Signature Pet Care/Priority Wild Bird Food Premium Thistle Niger Seed - 4 Lb
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Niger Seed (Guizotia Abyssinica).
Bird Food, Wild, Nyjer Seed
Seed will not germinate. Best for goldfinches, pine siskins, buntings and redpolls. Quality guaranteed. 100% money back guarantee. Congratulations on choosing Signature Pet Care proven quality wild bird food product. Signature Pet Care Nyjer Seed is a premium seed for attracting many varieties of finches and songbirds. The high oil content supplies energy and attracts birds year round. The most likely birds to be attracted your feed are listed below: american goldfinch; house finch; song sparrow; black-capped chickadee; house sparrow; common redpoll; indigo bunting; tree sparrow; pine siskin; tufted titmouse; purple finch; white-throated sparrow; dark-eyed junco; red-breasted nuthatch and many more. Scan for more information. Product of India or Ethiopia.
Warning Contains: May Contain: peanuts, treenuts (walnuts, almonds, pistachios, pecans, hazelnuts, cashews, brazil nuts, hickory nuts), wheat, fish, soy.
Directions Feeding Instructions: Fill dry, clean feeders with fresh wild bird food. Clean and dry feeders often to allow free flowing product and to keep toxic mold from contaminating feed. Remember to offer a clean source of water. Not for human consumption. Wash hands after filling feeders. Recommended Feeding Directions: Tips For Successful Bird Feeding: 1. Provide a source of clean water for drinking and bathing. 2. Place feeding stations near shelter like trees, bushes, or birdhouses. 3. Plant fruit-bearing bushes or trees in your yard to attract more birds. 4. Clean and dry feeders often to keep birds healthy. 5. Hang different types of feeders to attract different types of birds. How To Choose a Feeder: Choose a feeder that will allow your seed to flow easily through any ports. While most birds will visit any type of feeder, some prefer one over another. Try a tube feeder for smaller perching birds like finches, siskins, and buntings. Use a hopper feeder is best for chickadees, sparrows an
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