Lyric® Golden Safflower Bird Seed - 5 lb Bag

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  • More nutritious than regular safflower
  • 18% Protein, 45% Fat High Energy Seed
  • Thinner hull means less waste
  • Squirrel-Resistant Seed
  • StayFresh® Technology prevents mold
Lyric® Golden Safflower Bird Seed - 5 lb. Bag

Lyric® Golden Safflower Bird Seed

Lyric® Golden Safflower Seed is an organic, chemical-free hybrid safflower called NutraSaff™ that is more nutritious than white safflower. It contains 15% more oil, 25% more protein, and 30% more fat. The hull of our NutraSaff™ Golden Safflower seed is very thin, which makes it easier for birds to eat and digest.

Safflower seed, in general, is bitter tasting to squirrels. This seed is also a deterrent to common bully birds such as the European Starling and the Common Grackle. Eliminate nuisance feeders, while providing more nutrition to the birds you want to see.

Lyric® Golden Safflower Seed feeds and attracts: Acorn Woodpecker, Carolina Chickadee, Eastern Towhee, Mountain chickadee, Red-breasted Nuthatch, Spotted Towhee, Black-capped Chickadee, Chestnut-backed Chickadee, Evening Grosbeak, Northern Cardinal, Red-headed Woodpecker, Stellar's Jay, California Towhee, Downy Woodpecker, Hairy Woodpecker, Red-bellied Woodpecker, Rose-breasted Grosbeak, and White-breasted Nuthatch.

Lyric® Golden Safflower Ingredients: NutraSaff™ Safflower Seed.

Storage: Store in a sealed container, in a cool dry place. StayFresh® Technology keeps seed fresh while in its original packaging only. is the top destination to find quality Wild Bird Feeders and Accessories. Perky-Pet®, K-Feeders and NO/NO® wild bird products are trusted brands to bird lovers everywhere. Interact with nature, relax and build memories that last a lifetime by conveniently ordering from Happy Bird Feeding!


Lyric® Golden Safflower Bird Seed - Specifications

Product Features:

  • More nutritious than regular safflower
  • 18% Protein, 45% Fat High Energy Seed
  • Thinner hull means less waste
  • Squirrel-Resistant Seed
  • StayFresh® Technology prevents mold

What's in the Box:

  • 5 lb bag of NutraSaff™ golden safflower seed


  • 18% protein
  • 45% fat
  • 20% Fiber
  • Organic, chemical-free hybrid seed

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Lyric® Golden Safflower Bird Seed - FAQs

Q: What is safflower?

A: Safflower is a thistle-like plant that is considered one of the first crops cultivated by mankind. Vegetable oil can be extracted from its seeds and its yellow flower petals can be used as a natural fabric dye.

As a human food source, it's used in the production of margarine. Its oil is sometimes used in cooking. Safflower seeds are sometimes used as a health supplement, too.

As a bird seed, safflower seeds are often used as a substitute for sunflower seeds and can attract Northern Cardinals and several other species.


Q: How do I introduce safflower seed to my feeder?

A: Your birds may not instantly realize that safflower seeds are edible. Give them a week or two to discover it.

During that time, squirrels may sift through your feeders as they hunt for the seed they really want. Don't give up! Eventually, those squirrels will realize there's nothing in your feeders for them and find food elsewhere.


Q: What birds enjoy safflower seeds?

A: The primary bird you can expect to attract is the Northern Cardinal. Beyond cardinals, individual birds can also develop a taste for safflower. Among those occasional bird safflower eaters are grosbeaks, doves, chickadees and North American sparrows.

Generally, squirrels don't like safflower seeds.