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Suet is an essential ingredient to the health of your birds. A natural source of high energy and fat reserves, it will keep your birds in top health. Consisting of melted fat, a variety of seeds, nuts and fruit which are then poured into the mix and allowed to harden. Treats will become soft and pliable at 100 degrees if exposed to extreme heat either during shipping or storage, however they will return to normal hardness again at room temperature, and remain fresh all year. Although Suet needs are greatest in the Winter, it is recommended that you offer Suet along with your other feeds all year. 12 pack of 11.75 oz High energy suet. Contains beef suet, sunflower seeds, millet & corn. Just unwrap and place in your suet feeders.

Coveside Window Suet Feeder
Woodpeckers, nuthatches and chickadees will come right up to the window to peck at the suet in this feeder. Installs simply on any window with two oversized suction cups. Pull the pin and turn the roof to the side to slide another suet cake to keep your visitors happy.
(7"h x 7"w x 3"d)

Coveside Woodpecker Suet Feeder
This feeder is designed to appeal to woodpeckers and flickers that are particularly attracted to suet in winter. The "paddle" below the suet cage provides a support for these birds to balance with their tails. Also loved by chickadees and nuthatches.  (12"h x 8"w x 4"d)

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