Peanut Butter Suet Cake
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Peanut Butter Suet Cake

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Rating: 4.9

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(4.9 out of 5, based on 30 reviews)

Chopped peanuts and peanut butter make up this suet cake.
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Stevecat511
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Rating: 5

What a way to keep them strong!

posted 4 years ago

I have several varieties of birdies in our back yard, all year round. This is defintely a huge hit!

I tend to use this suet more in the winter because of the peanut butter and the higher energy level because of it. With this and high energy suet available all winter long, our backyard birdies stand a better chance at surviving the long hard winters and frigid temps we have in the northeast!

Pros: peanut butter, high protein

Cons: none

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gina h.
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Rating: 5

Great Suet!

posted 5 years ago

This a very good suet for Woodpeckers! They love it and that makes me happy!

Pros: It keeps woodpeckers at my feeder

Cons: none

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