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Deluxe Suet Sandwich Feeder
$29.95
$4.95 - $29.95
Description
Use our Deluxe Suet Sandwich Feeder to give birds woodpeckers around your home a tasty treat. The special design appeals to woodpeckers while ensuring that other pests can't get to the feed. Heavy duty poly resin construction resembles real tree bark while ensuring years of use.

Fill with our Peanut Butter Sandwich Suet. Each package contains three slabs.

Size
Feeder-6"L x 2"W x 12"H
Suet 4-1/2"L x 4-1/2"W x 1"H each
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Deluxe Suet Sandwich Feeder
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$29.95
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Peanut Butter Sandwich Suet
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Reviews
5.0 (based on customer reviews)

By Patty
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Perfect for Woodpeckers!
Comments about Product:
Woodpeckers love this feeder! Other small birds are able to feed until the suet is eaten into the middle, then only the woodpeckers can get it. The good part is the bigger birds won't eat all your suet in a day. You don't need to buy special suet. Use store bought cakes at room temperature and simply push it down so it fits the feeder. I make homemade suet and it eaten much faster than any store bought suet...the birds love it!
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