Heritage Farms Hopper Feeder Selection

Heritage Farms Hopper Feeder Selection
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I love this little feeder! It's my second one. I had the first one for many years, until a straightline wind knocked it to the concrete and broke it. I like the open design. It looks like it's easy for the birds to access the seeds, and it's big enough for several to feed at once. The seeds can get wet during a heavy rain, but the mesh bottom helps them dry back out. I would recommend it to anyone who loves to watch the backyard birds.

Love the Green Solution fly through bird feeder and so do the birds!! It's durability is a huge plus!

I love the waterproof feeder, but my birds are very confused by it's presence. Very few have discovered how to get at the seeds. So, I like the product but it's not meeting my needs as with so few birds using it.

I have enjpyed my bird feeder and by the number of visitors to it I believe they do too. The only drawback I semy Coache is I believe the seed tray should be wider with the larger birds (Cardinals) in my area that have difficulty landing and eating. Maybe a smaller hopper would help. If you have squirrels in your area you will need a baffle on the 6 ft pole. I found that out 2 hours after installing the Coach Lamp bird feeder. Up the pole they went! I would recommend this product. It is easy to assemble also..

i am pleased with this feeder. it performs as advertised. it definitely deters squirrels. i have yet to see a squirrel on it. i like the see thru aspect and the large volume reservoir for seed. i had a previous feeder just like this one that a Raccoon was able to access and break. i have moved the new one away from the tree and it seems to help.

i am pleased with this feeder. it performs as advertised. it definitely deters squirrels. i have yet to see a squirrel on it. i like the see thru aspect and the large volume reservoir for seed. i had a previous feeder just like this one that a Raccoon was able to access and break. i have moved the new one away from the tree and it seems to help.

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