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You'll enjoy watching birds gather for a high-energy snack from these colorful spiral feeders. Fill them with suet balls in the winter, or fruit in the spring and summer. Made of durable powder-coated steel with built-in bail hangers.
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sorry I missed it, hope you have it agai
By grammy donna
from mancheste, nh
About Me Budget Shopper
Comments about Suet Spirals, Set of 3:
actually they are great grandkids. We feed the birds togeather. I have a few trees, one is a burning bush but had been let go and it is very full and bushy and probably about 10 ft tall w/ many branches and we fill it with feeders, pine cones full of p-butter and seeds. The kids live on the 1st floor so have a great view and love to watch the birds eat their food. Thanks you, I'm glad I found you. donna gagne
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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These are for corn cobs...
from Plattsburgh NY
We bought these spiral suet feeders to hold corn cobs. The squirrels love them. Bluejays, chickadees and nuthatches eat off from them too. It's funny to watch the squirrels hang from the top bale by their hind feet and eat corn off the cob. Wonderful entertainment. I don't get out much due to my disability. It's worth every cent we pay for holders and feed. Thanks for this great idea.
from Loudonville, Ohio
About Me Midrange Shopper
I was tired of replacing my cheap suet holders. These are great! They are well made. They are made from heavy metal. They are better in person than in the magazine. Well worth the price.
Well made for the price
By Patricia of Northern CA
from San Rafael, CA
I have used these on my deck using dried corn-cobs for the squirrels. They work well except that the little buggers can pull the corn cob out of the top and carry it away! I fixed that by stringing wire across the top in an "X". Now they have to work for it and leave it behind for other squirrels to enjoy.
easier than suet cages/ like this
from West Virginia
I bought these feeders in all hopes of bringing our fruit eaters back, but unfortunately every time I put fruit in these it ends up rotting because the birds wont go near them! My fruit eaters are in and out of the yard but they wont have anything to do with these feeders. Good thing is, they do add some color to the trees, lol.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
By Bird Brain
from Bucks County, PA
I always collect cat and dog hair with the intention of putting it out for the birds for nesting material and never know where to put it-these seem to be the answer. I'll report back next Spring if it works.
Different look for hanging suet cakes.
from Bucyrus, Ohio
Really liked the look of these hangers and are so easy to fill. I break a regular suet cake in half and fill two with one cake. The birds really seem to be attracted to them too.
(3 of 3 customers found this review helpful)
A Big Hit
By White Rogue
from Lee's Summit, MO
This feeder is easy to use and clean. I usually slice the top off of an orange to put in the feeder, and it doesn't take long for Orioles, Woodpeckers, and even chipmunks, to come by for a taste.
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Great for birds or squirrels
from Upstate NY (Adirondacks)
These can be used for Birds or Squirrels. I put suet, seed and peanut butter in them for the birds and dried corn for the squirrels. Great Fun to watch the birds and the squirrels.
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