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Pine Tree Farms Seed Cakes

Pine Tree Farms Seed Cakes
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* Attract a variety of wild birds with a cake-style blend of the finest seeds and nuts
* Easy-to-feed cakes are great for year-round, all-weather feeding
* Solid seed cakes fit perfectly in standard suet cake feeders

Designed to fit into square suet feeders, these seed cakes are made of the finest seeds and nuts to attract a variety of wild birds. Great for year-round feeding in any kind of weather. Please specify flavor. Woodpecker Seed Cake (9 oz. Standard Cake), with peanuts, almonds, cracked corn, sunflower hearts, black oil sunflower seed, and peanut butter. Mixed Seed Cake (9 oz. Standard Cake), with safflower seed, black oil sunflower seed, white millet, striped sunflower, sunflower hearts, and peanuts. Nutsie Cake (9 oz.), with a variety of tree nuts, including pecans, cashews, almonds and Brazil nuts. All measure approx. 4-1/2" x 4-1/2" x 1-1/4".

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6 or more: $2.49 each
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