Striped Sunflower Seed
- 50# bag, 25# bag or by the lb.
- Striped sunflower seed, sometimes called "stripers", are larger than black oil sunflower and have a thicker shell.
- Their larger size and thicker shell make them harder to eat for small birds, but larger birds like cardinals, bluejays, woodpeckers and grosbeaks have no problem breaking through to the delectable nutmeat inside.
- Striped sunflower seeds are a wonderful way to distract larger birds-like grackles- away from bird feeders so that smaller birds have a better chance of eating with less competition, especially when they are offered on an open platform feeder.
- As an added bonus, they make an inexpensive treat to offer squirrels so that you can attract them away from feeders as well.
- Analysis: 25% Protein 36% Fat 17% Fiber
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