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Ultimate 6 lbs. Waste Free Nut and Fruit Bird Seed Blend

  • 100% edible fruits, grains, and nuts, which means less mess
  • Includes sunflower chips, peanuts, cracked corn, and millet
  • Great for patios and decks
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Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut & Fruit Blend bird food is specially formulated to attract different types of birds to your backyard feeder. This blend is ideal for porches and patios because there are no shells or hulls for birds to discard.

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend Ingredients

Ingredients

Sunflower Chips, Peanuts, Cracked Corn, Dried Cranberries, Raisins, Mixed Feed Nuts, Canary Grass Seed, White Proso Millet, and Bird-Kote. Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut & Fruit Blend is enriched with Bird-Kote ingredients- vitamins, minerals and nutrients for a balanced diet and the best in bird health.

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend Compatible Feeders

Compatible Feeders

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut & Fruit Blend is compatible with hopper, gazebo, tube, and platform feeders.

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend Feeding Tips

Feeding Tips

Hang your feeder approximately five feet above ground and within 10 to 15 feet of natural cover. A nearby birdbath with clean water for birds to bathe in and drink will attract a wider variety of birds than your feeder alone.

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend Feeder Cleaning

Feeder Cleaning Frequency

Clean your seed feeder about once every two weeks. Clean more often during times of heavy use or wet weather.

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend Timing for New Feeders

Timing for Birds to Find New Feeders

If a new feeder is placed near a previous feeding spot familiar to birds, it may be found in minutes or up to two weeks. However, if the location is a new feeding spot, it could take a few weeks before birds find it.

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend Seed Storage

Seed Storage Tips

Reseal package or store seed in an airtight container in a cool, dry place. This will help protect against insect infestation that can naturally occur with any whole grain seed product.

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend Bird Types

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut & Fruit Blend attracts a wide variety of birds, including:

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend Cardinals

Cardinals

Cardinals like sunflower, milo, safflower, and millet seed from large tube, large hopper, platform and ground tray feeders.

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend Indigo Buntings

Indigo Buntings

Indigo Buntings like sunflower chips and millet from large and small tube, large hopper, platform, and gazebo feeders.

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend Grosbeaks

Grosbeaks

Grosbeaks like sunflower chips, dried fruit, and peanuts from large and small tube, hopper, platform, and gazebo feeders.

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend Dark-Eyed Juncos

Dark-Eyed Juncos

Dark-Eyed Juncos like sunflower seed, peanuts, and millet from large and small tube, small hopper, platform, and gazebo feeders.

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Blend Gold Finches

Goldfinches

Goldfinches like sunflower seed and sunflower chips from large and small tube feeders, large and small hopper feeders, and platform feeders.

Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Bird Seed Blend attracts the most beautiful songbirds to backyard feeders. It's simply irresistible with generous amounts of sunflower chips, peanuts, cracked corn, and raisins. Best of all, it contains 100% edible fruits, grains, and nuts which means less mess for you.

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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
2.5 in
Product Height (in.)
14 in
Product Width (in.)
10.75 in

Details

Bird Food Type
Seed
Bird Supply Type
Seed
Bird Type
Multiple Bird Species
Food Type
Seed
Primary Ingredient
Wild Bird Mix
Product Weight (lb.)
6 lb
Returnable
180-Day

