Wagner's 62034 Greatest Variety Blend, 6-Pound Bag
- Our best mix to attract the greatest variety of colorful
- A gourmet blend with 11 different ingredients including 40%
- Can be fed in a tube, hopper, or platform feeders
- Convenient velcro press-lok
- Made in the USA
Wagner's Greatest Variety is our ultimate food for the greatest variety of birds. Just like people, different birds have different food preferences which is why we have included the greatest variety of bird food ingredients in this product. With these 11 carefully selected bird food ingredients, we guarantee that Wagner’s Greatest Variety will attract all your favorite songbirds to your feeder. The black oil sunflower, striped sunflower and sunflower chips, which together represent over 40% of the blend are the top food choice for the greatest number of wild bird species. By offering sunflower seeds in different sizes, both hulled and unhulled, birds of various sizes can find their favorite food. White millet, red millet, cracked corn, and red milo will attract a variety of ground feeders such as Tree Sparrows, Song Sparrows, House Sparrows, Dark-eyed Juncos, and Mourning Doves to your
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- Warranty: Satisfaction Guaranteed. At Wagner's we use only the highest quality of bird food products available. If you are not completely satisfied with our product, Wagner's will gladly refund your full purchase price. Simply send the proof of purchase along with your cash register receipt to the address below.
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