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Addictive for WoodpeckersMy Downy, Hairy, and Red-Bellied Woodpeckers love this mix. I rotate both Suet and Lyric Fruit & Nut for the Woodpeckers in my life :). They go at this mix with a vengeance, working their way up and down on the feeder to pick out their favorite parts, and this mix has many choices to include raisins.Pros: This is a very high grade of food for woodpeckers and some other birds such as Chickadees, and House Wrens - the birds that can cling can eat.Be advised Starlings love it too, you may need to use a cage as I have.The first introduction of this mix may take a few days, but once they taste it - you have customers every day. - Highly Recommended,.5Maggots in the birdseed bag Gah!!Let me start by saying, this product has been a wonderful product, we've ordered it several times. BUT, this specific review is about a recent delivery and it landed on our front porch later than we were told it would and full of maggots. We had to put it all in the recycling bin and the ravens and squirrels aren't one bit happy about it and neither are we.1This seed fills the billBirds love it! Very little waste means no cleanup. I wanted to try this instead of my usual seed I get that is so expensive. I will be buying more this fall. Hint: Not good to use this in the summer or hot days as it draws hornets and other bugs that bother the birds. Must be the fruit. We don't have to worry about this in Maine until we have our 2 weeks of summer in July. :) In fact, we had snow today, 4/26. I put some out and the birds were hungry. This seed fill the bill, excuse the pun.5Birds love it, so do other critters, butOriginal Review: The birds like it, so do the squirrels, possums and raccoons. It has some small black oil sunflower seed, but unlike most seed and nut blends, it's the minority. It is a very good blend w/some seeds, some fruit, and lots of nuts. Although many of the nuts are whole, my birds have no problem, they just take it and peck the nut into pieces. If you were worried, you can easily break the nuts up with your fingers or a hammer. It does have corn, but the corn is kind of smashed into little wafers. All the birds love this seed mix. I would have given it a higher rating, but the cost is high and worse when I got near the bottom of the bag the seed was all stuck together in mold, so I had to throw a lot out. The manufacturer has contacted me to issue a refund, and if that pans out I will revise my review. Unfortunately the price has gone up $5 in 5 months, but with the amount of nuts and the blend itself it is still cheaper than other brands I've looked at, because the others are mostly sunflower seed. UPDATE: Manufacturer made good on guarantee and issued a refund. I have purchased an additional bag, and though it was higher in cost, as stated previously, you get more for the money than other brands, and lots more nuts. UPDATE 11/2018: I have used this product for years and have been seeing a change in the formula, and it's not for the good. Originally their product only had shelled sunflower seed, the fruit and the nuts, and some corn. On their website that's what they list as ingredients. However, I started notice more and more black oil sunflower seed in shells, AND a lot more of the pressed corn. They claim no waste and no fillers, but there is definitely waste from the shell on sunflower seed, which leaves a mess, and corn is definitely a filler. The birds do not eat the corn. They have changed their formulation from their website, as well as the Amazon site. The new package lists: shelled peanuts, CORN, sunflower kernels, BLACK OIL SUNFLOWER, almonds, pecans, pistachios, cashews, shelled pumpkin seeds, dried cherries, dried cranberries, and raisins. So the 2nd ingredient is corn and the 4th is black oil seed in shell. Of course they didn't lower the price even though they lowered the quality. With unshelled seeds and corn, it makes a mess on the deck, so I can no longer use it there. I am beginning my search for another mix. Disappointing.3BIRD DINING FAVORITE in New Jersey
I have a large three tubed feeder which we fill with three different feeds. It's easy to see which ones are the favorites. We have tried many different mixes over the years, but the Lyric Fruit and Nut and the Lyric Green Wood Pecker are the clear favorites.I know it's very expensive compared to the others but you can see the quality ingreedients in it. My feeder is close to my window and when I would watch the birds eat the cheaper food, they would throw most of it on the ground and pick out what they wanted, so what's the savings? I first bought this food at my local hardware store but they were frequently out of it, so I looked on Amazon. The price is the same and it's delivered to my door.I also want to mention that I always fill the third tube with black oil sunflower seeds. It dosen't go as fast as the Lyric mixes, but, it's cheap, all the birds seem to like it, and there's no waste. (except for the shells).
