wagner's Four Season 100% Black Oil Sunflower Seed Wild Bird Food, 20-lb bag

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Try out a bag of Wagner's Four Season 100% Black Oil Sunflower Seed Wild Bird Food and you'll have nearby fellow birders wondering where all the songbirds went. They'll have to come watch them in your yard, because these black oil sunflower seeds have a taste most wild birds love and a thin shell that makes it easy for them to consume. This gourmet seed is high in energy and can be used to fill tube, hopper or tray feeders to attract cardinals, finches, chickadees, nuthatches, woodpeckers and many more.

Key Benefits
  • 100% black oil sunflower seeds that birds love.
  • Attracts the widest variety of songbirds such as cardinals, chickadees, finches, nuthatches, woodpeckers, and many more.
  • Gourmet extra clean seeds have a thin shell, are easy to consume, and provide high energy content.
  • Can be used in tube, hopper or tray feeders.
  • Attracting your favorite birds since 1894 and made in the USA, because your backyard birds deserve the best.

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  • Item Number
    97115
  • Weight
    20.0 pounds
  • Bird Type

    Wild Bird

  • Food Form

    Birdseed

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Made in

    United States

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Black Oil Sunflower.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein 14.0% min
Crude Fat 24.0% min
Crude Fiber 35.0% max
Moisture 15.0% max
Feeding Instructions

To attract the greatest variety of birds, you should have at least 2 - 3 different types of feeders to accommodate different types of seeds, and varying feeding habits. Hopper Feeders and Tube Feeders (with large holes) are better for Sunflower Seed, Safflower Seed, Peanuts and Blended Seeds. Finch Tube Feeders (with small holes) are better for Nyer Seed and Finch Food. Platform Feeders will accommodate ground feeding birds (such as Cardinals, Juncos, Doves, Jays, and Sparrows) and other wildlife.

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Wagner's Wild Bird Food

Wagner's has a simple philosophy when it comes to feeding wild birds—feed them the seeds they like. And they make it easy for bird watchers to keep their feeders busy with a wide variety of premium, specialty, deluxe and value blends. Wagner's seed mixes are made with only the cleanest, freshest ingredients to fill your yard with the happy chirps of satisfied songbirds.

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Wagner's Always The First

Always The First

As an industry trailblazer, Wagner's has had many firsts. They were the first company over 80 years ago to sell a bird seed for year-round feeding. Before that, bird feeding was just a winter activity to give wild birds the energy they needed to survive the winter. They've also been the first to market black oil sunflower seed, regional blends, and deluxe and premium bird foods.

About Wagner's

As the oldest and largest privately owned wild bird food company in the USA, Wagner's has been helping bird enthusiasts attract wild birds to their backyards since 1894. With special blends of high-quality, fresh ingredients, their seed mixes have become time-tested favorites for all types of birds across America. They produce many different wild bird foods that are developed to give your feathered friends more of the seeds they love, making your feeders come alive with beautiful songbirds.

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186 Reviews 186 Reviews 4.6 out of 5 Stars

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92% of reviewersrecommend this product

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  • Something not sunflower

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    There was a good portion of some round seed in with the sunflower seed that looked like soy bean. Contacted company was told to send pics because they said soy bean is not in their factories so they could identify the seed. Sent pics never heard anything else completely overlooking the initial problem of the it not being 100% sunflower seed as advertised. Guesstimating I would say the mystery seed made up 15% of weight. Wont buy again

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  • Wildlife love it

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    Bought this for the birds and have since discovered how many gray squirrel babies we have in our neighborhood! The blackbirds and grackles love it but I found 5 squirrels dining this morning. They are all rather small so they may be from one litter. Our dog loves barking at them so I have quite a comedy going on in the morning, now. I keep hoping that our cardinals will come back soon.

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  • Happy birds

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    Picking up 20 lbs of bird sees from the shelf to the car to the house is hard for an older person, but I love the birds haanging about in my back yard. I use about 2 lbs a day, so having 80 lbs delivered was wonderful. Price about half of what I was paying.

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  • Sunflower Seeds delivered

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    Birds love the seeds. Really nice to have you them delivered to my door. The seeds do have more snipets of dried vegetation scattered throughout than what would be the highest quality, so 4 not 5.

