Upgrading The Right Stuff
We are upgrading The Right Stuff by eliminating the raw peanuts and adding roasted peanuts instead!
We’ve always known that the birds like Roasted peanuts better – we don’t understand why exactly, as the birds can’t smell them the way that we do, or so the “educated” school of thought has run. But even this thought is changing which makes way more sense to my mind!
One of the only complaints I’ve heard about the Right Stuff is that the raw peanuts sometimes clog the flow in feeders. Because they’re raw, they are susceptible to moisture and can swell, and the red skins seem to stick and slow things down. So this will eliminate that.
But even better is the elimination of the potential for the mold toxins that can hide in raw peanuts and cause health problems for pretty much every living creature from humans to livestock and yes, the birds.
We could continue with the raw. But why would we when we know the birds not only like the roasted peanuts better, they flow better, AND they are the healthier choice. 🙂
Re-Introducing The Right Stuff Bird Seed Blend. Premium model!
This will replace The Right Stuff as you’ve known it. Upgraded. You’ll love it and you’ll love feeding it to your birds.
When you know better you do better. Not just because it’s RIGHT. But because it’s also KIND.
PS: May 2020
The Right Stuff upgrade, unfortunately like most things in life, coincides with a price increase. There have been many price fluctuations in all of the components of The Right Stuff during the time I’ve owned The Birdhouse (almost 3 years!), and I’ve just absorbed the increases thus far. The new pricing reflects proper 2020 market pricing for the premium seed that The Right Stuff has become. Thank you for supporting small businesses like mine in creating products that we are proud to put on the market in support of nature. No fillers, healthy, nutritious, and it all gets eaten! Pound for pound that can’t be beaten.
* Isaac, Susan. (1994). Peanuts and the health of wild birds: Do fungal toxins cause their demise?. Mycologist. 8. 135-136. 10.1016/S0269-915X(09)80161-4.