For extra picky squirrels! A little extra wheat flour and a touch of sweetness create a yummy "cookie taste," but still with a low glycemic load of 1.8 per serving.
Ingredients: Pecans, whey protein isolate, wheat protein isolate, oat bran, wheat flour, cracked wheat, whole eggs, tri-calcium phosphate, calcium carbonate, lecithin, baking powder, phylloquinone (vitamin K), selenium, magnesium, vitamin D-3, folic acid, iodine, iron, zinc, copper, molybdenum, manganese, vitamin E, vitamin A (60% beta-carotene), pantothenic acid, niacin, riboflavin, vitamin B-6, thiamin, vitamin B-12, biotin.
Feeding Instructions: Flying Squirrels, Rats, Mice: 1 to 1.5 blocks per day. Squirrels: 2-3 blocks per day. Feed along with a healthy diet of fresh veggies and wild foods. Wild Squirrels: 1 block per day provides extra calories and nutrients to supplement the wild diet.
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Picky blocks are great
Posted by Holly on 17th Apr 2018
Our squirrel loves her Picky blocks and I feel good that she is getting good nutrition. The outdoor squirrels enjoy the blocks too..
Finally something Tazzy will eat
Posted by Janet Allgood on 27th Mar 2018
I gave the picky blocks a 5 for freshness and quality. My squirrel on the other hand said only a 4 because he thinks it should have more nuts ;) Henry's Picky Blocks are about all I can get him to eat at 14 years of age. All he wants are nuts! Tazzy is a love and loves his Henry's Blocks :)
Picky flying squirrel loves this food
Posted by Unknown on 19th Mar 2018
Our flying squirrel has always been a picky eater, and we've worried about making sure she has a balanced diet when she will only eat a few bites of any veggies or new dry food we give her. But that's not a problem with this food! The first day or so she was hesitant to eat it, but now she loves it! She gets excited when we give her these blocks, and we feel better about her diet.
Posted by Tommy on 14th Mar 2018
These feeder blocks are great. My flyers love them. The best part is that I now have the peace of mind that my flyers are getting all of the nutrients that they need to be healthy.
I can't believe she ate the whole thing!
Posted by Regina M. on 14th Mar 2018
Works wonders for sick and injured squirrels...even squirrels with long term extensive injuries.
Posted by Unknown on 14th Mar 2018
My squirrel is very, very picky eater but she likes these squirrel blocks. We tried the regular blocks but she will only eat these.
Cured the MBD!
Posted by Ellen (and Fiona the squirrel) on 10th Mar 2018
I rescued a baby ground squirrel last year, and although we fed her well, she eventually started being very crabby and having seizures from Ca deficiency. After learning about the condition, we changed up her diet, got a lot of extra Ca into her, and started feeding these blocks. She is back to being a sweet little girl and she really does love the food. I am so grateful to have found your website, all the information, and of course the special food.
My girl LOVES her Henry's Picky Eater Blocks
Posted by Holly on 6th Mar 2018
She gets her blocks and green beans every morning. After her blocks, she gets the rest of her veggies. She had a calcium deficiency, and has been so healthy since we started ordering these. Also, the customer service is A++++++!!
Picky flyer loves it
Posted by Annemarie on 14th Feb 2018
We have an accidental flying squirrel who is staying here for a while. We fed him (her?) all sorts of things, most of which were either stashed or rejected. (Although he could eat cherries and sweet potatoes all day every day.) But the Henry's Picky Blocks have been a success. They get eaten, not stashed. I worry less about calcium deficiency. Of course, the problem now is...will he ever leave?
Good healthy squirrel food.
Posted by Denise on 11th Feb 2018
Maple loves her blocks, and she is more than picky!
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