Companion Wild Bird Food Black Oil Sunflower Seeds

Companion Wild Bird Food Black Oil Sunflower Seeds

10 lb bag


Black Oil Sunflower Seeds.


Not for human consumption.Manufactured in a facility that processes shrimp, peanuts and other tree nuts.


Companion® Wild Bird Food Black Oil Sunflower Seeds. 100% Quality & trust guarantee. Highly nutritious oil-rich seeds. The seed most desired by blue jays and songbirds. Net Wt 10 Lb (4.54kg). Food preference chart: Thistle Seed: Common redpoll*, American goldfinch*, Pine siskin*, Purple finch**, Tufted titmouse**. Cracked Corn: Blue jay*, Brown creeper**, cowbird*, Evening grosbeak**, Slate-colored junco**, Mourning dove*, White-breasted nuthatch*, Purple finch**, Ring-necked pheasant**, Ruffed grouse**, House sparrow*, Song sparrow**, Tree-sparrow**, White-throated sparrow**, Tufted titmouse*, Downy woodpecker**, Hairy woodpecker**. Suet: Blue jay**, Brown creeper**, Catbird**, Chickadee**, American goldfinch**, Slate-colored junco**, Mockingbird*, White-breasted nuthatch**, Purple finch**, Tufted titmouse**, Downy woodpecker*, Hairy woodpecker*, Red-bellied woodpecker*. Sunflower Seed: Blue jay**, Cardinal*, Chickadee*, Cowbird**, American goldfinch*, Rose-breasted grosbeak*, Evening grosbeak*, Slate-colored junco**, Red-breasted nuthatch*, White-breasted nuthatch*, Pine siskin*, Purple finch*, Ring-necked pheasant**, Tufted titmouse*, Downy woodpecker**, Hairy woodpecker**, Red-bellied woodpecker*. Peanut Hearts: Blue jay**, Brown creeper**, Cardinal**, Catbird**, Chickadee**, Evening grosbeak**, Slate-colored junco**, Mockingbird**, Red-breasted nuthatch**, White-breasted nuthatch**, Purple finch**, Robin**, Starling*, Tufted titmouse**, Downy woodpecker**, Hairy woodpecker**. White Millet: Blue jay**, Common redpoll*, Cowbird**, American goldfinch**, Slate-colored junco**, Mourning dove**, Pine siskin**, Purple finch**, Ring-necked pheasant**, House sparrow**, Song sparrow*, Tree sparrow*, White-throated sparrow*. Chopped Fruits: Blue jay*, Catbird*, Mockingbird*, Tufted titmouse*. Peanut Butter: Catbird**, Chickadee**, White-breasted nuthatch**, Tufted titmouse**, Downy woodpecker**, Hairy woodpecker**. Safflower Seed: Blue jay**, Cardinal**, Evening grosbeak**, Mourning dove**, Purple finch**, Ring-necked pheasant**, Tufted titmouse**. *Strong preference. **Readily eaten. Feeding wild birds is fun for the whole family! Guaranteed Analysis: Crude protein (min.) - 16.0%. Crude fiber (max.) - 35.0%. Crude fat (min.) - 30.0%. Moisture (max.) - 15.0%. Quality guaranteed or your money back. The seed most desired by blue jays and songbirds. © 2017 Ahold Licensing Sarl.

Helpful hints for successful bird feeding: Year-round food: Feed the birds all year round. As in winter, springtime can be just as difficult for wild birds to find an adequate supply of seeds. Birds are attracted by a reliable source of food, so keep your feeders full and they'll return faithfully. Timing: Feed early in the morning, when birds are most active and in search of high energy food. Set up feeders in September or October to attract birds as they first establish their winter feeding territories. Water: Provide a constant source of water near your feeding area and the birds will flock to it. Keep it ice-free. Shelter: Place feeders near trees and shrubs because they provide a safe haven. A sunny, windless, southeastern exposure is the preferred feeding location. Variety of Feeders: The style of feeder will affect which types of birds are attracted to it. Cardinals prefer platform feeders, finches prefer tube feeders. Food makes the difference: Each bird species has its food preference, so providing it will attract them. Keep it clean: Clean seed feeders whenever they become wet and seed sticks to their corners. Regular cleaning of your feeders and watering areas benefit the long-term health of the birds. Store in a cool, dry place.

Country of Origin



Ahold USA, Inc.


Landover, MD 20785