Hot Pepper Suet Dough - 13.5 oz.
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Wild Bird Suet Cakes
C AND S PRODUCTS
Spicen up your backyard bird's diet by giving them a Hot Pepper Suet Dough treat. Made by C and S, this no-melt treat is ideal for year round wild bird feeding. Specially formulated to provide wild birds with much needed energy and creates less waste and mess then other suet cakes. Contains red chili pepper, which bird love! Place in any type of suet feeder or nylon mesh bag and hang. This treat will become soft and pliable at 100 Degrees. To return to normal, store at room temperature.
Ingredients: Base of corn meal, rendered beef suet, roasted peanuts, red chili pepper, oats & corn mixed into a soft dough texture pressed into cake form. Weight: 13.5 oz.
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Hot Pepper Suet Dough - 13.5 oz. Additional information:
Only no melt suet product for year round wild bird feeding.Material Composition or Ingredients (if applicable):
Base Of Corn Meal, Rendered Beef Suet, Roasted Peanuts, Red Chili Pepper, Oats & Corn Mixed Into A Soft Dough Texture Pressed Into Cake Form.Color (if applicable):
HOT PEPPER / Size (if applicable):
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Comments, Reviews and Ratings
See previous commentsLinda Zakszeski, Tue Aug 02, 2011
The birds love it, squirrels hate it, it makes no mess
and withstands Florida heat although it doesn't
last long in the feeder. It entices many different
species of birds and it's wonderful to watch them
all take turns eating.Linda Zakszeski, Tue Aug 02, 2011