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Question: shelf life of nyger seed


About a dozen Common Redpolls showed up at the feeders a moment ago. They perched on the nyger feeder for a short while, but did not stay long, and seemed to prefer the sunflower seed feeder.
We've been using a leftover bag of last year's nyger seed, so I'm wondering: does nyger dry out quickly and become unpalatable? Would it go stale in that amount of time?
We're reluctant to toss it out because it costs so much. But maybe we should?

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