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  • Birds and squirrels love this!

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    I was able to please both my birds and squirrels! Everyone is happy and I’m happier because I don’t have to drive to the pet store to pick it up then lug it home! Thanks Chewy

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  • Birds won’t eat

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    I recently hung a bird feeder and filled it with Lyric black oil sunflower seeds. I had cardinals, woodpeckers, chickadees, and other species feeding all day. I bought Wagner’s black oil sunflower seeds from Chewy and filled the feeder with it when I ran out, and within 5 days there are no birds at my feeder. As soon as I opened the bag I could see that there were other things in the Wagner’s bag in addition to the seeds and that the seeds were not as dark as the other brand. I am driving to the store to buy the Lyric as chewy doesn’t carry it.

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  • Happy Birds

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    I feed my squirrels this seed and they love it. I gave them their own feeder so the would stop raiding the bird feeder and throwing out everything but the sunflower seeds.

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  • FORGET MILLET "MIXES" **THIS** IS WHAT BIRDS WANT TO EAT !

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    I'm no songbird expert (yet) but after a relatively few years of observation, and basic research I realized practically ALL of the "millet" and other "filler" seed in the typical bird seed mix winds up UNEATEN (by birds... squirrels still go or it) and rotting either in the feeder or on the ground. Translation - total waste of money. As it turns out - 99% of the birds you'd want to attract to a feeder are going to favor Black Oil Sunflower seed over every other type of seed in a "mix" - the one possible exception is the Finch family, whose favorite is Thistle seeds (but they will also eat black oil sunflower seed). And... Wagner is the best combo of low cost AND cleanest/highest quality I'm no songbird expert (yet) but after a relatively few years of observation, and basic research I realized practically ALL of the "millet" and other "filler" seed in the typical bird seed mix winds up UNEATEN (by birds... squirrels still go or it) and rotting either in the feeder or on the ground. Translation - total waste of money. As it turns out - 99% of the birds you'd want to attract to a feeder are going to favor Black Oil Sunflower seed over every other type of seed in a "mix" - the one possible exception is the Finch family, whose favorite is Thistle seeds (but they will also eat black oil sunflower seed). And... Wagner is the best combo of low cost AND cleanest/highest quality bagged seed I've found. YMMV depending where you live - but for us, Wagner beats everything else including bulk from the local Farm/Garden store. We used to buy it at the big orange Box store but Chewy's price is a little lower, AND they bring it to me! Note that "clean" is not 'perfect' - you'll find a few twigs and etc. in the bag, but I bet it's not 1/100 of 1% of the weight. You're paying for and getting good seed from Wagner. But I also grow Mammoth sunflowers around my property and let them dry in-place for the birds.. those also have twigs LOL. Anyway - Black Oil Sunflower seed is what they want - so just buy this, maybe feed a little less than of the "cheap" mix and you'll come out even financially - it's Win-Win for both you and your birds. … more

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  • Clean Seed

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    This seed is clean and economical, approximately $.50 per lb.The cardinals love this seed; they empty the feeders once a day. My order was delivered free in one day!!!!

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  • Bird jury undecided but I have high hopes

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    This seed is clean, dry, of a consistent texture, and it smells good! Today I filled a feeder with it for the first time, and the birds are a little distrustful of the change. Their previous food was a mixture of seeds and fruit and was not nearly as high quality as these oil sunflower seeds. The mix often formed sticky clumps that blocked access to the rest, and was susceptible to mold in wet weather. This seed flows smoothly and fills the trays evenly. I will check back when the birds habe given their verdict. The difference in wuality is obvious, and since the birds dug through the previous mix, picking put the sunflower seeds and flinging out the undesirable ingredients, I have high This seed is clean, dry, of a consistent texture, and it smells good! Today I filled a feeder with it for the first time, and the birds are a little distrustful of the change. Their previous food was a mixture of seeds and fruit and was not nearly as high quality as these oil sunflower seeds. The mix often formed sticky clumps that blocked access to the rest, and was susceptible to mold in wet weather. This seed flows smoothly and fills the trays evenly. I will check back when the birds habe given their verdict. The difference in wuality is obvious, and since the birds dug through the previous mix, picking put the sunflower seeds and flinging out the undesirable ingredients, I have high hopes. … more

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