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America’s Favorite Straight Ingredients

Our line of straight ingredients is created for the customer who wants complete control of product selections. The Sunflower and Thistle (Nyjer) seed can be used alone, add to make a custom mix, or to extend an existing mix. The Corn, Safflower, and Peanuts are used to extend mixes or added to design a custom mix. This flexibility in product choice will further the enjoyment of feeding birds.

Downloadable chart :
Wild Bird Food Preference Chart

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Nature's Select Thistle (Nyjer) Packaging

Nature’s Select Thistle (Nyjer)

This “Gold Finch Magnet” is a tiny black seed that is imported to North America. This seed is heat sterilized to prevent unwanted germination under your feeder. Due its tiny size, Nyjer must be offered in special tube feeders with small seed portals to prevent spillage.

Attracts: Goldfinches, Siskins, Redpolls and other small songbirds

Nature's Select Peanuts Packaging

Nature’s Select Peanuts

The peanuts are a high-protein, oil-rich source for birds. Peanuts are generally used in birdseed mixes but may be offered by themselves. Squirrels also love peanuts, so if you are not fond of these furry friends, feed in a location they cannot access.

Attracts: Woodpeckers, Chickadees, Nuthatches and Titmice

Nature's Select Safflower Packaging

Nature’s Select Safflower

This is a white oval seed that is about half the size of Black Oil Sunflower. Safflower is rich in oil content to provide ample energy for your feathered friends. Generally, the biggest advantage of safflower is that it is generally not eaten by less desired bird species such as Grackles or by squirrels.

Attracts: Cardinals, Chickadees, Nuthatches, and more

Nature's Select Sunflower Packaging

Nature’s Select Sunflower

Hands-down, this is the favorite choice of most seed eating birds. Due to its high oil content, birds will receive the boost of energy they need. The thin shell is easy for birds to open, making it appealing to more than 40 bird species.

Attracts: Cardinals, Chickadees, Titmice, Nuthatches, Grosbeaks and more

Nature's Select Corn Packaging

Nature’s Select Corn

A staple in many birdseed mixes due to its inexpensive price. Corn is best offered in seed mixes in tube, hopper or tray feeders. Offered alone, corn is best in tray feeders placed on the ground.

Attracts: ground feeding birds as well as well as others