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.5
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  • 90% recommend this product
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This is a good bird seed if you’re trying to avoid sunflowers from growing. It’s true there isn’t...
This is a good bird seed if you’re trying to avoid sunflowers from growing. It’s true there isn’t much waste, but the lack of large seeds doesn’t attract many birds. I also don’t mind the sunflowers that much because it’s like renewing birdseed. I’d suggest this mix for a bird feeder close to the house or in a well kept garden. If you don’t mind sunflower seeds, but want to see more birds get a more substantial mix. This doesn’t keep away squirrels.
by Ashley
Birds really seem to like this We have many differ t varieties coming to our feeder and I think...
Birds really seem to like this We have many differ t varieties coming to our feeder and I think it because we went to this seed. It is more expensive Thant regular bird seed and the birds do seem to go through it pretty fast but it’s worth it if you like to feed them and if you enjoy watching them like we do. I would recommend this feed if you are interested
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The birds LOVE this birdseed! It is full of sunflower chips, peanuts, raisins, dried cranberries ...
The birds LOVE this birdseed! It is full of sunflower chips, peanuts, raisins, dried cranberries and many other seeds and nuts the birds just love! I have several feeders all around my home. I have filled each one with this birdseed and can't keep them full! I have cardinals, finches, sparrows, blue birds and even a woodpecker visiting. There is no waste as usually you would see below the feeder where the birds kick it out. It makes me happy to know I am feeding the birds a good quality seed. They are so beautiful to watch.
by Hootowl
You get what you pay for. Most of the what I call "yellow seed mixes" contain hulls, shells, etc...
You get what you pay for. Most of the what I call "yellow seed mixes" contain hulls, shells, etc. that birds have to remove to get at the actual food. That means pound for pound you are paying for this waste. Worst still, it makes a mess. Lastly, there is a third type of waste not mentioned much. Birds - especially small birds, do not want to waste energy on opening a seed if the seed is "not worth their while". Sometimes you may notice birds pulling out seeds one by one and chucking them away in favor of the next one (or the one after that). Overall, although it may seem pricier compared to standard shelled seeds, not paying for waste or seeds that are discarded along with a mess to clean up makes it way more worth-while As for my own local birds here in the northwest, I have two tube feeders with woods behind. I get a variety of birds here will different likes and dislikes. I tend to fill the feeders with mainly sunflower seeds intermixed with sections of 'yellow mixed seeds". Many times they leave this behind as most of these mixed seeds are not worth the birds time. However, this was not the case with this no-mess mix. I do not give 5-stars as I have bought no-mess patio mixes before that are guaranteed fresh and even minus certain seeds depending on your local birds likes and dislikes.
by Jeff
1 person found this helpful
I like the mix because of its contents. It has sunflower seeds, corn, peanuts, raisins, cranberri...
I like the mix because of its contents. It has sunflower seeds, corn, peanuts, raisins, cranberries and added vitamins. There is no waste in the form of husks and junk the birds won’t eat. The birds seem to love it and it is definitely better than the bag I get locally. My problem is the price for only a 6 lb bag. It doesn’t make it affordable in my budget
by Rawger
1 person found this helpful
Although, it took a day or so for the birds to take to the new seeds they seemed to like them. It...
Although, it took a day or so for the birds to take to the new seeds they seemed to like them. It was easy to fill the bird feeder with these seeds(a little dusty). I left the feeder out for about a week and half and there was very little waste on the ground and its been very windy. With the other seeds there would have been far more waste. Overall, I am impressed with this product.
by Gardeningfool
1 person found this helpful
This is the best bird seed ever. It actually smelled delicious when I opened the bag. So many p...
This is the best bird seed ever. It actually smelled delicious when I opened the bag. So many peanuts! There is so much more activity at my feeder. The birds seem to love it! I hope the birds get plenty to eat, because I am pretty sure the squirrels are going to attack this feeder. I am actually worried that the bears are going to tear this down and smash my pretty feeder during the night because they will smell this seed.
by Ravzie
1 person found this helpful
What is there to say about bird seed. There are dozens of blends to attract certain birds and som...
What is there to say about bird seed. There are dozens of blends to attract certain birds and some seed mixes are blended for the “general” population of birds. As far as the product is, all look like good quality with accurate labels. Having several bird feeders out for over a year, some seeds do attract certain birds. Especially the finches, they do seem to prefer the small seeds that are labeled for small birds. When you use a general blend such as the “Birders Blend, all birds seem to pick out their favorite seeds and push out the seeds they don’t like to the ground. However, the pigeons do love all seeds, even cracked corn. I’ve seen some birds go for the sunflower seeds only, so I tried the “Sunflower Chips” to minimize the seed shells lay around and surprisingly, they were hardly touched by most birds. The best part of using bird feeders is the attraction of all kinds of birds. I’m located in Central Florida and the birds that come to the feeders change depending on the season. All year round I have a pair of Cardinals and their distinct chirp or mating call sure makes your day. They seem to prefer the Birders Blend. I tried the Nut and Fruit mix and in general the birds go for the Birders Blend when I have two feeders out. I don’t call myself a birder but trying different seed blends does give you different results and it takes some time to know what your local birds prefer. It is very enjoyable.
by WorthFlorida
Pennington nut and fruit bird seed appears to be a great mix attracting cardinals, finches and bl...
Pennington nut and fruit bird seed appears to be a great mix attracting cardinals, finches and blue birds to my feeder. It is a mix of sunflower chips, peanuts, cracked corn, and raisins. This mix doesn't leave all the cracked hulls behind because everything in the mix is completely edible. I have enjoyed watching the birds come to my backyard feeder.
by Knarf
The Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Bird Seed was a hit at our feeder. From the phot...
The Pennington Ultimate Waste Free Nut and Fruit Bird Seed was a hit at our feeder. From the photo attached you can see we are ready for a fill up. You can even smell the fruit and nut mixture, so you know it’s a quality feed (like all Pennington products). We attracted many finches, nuthatches, titmouse and three varieties of woodpeckers. We even sprinkled some on the deck for the ground doves, however we haven’t had any activity with cardinals or blue birds which have disappeared. The no waste feature will keep our deck clean this summer, which with other feeds has been a nuisance in the past.
by Leah
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