Safflower

The Safflower seed is a high energy seed, eaten by a wide variety of birds.

Safflowers can be an alternative to black sunflowers & sunflower hearts- if you have problems with the squirrels as squirrels usually don’t like the taste of safflowers whereas they love all other types of sunflowers.

Please note – Safflowers do have a hard outer shell unlike sunflower hearts so your birds may take longer to get used to them and start eating them especially if you have been feeding their favourite sunflower hearts which are easier to eat and have no outer shell.

Safflower

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