Supplemental feeding increases your backyard’s powers of attraction for the simple reason that nature usually can’t match the concentrated supply of food that you can provide in your feeder. Birds often remember where they had a superb meal, and will return to the same spot for more. Nunn-Better offers the finest ingredients in each of our bird food blends. Each specific blend is carefully mixed to offer a combination that attracts birds and provides important nutrients. Birds bring beauty, music and life to your yard and Nunn-Better is committed to helping you appreciate nature by offering a quality product for your bird feeders. Birds are a joy to watch as they flock around a feeder taking turns getting food. Every bird feeds in a slightly different manner and it can be great fun to watch all the different methods they use. Some will eat right at the feeder while others will pick up a piece of food and fly off to another perch to eat it. Some birds typically prefer ground feeders while others prefer hanging feeders. This usually reflects what they most commonly eat in the wild. Nunn-Better Fruit & Nut Blend is perfect for attracting a wide variety of birds to your feeders. If you want to attract specific species of birds or other wildlife, look for some of our other Nunn-Better products including Songbird Blend, Cardinal Blend, Wild Finch Blend, Waste-Free Blend, Squirrel Blend, Rabbit Pellets and many others.
Available in 3.5 pound bags.
Nunn-Better Fruit & Nut Blendcontains a mixture of ingredients that attracts many varieties of birds such as Bluebirds, Cardinals, Cedar Waxwings, Mockingbirds, and Woodpeckers that like fruits, nuts, and seeds. Platform feeders or hopper feeders with large feeding holes work best when using Nunn-Better Fruit and Nut Blend. Always make sure feeders are full and clean from debris and provide a fresh bird bath for your visiting birds.
Crude Protein, not less than 12.0%, Crude Fat, not less than 8.0%, Crude Fiber, not more than 16.0%.
Black Oil Sunflower Seed, Peanuts, Raisins, Sunflower Chips, Safflower Seed, Cranberries, Hulled Pumpkin Seeds, and Cherries.