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Seed Cylinder Subscriptions

Don't Risk Running Out

With our subscription, you'll receive regular deliveries of high-quality bird seed cylinders right to your doorstep. Enjoy the peace of mind knowing that your feathered friends will always have a plentiful supply of nutritious seeds to keep them coming back to your garden.

Save Money

Unlock even greater savings with an extra 5% off our already discounted case packs of seed cylinders. Enjoy double the savings and ensure your bird feeding needs are met without breaking the bank!

Flexible Options

You can easily adjust delivery frequency, pause or cancel anytime, and even mix and match different seed cylinder varieties to keep things exciting for your feathered visitors. You're in control of when and what arrives at your doorstep, ensuring your bird feeding routine fits seamlessly into your lifestyle.
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Frequently Asked Questions

Explore Common Queries About Our Seed Cylinder Products
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1. Where Are They Made?

All out seed cylinders are made in the USA from premium quality ingredients. 

2. Do These Cylinders Have a Hole?

Yes! All the cylinders we carry have a hole down the center that allows easy mounting on most cylinder holders and feeders.

3. How Do They Hold Up In The Rain?

Our cylinders are bound together with either animal or vegetable gelatin. They hold up well in light rain; however, they will fare much better with a cylinder feeder with a roof for heavy rain or snow.

4. Will Squirrels Eat My Cylinder?

Absolutely, if they can access the cylinder feeder! There are a few options to help keep squirrels from eating your seed cylinders. 

1. Use the seed cylinders that contain hot pepper. These have ingredients that are thoroughly coated with hot pepper. All but the most desperate squirrels won't eat them, since mammals have the receptors to feel the burn from the pepper. Birds lack these receptors and happily eat the hot pepper-saturated foods. Be sure to wash your hands after handling these cylinders and keep them away from children and pets. Not into using hot pepper? Try using an all-safflower cylinder instead. Squirrels tend to avoid the tough-shelled bitter seeds, as do soft-billed invasive European starlings, while cardinals, grosbeaks, chickadees, woodpeckers, and many other songbirds really enjoy it!

2. Use a barrier guard or squirrel defeater feeder. These are caged feeders that allow small songbirds through (eastern bluebirds and smaller) but keep the squirrels out. Erva barrier guard feeders have the additional benefit of keeping invasive European starlings at bay, as the wider feeder width keeps them from reaching the prize in the center!

3. Use pole systems with baffles mounted 4-4.5' above the ground surface to keep squirrels and raccoons off your feeders. It is good practice to place feeder poles 8-10' away from anything a squirrel could jump off from.