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Wagner's Greatest Variety Wild Bird Food

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Wagner's Greatest Variety Premium Wild Bird Food brings the broadest variety of songbirds with a premium blend that's packed with the foods they love. Carefully selected ingredients make up this gourmet food that's filled with 40% black oil sunflower seeds, striped sunflower seeds and sunflower chips, the top choices for most wild bird species. Every visitor to your feeder will find something they like with both hulled and unshelled seeds in all sizes and shapes.

Key Benefits
  • This mix brings the broadest variety of songbirds with a premium blend that's packed with the foods they love
  • Carefully selected ingredients make up this gourmet food that's filled with 40% black oil sunflower seeds, striped sunflower seeds and sunflower chips, the top choices for most wild bird species
  • Every visitor to your feeder will find something they like with both hulled and unshelled seeds in all sizes and shapes
  • Appeals to ground feeders and perching songbirds
  • Suited for tube, hopper or platform feeders for variety and ease

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  • Item Number
    97124
  • Bird Type

    Wild Bird

  • Food Form

    Birdseed, Cracked Corn, Nuts

  • Lifestage

    Adult

  • Made in

    United States

Nutritional Info
Ingredients

Black Oil Sunflower Seed, White Millet, Striped Sunflower, Safflower, Milo, Cracked Corn, Sunflower Kernels, Peanut Kernels, Red Millet, Canary Seed, Nyjer Seed.

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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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36 Reviews 36 Reviews 4.5 out of 5 Stars

94% Recommend

94% of reviewersrecommend this product

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  • Didn't work for us.

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    I was hoping for varieties of birds that would be pleasing to watch and feed. What we got was a few cardinals that came sporadically, some sparrows, doves, pigeons and starlings. The starlings were bullying all my smaller birds and were taking over the feeders. This was all beside the fact that even the sparrows were shoveling out seed all over the ground. It was like they kept looking for something they wanted to eat. I tried to see what they were eating so I could look for a blend more suited for us, but it was hard to tell. There were sunflower seeds, corn and milo all over the ground to clean up each day. A huge waste of money for us. We changed to a songbird blend and the difference is I was hoping for varieties of birds that would be pleasing to watch and feed. What we got was a few cardinals that came sporadically, some sparrows, doves, pigeons and starlings. The starlings were bullying all my smaller birds and were taking over the feeders. This was all beside the fact that even the sparrows were shoveling out seed all over the ground. It was like they kept looking for something they wanted to eat. I tried to see what they were eating so I could look for a blend more suited for us, but it was hard to tell. There were sunflower seeds, corn and milo all over the ground to clean up each day. A huge waste of money for us. We changed to a songbird blend and the difference is like night and day! Very happy with it, not so much this greatest variety blend. Not sure what to do with the one bag of that we have left. Maybe I'll donate it to someone who can have better results than we did. For us it had way too much filler seed such as the corn and milo that none of them seemed to want. Anyway, we are doing much better with the new blend, but can not recommend this particular one. … more

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  • Birds love it.

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    I bought 2 different variety seeds as an experiment. This was the cheaper of the 2 and the birds prefer this seed mix. I have seen virtually every seed-eating species that lives on the eastern shore of Maryland at the feeders. Cardinals, blue jays, woodpeckers, red winged blackbirds, juncos, goldfinches, house finches, chipping sparrows, grackels, titmice (titmouses?), and more. Have to fill 2 feeders every day.

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  • affordability

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    The birds love the food. You get a lot for the price. Plus it gets delivered to your door. How can you go wrong.

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  • Birds sing for it!

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    I enjoy watching the birds in my yard. They just love this Wild Bird Food, and it does feed a wide variety of birds that visit my feeders. I live in a pine tree forest, and the trees are full of different kinds of birds, from Cardinals, Blue Jays, to Woodpeckers, and more. They all enjoy it! Then the trees come alive with singing. That's the best part!

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  • Seems okay

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    Not a bird, but they seem to like it! Will see how the summer progresses and hopefully it will not attract other animals

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  • Top Quality

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    Our feathered friends LOVE this birdseed. We fill our large feeder daily with this birdseed. When the feeder is empty, we hear lots of noise letting us know it’s time to fill the feeder. This is truly the best birdseed we have ever purchased. This birdseed attracts a variety of birds and zero squirrels.

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  • They’re obsessed

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    My birds and squirrels go nuts over this blend. I get beautiful cardinals, blue jays, woodpeckers and tons of other birds I wish I had the knowledge to identify. The squirrels, of course, are possessed over the black oil sunflower seeds. They make a mess of my bird feeder... still trying to find a way around that... but the feed is definitely a hit with everyone!

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  • Birds love it

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    The wild birds ate this right up and are clearly more interested in this than other bird seed

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  • My backyard birds approve!

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    I live in NW Pennsylavania. The wild birds that live around here love this birdseed. I fill their feeder every morning and by dusk it is totally cleaned out. They especially love it after their babies hatch. Then it goes twice as fast.

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  • A bit too much filler

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    I guess I've spoiled my feathered friends with unshelled sunflower seeds as they don't seem to think much of this mix. They've tossed quite a bit of it on the ground. If the doves don't eat it, I hope it doesn't germinate!

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