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Safflower 5lb bag

Original price $11.49 - Original price $11.49
Original price
$11.49 - $11.49
Current price $11.49
Only 2 left!

This Product is oversized - extra shipping charges will apply.

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. 

Attracts: Cardinals, Jays, Chickadees, Nuthatches, Grosbeaks, Titmice, Doves, Finches (House, Purple), and Sparrows


Safflower Seeds 


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

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Christina May

Our family of Cardinals has returned loving these Safflower Seeds in a tray! The many Starlings are deterred by the hardness of the seeds. Balance has returned for our backyard birds! Thank you Nature Niche!

Sandra Berger
Squirrel free

Selected the safflower seed because my backyard critters (squirrels, chippies, raccoon) tend to leave it alone. Most of my backyard birds like the safflower seeds. .

Rachel Brown
Best feed for song birds

This worked great to deter the black birds, starlings, and crackles. Now only song bird joy.