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Fight Squirrel Hunger | Squirrel Corn Cobs

Fight Squirrel Hunger | Squirrel Corn Cobs
There are many organizations and humanitarian groups that are focused on ending world hunger. What you never hear about are people trying to help end squirrel hunger. Here are a few reasons why you should care about fighting squirrel hunger.
Categories: Squirrel Food
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Top 5 Reasons Corn Makes the Best Birdfeed

Top 5 Reasons Corn Makes the Best Birdfeed
Corn makes for great birdfeed as it has so many upsides. It is easy to set out, it attracts bigger birds, you can use it all year round, you can make it yourself, and it attracts other animals that you always wanted to see up close.
Categories: Squirrel Food, Corn Feed, Wild Bird Food, Deer Bait, Wild Turkey Food, Benefits of Corn Feed, Bird Feeding, Food for Squirrels in Winter
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Gary The Squirrel - Squirrel Corn On The Cob

Gary The Squirrel - Squirrel Corn On The Cob
Pets are interesting creatures. They can teach often teach us more about life and our individual identities than anything else in the world. Rick, one of our regulars, told us an interesting story about why he buys squirrel corn on the cob. He comes to our store at least once every three weeks. We’ve never really asked him why he shops with us; he seems like he normally keeps to himself. One day, one of our new cashiers was able to have more than a 15 second conversation and what we learned was...
Categories: Squirrel Food, Corn Feed, Corn on the Cob
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Bird Feed Fanatic: Ten Ways to Attract More Species of Bird to your Feeder

Bird Feed Fanatic: Ten Ways to Attract More Species of Bird to your Feeder
Birds are the most active during the spring season, and birds need nutrition. What most people do not know is that birds prefer different types of bird feed. Maintaining and taking care of your bird feed station will keep local wildlife happy and returning to your feeder for years to come. We have included a few tips and tricks to attract a more diverse wild bird selection to your property this spring.
Categories: Bird Feeding
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Squirrels Get Munchies Too! Corn Cobs for Squirrels

Squirrels Get Munchies Too! Corn Cobs for Squirrels
Have you ever felt the sudden urge to snack? We sure have! Our furry friends are no exception, and they love to snack on nuts, acorns, and corn cobs for squirrels! Squirrels love their corn cobs, but we’re sure there are some snacks that squirrels must hate! Here are a few of our ideas:
Categories: Squirrel Food
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4 AWESOME Things Squirrels Can Do! – Chester’s Baby Squirrel Food Adventures

 4 AWESOME Things Squirrels Can Do! – Chester’s Baby Squirrel Food Adventures
Chester is three months old. He sleeps through the night, hangs out with his mom during the day, and plays in the park with his friends on a regular basis. Chester loves eating corn, and he can already eat about half a cob! He also loves taking baths in the river and climbing low tree branches. At this point, you may have realized that Chester isn’t, well, human. That’s right, he’s a squirrel! Chester dreams of one day growing up and doing all of the cool things the big squirrels do! Chester ...
Categories: Squirrel Food
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Red Carpet Treatment – Find the Healthiest and Most Delicious Red Squirrel Food

Red Carpet Treatment – Find the Healthiest and Most Delicious Red Squirrel Food
Squirrels are no stranger to the Midwest, and they’ve become a sort of emblem or mascot for the lovely state we call home. If you’ve grown up in Indiana, you probably have quite a few fond memories that include chasing squirrels around the local park—hoping someday you might be able to catch up to one. However, the squirrels were usually quick as whip and almost always scurried up into a large oak tree at the speed of light. You wanted nothing more than to get a close look at the fantastical...
Categories: Squirrel Food, Benefits of Corn Feed, Corn on the Cob, Food for Squirrels in Winter, Supplies for a New Year
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The Top 5 Wild Turkey Foods

The Top 5 Wild Turkey Foods
We’re not talking about our delicious Thanksgiving meal—we’re talking about the wild turkeys that are native to North America. If you live near a woodsy area, you might see these creatures foraging for food. Wild turkeys are omnivores known to eat almost anything. According to the DNR, they can eat more than 100 different food items! Wild turkeys love to chow down on insects and small reptiles. But insects are hard to contain if you want to feed wild turkeys yourself. During the wintertime, t...
Categories: Wild Turkey Food, Corn Feed, Wild Bird Food
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Birds of a Feather: Wild Bird Feed in Indiana

 Birds of a Feather: Wild Bird Feed in Indiana
Bird watching is a sport enjoyed by thousands of people young and old. There’s nothing like taking a pair of binoculars and a few bags of wild bird feed out into the woods while you think about nothing but the glorious colors and varieties of the birds in nature. If you’re lucky enough, you might get a close up look at one of the many species of birds that dwell in the fertile grounds of this Hoosier state.
Categories: Bird Feeding
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Jumping for Joy - Flying Squirrel Food in Indiana

Jumping for Joy - Flying Squirrel Food in Indiana
If you’re unfamiliar with flying squirrels, seeing one for the first time can be shocking. However, these creatures are perfectly harmless and, in fact, incredibly friendly! Learn how to feed your fantastic flying squirrel friends with Daily Family Farms!
Categories: Squirrel Food
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