5NOT AS DESCRIBEDDescription says shell-free, sunflower chips..... However, there are whole sunflower seed in the SHELL!! The large whole kernels of crimped corn attract larger birds and squirrels, small birds - NO. Yes there are almonds, but they are not pieces, but whole large kernels. Again not for small birds as advertised. They picture advertised does not show the black sunflower seed nor the huge kernels of corn and almonds. Mine does! Probably why this item was a good price, it s misrepresented...1Moldy and too big for my feedersI have three birdfeeders and have tons of activity at each. I bought this for my feeder that's designed for peanuts, safflower, and other shelled nuts (it is for woodpeckers, nuthatches, etc)--exactly as this food advertises. After I ran out of my last food, I refilled with this. Immediately, bird activity declined and within a few days, I had mold turn half the food into a disgusting brick. In a feeder that didn't have mold from the feeder, I noticed the birds rummaged and then left without taking anything (and then didn't return). The pieces are too big for the birds and would gum up the feeders if they didn't get moldy first! I've since switched to another brand and bird activity is back up once again.Between the mold, too big pieces, and lack of interest among the birds, this food was a huge disappointment. Do not purchase.120lb bag best qualityPurchased two 20lb bags and two 5lb bags all within a matter of weeks due repetitive nor easters. The small bags contain more broken nuts then 20lb bags. Cannot explain if smaller bags contain broken pieces due to processing or crushing under warehouse stocking weight. This winter brought large quantity of birds to feeders. Think of the scene from Birds at the height of full blown blizzards. Shoveling area for my dogs every hour and tossing seeds and nuts. Dozens of birds I have never seen before. The smaller birds know and trust my filling feeders, they have a distinctitive chirp or song. There are a few chickadees I can almost touch while filling feeders because they perch and sing within three feet. Bigger birds, blue jays, orioles, cowbirds, and starlings scream from surrounding trees until I leave. I toss and fill feeders enabling squirrels feeding space with all varieties of birds. Whiteout to humans, but feeding frenzy for wildlife. High protein nuts was first choice for all birds and use mixed seeds expanding feeding areas. Four photos, two from 20lb & two from 5lb broken bits.Robins, juncos, titmouse, and finches went for small seeds and nut bits tossed under our table. Our home is near wildlife sanctuaries and this winter a silver fox walked to our yard. 20lb bag has value if you care about quality. I only feed birds late fall through early spring.5I used it anyways as the moth larvae are also good bird foodWhile I am rating this seed as a 5-star, you do have the one pitfall that is an issue with all seed. Meal Moths. I had one bag of probably about 10 I've purchased from Amazon with them. I used it anyways as the moth larvae are also good bird food. The most recent bag was free of these larvae, but the one I bought in September was infested. I store in a shed, and go thru seed pretty quickly, so I wasn't to worried about it. This is the best seed I've found. It is pricey, but it lasts awhile. The birds love it. You will get a much greater variety with this seed. I run one feeder with this seed and 4 with straight sunflower plus two suet. I refill this seed about once a week and the sunflower every two days. This seed lasts so much longer because it almost no waste. If you want a large variety of birds I recommend a feeder with this seed, one with straight sunflower, and a suet feeder. If you only have one feeder, this is the seed to use hands down.5Ideal for Squirrels - Jays & Woodpeckers Also Love ItI bought this Lyric Fruit & Nut product not for birds, but for the squirrelsthat live in the huge oak trees in our backyard. Most of these type ofproducts consist of primarily tiny seeds for birds, but squirrels prefer largersize pieces, such as the bug chunks of dried fruit and nuts that make upthe majority of this one. I was surprised at how many whole almonds and cashews arepresent in this blend. This looks more similar to a "trail mix" that humanswould eat, than to a bag of "bird seed".I know I am in a small minority of people who, instead of trying to attract andfeed birds while keeping the squirrels from stealing the food... are actuallytrying to feed the squirrels and keep the birds from stealing all the food.That being said, the Blue Jays and Wood Peckers also love this stuff.It's fun to watch the squirrels compete with the birds when I put thisfruit & nut & seed mix out in the little squirrel feeder. At first the squirrelsare defensive and chase the birds away, but the Blue Jays are so persistentthat eventually the squirrels just accept them as dinner guests, and we willoften see a squirrel and a Blue Jay standing within two feet of each other,begrudgingly tolerating each other, as they dig into this delicious mix together.A few days ago, I finally got one of our squirrels to take a piece of foodright out of my hand. I don't think the birds are going to do that any time soon.5Excellent quality productExcellent quality product. Lots of whole, fresh looking nuts, and no fillers. My husband thought it was for us because it looked so good and lamented the fact that it was for the birds. Which throws the popular phrase "for the birds" on its end! This is my second bag and the first went rather quickly. The birds, squirrels, and even our uphill gopher came out for the feast. I will definitely buy it again.5
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Lyric 2647413 Fruit & Nut High Energy Wild Bird Food, 5 lb