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Bird Basics Bird Food
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Barbara K.
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Rating: 5

A good value

posted 6 years ago

This is what we use in the feeder. We get a big bag and it is only $12, alot cheaper than the other brands. There aren't many sunflower seeds in it, but they have the hulls on so it is a little messy. I actually don't mind the mess, and I buy sunflower seeds separately and put them in a different feeder. Lately, however, with the spring migrants, the sunflower seeds go last -- the birds go for the Bird Basic seed first, so I have been filling both feeders with this seed.

Pros: Inexpensive and the birds love it

Cons: A little messy

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Deb Y.
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Rating: 5

Good food

posted 6 years ago

this is a great bird seed that is good for all types. put it in the feeder and watch as many different kinds come to eat

Pros: keeps the birds coming back

Cons: not any

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