C & S C & S No Melt Suet Peanut Delight 11.75 Ounce P508213 http://cdnimages.opentip.com/full/BCW/BCW-427829.jpg C & S No Melt Suet Peanut Delight 11.75 Ounce 508213 0.73lbs 4.90 4.90 1.30
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C & S No Melt Suet - Peanut Delight - 11.75 Ounce

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Product Description

• Treats and delights are nutritionally balanced to provide wild birds with much needed energy.

• No melt suet product nutritionally balanced for year round wild bird feeding in all types of weather.

• For suet feeders to be hung in trees or on shepherd hooks.

• Create less waste, less mess, and are longer lasting.

• Place in suet feeder and hang from the trunk or branch of a tree.

• Can also be place in a nylon mesh bag.

Ingredients: Rendered Beef Suet, Corn Meal, And Roasted Peanuts Weight: 11.75 Oz.

Color/Size: PEANUT DELIGHT / 11.75 OUNCE

Dimension: 1.3 x 4.9 x 4.9

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Date Added: Monday 12 August, 2013
We live in S.E. Louisiana where it can get pretty hot during the summer. When we first started feeding our backyard birds we tried using the more conventional suet blocks, only to find a big puddle of goo on the ground the next day. We switched to these no melt blocks and have been using them ever since.We've recorded over 100 different species of birds in our backyard and these are clearly the favorite feeding station. Everything from woodpeckers to chickadees go after them. Even brown thrashers which are usually ground feeders enjoy them. We use them year round and they are usually completely consumed in 24 hours. Buying them in bulk this way is the only way to go.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Saturday 22 June, 2013
The suet dough is as promised; attracts a variety of birds and does NOT melt in the hot sun.Many of the wild birds seem to prefer this to the seed blend at the feeder (and it's a good blend). It's cheaper to buy it as the '12 pack' than to buy 12 individual cakes. I'm very pleased with this product.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Tuesday 26 March, 2013
I tried this first. The birds like this more than the other. Can't comment on no melt as it has been too cold to tell. The birds love the peanut suet.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Tuesday 05 June, 2012
This stuff is freaking fantastic hands down. I've tried some suet cakes from the local store and they're too fatty and they melt and make a mess on my feeder. So far I have two different kinds of woodpeckers and several other song birds are now regulars. Watch out for squirrels though. This stuff is great!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Tuesday 01 November, 2011
All you really need to know is this:If you want birds to come to your yard, buy this suet dough!Really.I'm not exaggerating.We've been feeding our local birds for the last year using various seed mixes and other suets and had a couple varieties of birds come through. We then switched our seed to black-oil sunflower seed only and the birds clearly were happy, and a couple new varieties visited our feeders. Then we tried this Peanut Delight suet and I have to say I am constantly amazed at how many more varieties of birds have found our feeders!!! Now we don't have just chestnut backed chickadees, California towhees, and scrub jays, but we also get pygmy nuthatches, dark-eyed juncos, golden crowned sparrows, vesper sparrows, woodpeckers, golden finches, housefinches, black phoebes (though I don't see them eat the suet), and who knows what else when we're not watching. As a testament to how much birds love this stuff, I have seen birds who feed only on the ground fly onto the suet holders while trying to get at the suet.Sometimes our suet feeder sits empty for a few days because I get sick of the squirrels eating it all. When I go out and refill the suet holders it always amazes me how fast the birds flock to it. It's like they're all just hanging out in the treetops waiting for it to be refilled! I fill it, walk back into the house, turn around, look out the window and there they are, flooding onto the feeders.Buy it. You won't regret it.
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
Date Added: Wednesday 18 May, 2011
I have overwintering Bluebirds and while I feed them mealworms, this is the only suet I've seen them eat and they seem to love it! It is so exciting to see 7 or 8 Bluebirds at my window feeder about mid January, almost makes our Ohio winters pleasant!!! I buy this size or the thinner suet cake and lay it in a small wire basket just inches from my window. I started out putting a dish on top of the bluebird house, then using a shepards hook, hung a wire basket with that same dish of mealworms and suet inside, closer & closer to my window over a weeks time. Believe it or not, I can call "Bluebirds! Bluebirds!" and the whole group of them flys down to the feeder with 60 seconds, amazing!!!
Rating: [5 of 5 Stars!]
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