Squirrel Hanging Corn Cob Feeder
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The unique and attractive design of this hanging Corn Cob feeder for squirrels serves a functional purpose for birders as well as squirrel enthusiasts. By placing one or more Corn Cob feeders at least 15 feet away, the Corn Cob feeder deters squirrels from visiting your bird feeders. Simply place an ear of corn inside the attractive dark green Corn Cob feeder to give squirrels their own yummy treat. This subtle solution to squirrel problems keeps you from spending time protecting your old feeders and from investing in the latest feeder technology. This rust resistant feeder may be hung from a branch or fence.
Seed or Feed Options: ear corn, squirrel logs
Capacity: one ear of corn
Dimensions: 3" dia. x 10"H
Mounting: may be hung
Shipping Weight: 1 lbs
I like this squirrel feeder because it is simple to fill. Just put an ear of corn in it. It is a simple design and great for hanging in the tree in front of my kitchen window.
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