Our Premium Oil Sunflower is a great source of energy for the birds and 99% free of sticks, stems or other foreign matter so your feeders won’t clog with debris. Oil sunflower has a high calorie/ounce ratio due to its high fat and protein content and its relatively thin shell. Among seed ingredients, oil sunflower attracts the greatest variety of small and large seed-eating birds.
If you are looking to be more exclusive with your bird feeding, Safflower may be the solution for you. Many of your favorite birds will enjoy safflower, yet blackbirds, grackles and squirrels typically don’t.
Peanuts in the Shell are a high-protein, high-fat food enjoyed by birds such as chickadees, titmice, woodpeckers, nuthatches and jays. They’re also a fun way to feed other backyard visitors including squirrels.
Sunflower Chips have a high oil content and provide birds with an extra kick of energy. They’re an ideal seed to offer in feeders near patios, sidewalks or balconies. They’re also a good value, because you’re not paying for the shells that are not consumed.
Birds such as juncos, doves, towhees, sparrows and quail are all birds that naturally forage on the ground for food. These same birds love Millet when offered in a tray feeder near the ground. It’s a small, round seed that can be offered alone or as part of a seed blend.
Nyjer® is a high oil content seed, making it an excellent energy source for active birds such as goldfinches, house finches, purple finches and pine siskins. It is important to keep the food fresh for these picky little eaters. Nyjer has a thin shell and is vulnerable to spoilage while in the tube. Once seed starts to dry out and become stale, finches will turn up their beak for fresher forage.
Shelled Peanuts are a high-energy food enjoyed by a wide variety of birds including woodpeckers, titmice, nuthatches, chickadees, jays and more. They’re 100% edible and are high in both protein and fat. Birds will often grab a peanut from a feeder and then carry it off to cache for a later meal.