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Hummingbird Nectar
 

Hummingbird Nectar

  • We formulate our nectar from a blend of 100% plant natural sugars that are most commonly found in the majority of flower nectar.
  • And yes, we make and oversee all ingredients and blending to assure constant quality control.
  • The 16 oz pouch makes makes 64 fluid ounces of nectar- your typical juice bottle - just right for filling most feeders. Or you can measure your own.
  • No boiling required as it mixes instantly with warm tap water. However, boiling your water removes city/ well contaminents. Mix with nectar after the water is cooled- do not boil water and nectar together as the concentration will change due to evaporation.
  • No artificial sweeteners/ No red dye or coloring.
  • Resealable zip pouch container

We offer our Hummingbird Market Nectar in several sizes

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1 lb/ 16 oz pouch makes 64 oz nectar for convenient measuring in storage bottles such as the type used for juices. $4.49

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2 lbs/ 32 oz pouch makes 128 oz of nectar. $7.99 Add to Cart

3 lbs/ 48 oz pouch makes 192 oz of nectar. $9.99

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6 lbs/ 96 oz pouch makes 384 oz of nectar. $16.99

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Stuff the Box for the Best Deal

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To purchase the most nectar for the least shipping we use USPS Flat Rate Priority Mail boxes and fill to capacity with nectar.

NOTE TO OUR MANY REGULAR CUSTOMERS OF STUFF THE BOXES
You will please note that there is a price reduction to the Large and Medium Stuff the Boxes.
We mave modified our shipping rate method so shipping is no loger included but added at checkout.
The final price remains the same as always.

Large Box - 21 lbs
Medium Box - 15 lbs
3 x 6 lbs & 1 x 3 lbs
3 x 5 lbs or 2 x 6 lbs + 1 x 3 lbs (configuration we choose)
(Value=$60.96/ Save=$10.92)
(Value=$43.97/ Save=$5.93)
$50.04
(+$16.95 shipping = $66.99)
$38.04
($11.95 shipping = $49.99)
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16 Pounds of Nectar in a Plastic Bucket with Twist-off Gamma Lid.

16 lbs in a plastic bucket makes 1,280 oz of nectar.

This could last you all hummer season. The container and lid make this a tad more expensive but the container is very functional for storage of your nectar.

This is a two (2) gallon plastic bucket with metal handle and with a removable/ twist-off Gamma lid.

The Gamma lid converts a plastic bucket or plastic pail into a unique reusable plastic container. These heavy duty bucket lids are made of high density polyethylene (HDPE) food grade plastic material, which creates a leak-proof and completely airtight seal.

10" high x 11" wide. $49.99

Shipping is in a box and depending on distance about $16-$38 via Fedex ground.

Email us and we'll get an exact rate for you.

 

 


Note: As long as the nectar remains dry the shelf life is unlimited.
As a liquid it can safely be stored in the refrigerator for up to, but not longer than, two (2) weeks.

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