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Black Stripe Sunflower Wild Bird Food

$5.99$39.99

Striped Sunflower Seed is larger than Black Oil Sunflower and has a thicker shell. Larger birds such as Cardinals, Jays, Woodpeckers and Grosbeaks have no problem breaking through the bigger shells and getting to the nutritious meat inside. Chickadees, Titmice and nuthatches are small birds that are also able to open Striped Sunflower shells.

Striped Sunflower Seeds are a nutritious seed that contains protein, carbohydrates, fat and have a high oil content.

Canola Bird Seed

$9.99$32.99

Canola (Rapeseed) for birds is an ideal snack. Feed this seed alone or create your own blend with several types of birdseed.

Cracked Corn Wild Bird Seed

$2.99$14.99

Cracked Corn is enjoyed by a variety of ground feeding birds such as Blue Jays, Cardinals, Doves, Juncos, Quail, Pheasants, Ducks and Grouse. Rabbits, Chipmunks and other playful wildlife will be attracted as well.

It can be fed on its own or mixed with other seed.

Many people feed cracked corn separately from their regular bird feeding area so that playful squirrels and other small animals have their own place to eat – diverting them from eating at your bird feeders.

Sprinkle some on the ground where it is easily accessible by both birds and animals.

Nyjer Thistle Wild Bird Food

$9.99$69.99

Nyjer Seed is the absolute favorite of Finches, such as the American Goldfinch, House Finch, Purple Finch, Pine Siskin and other small songbirds. This tiny delicacy is used in finch feeders which have smaller holes and tiny perches – perfect for the Finches but discouraging to larger birds. Nyjer Seed is the perfect choice for nurturing Finches with its high fat and protein content. Sometimes referred to as “black gold,” nyjer seed may seem more expensive than some premium blends, it actually lasts longer as it packs an incredible 150,000 seeds per pound and the seeds create no waste, no mess, no growth and more visits to your feeder. Fill your Finch feeder with Nyjer Seed and enjoy the antics of these beautiful and sociable birds in your backyard.

Oat Groats Bird Seed

$9.99$29.99

Oat Groats are the hulled kernels of oats and are minimally processed to retain their natural nutrients. They are very tasty as they are high in fat content. Virtually dust-free to help prevent respiratory problems. Oat Groats can be fed up to 20% of your birds daily diet.

OK Feed House Blend Wild Bird Seed

$18.99

OK Feed’s Exclusive house blend is corn free and contains a variety of seed that usually attracts an array of wild birds! White millet and black oil sunflower are great for attracting finches, songbirds and cardinals!

Peanuts Raw IN Shell Wild Bird Food

$6.99$64.99

Whole peanuts in their shell. Enjoyed by jays, woodpeckers, cardinals, titmice, nuthatches, chickadees, wrens, doves and many others. Birds crack shells open and eat, or carry the whole nut away to store in the nest for later. Easy to use in a range of feeders. Allergy info: Contains peanuts. May also contain tree nuts, wheat, fish, soy.

Peanuts with NO Shell Raw Split Wild Bird Food

$5.99$59.99

Shelled Peanuts are rich in oils and fats that provide the energy wild birds need. They’re also high in calories and protein to promote growth and good health. No shells means no waste! They’re 100% edible, so your feeding area will be free of shell litter! Add a peanut feeder to your backyard and watch cardinals, nuthatches, jays, titmice, and woodpeckers go nuts!

Shelled Peanuts can be offered in mesh feeders, platform feeders, and other specialty feeders. They can also be mixed into your normal wild bird food for a very special meal!

• Rich in Fats, Oils & Protein
• Woodpeckers, Cardinals, Jays and Nuthatches Simply Love Them!
• 100% Edible with No Fillers!

Safflower Bird Seed

$7.99$36.99

Safflower Seed – Cardinals love it, squirrels don’t. Safflower Seed is a great way to attract the birds you want – Cardinals, Chickadees, Titmice, Grosbeaks – and discourage the “feeder hogs”, like Grackles and Starlings, that keep them away. And best of all, squirrels don’t like the bitter taste so they will stay away as well.