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4 Pack Safflower Seed Cylinder 1.9 lbs

Original price $38.36 - Original price $38.36
Original price
$38.36
$38.36 - $38.36
Current price $38.36
Availability:
7 in stock, ready to be shipped

Includes four cylinders!

This safflower seed cylinder is the perfect way to feed your favorite bird species! Safflower tastes bitter to squirrels so they tend to leave it alone if there are other good things to eat in the area. Safflower tends not to attract squirrels, grackles, and European starlings. 

1.9 lb. Safflower Seed Cylinder

Hollow down the center for use in seed cylinder/seed log feeders.

Attracts: Cardinals, Doves, Grosbeaks, House Finches, Jays, Nuthatches 

Dimensions: 7.5" tall, 4"  in diameter.

GUARANTEED ANALYSIS

Crude Protein Not Less Than….15.0%
Crude Fat Not Less Than……….25.0%
Crude Fiber Not More Than……35.0%

INGREDIENTS

Safflower seed, Gelatin

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Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
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Mary Richard
Different

Feeding with seed cylinders is new to me. I love it! Easier to clean, no waste and birds feeding. I think the birds were a bit standoffish at first.

S
Susan Iverson

Another of the safflower falls off in transit.

C
Carol HortonHorton

Great …. No squirrels!

M
Mary Ann Bukowski
Cylinder packs

I love this product! It has attracted red finches, cardinals ,grossbeaks, and golden finches! I just reordered a 4 pack.

J
Joy Scott
Birds dislike

I have one fruit and berry and one safflower out. Fruit and berry is gone and safflower doesn’t look like it’s been touched!

Thanks for your feedback. Safflower tends to deter squirrels, grackles, other blackbirds, and European starlings, because of the tough outer shell and bitter taste. It's high fat and high protein and usually used to attract cardinals, grosbeaks, and deter the 'nuisance' species above. So if those species have access to your seed cylinders, we would expect the safflower one to last longer than the other varieties. If you feed both a sunflower based cylinder and safflower at the same time, the birds will work over the sunflower one first for sure. They should eat the safflower with time. If you aren't trying to deter certain species, I would recommend using mixed seed cylinders in the future. Hope this helps!

Customer Reviews

Based on 9 reviews
78%
(7)
11%
(1)
0%
(0)
0%
(0)
11%
(1)
M
Mary Richard
Different

Feeding with seed cylinders is new to me. I love it! Easier to clean, no waste and birds feeding. I think the birds were a bit standoffish at first.

S
Susan Iverson

Another of the safflower falls off in transit.

C
Carol HortonHorton

Great …. No squirrels!

M
Mary Ann Bukowski
Cylinder packs

I love this product! It has attracted red finches, cardinals ,grossbeaks, and golden finches! I just reordered a 4 pack.

J
Joy Scott
Birds dislike

I have one fruit and berry and one safflower out. Fruit and berry is gone and safflower doesn’t look like it’s been touched!

Thanks for your feedback. Safflower tends to deter squirrels, grackles, other blackbirds, and European starlings, because of the tough outer shell and bitter taste. It's high fat and high protein and usually used to attract cardinals, grosbeaks, and deter the 'nuisance' species above. So if those species have access to your seed cylinders, we would expect the safflower one to last longer than the other varieties. If you feed both a sunflower based cylinder and safflower at the same time, the birds will work over the sunflower one first for sure. They should eat the safflower with time. If you aren't trying to deter certain species, I would recommend using mixed seed cylinders in the future. Hope this helps!