Brome Squirrel Buster Peanut
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Do you feed Peanut in your garden to attract small garden birds? Do squirrels and large birds take all the Peanuts?
If so the Brome Squirrel Buster Peanut Feeder is perfect for your garden.
The Squirrel Buster Peanut Feeder is 100% Squirrel Proof and is specially designed to feed whole peanuts.
Like the rest of the Squirrel Buster range the Peanut Feeder using a patented mechanism which is activated when any substantial weight is placed onto any parts of the feeder, the feeding ports are closed. The weight at which the feeder’s ports shut can be altered allowing you to determine what size birds can feed from the feeder. These means that this 100% Squirrel Proof feeder is also a Magpie proof bird feeder, a starling proof bird feeder, a parakeet proof bird feeder, the list goes on.
To accommodate the number of birds that like to cling when they feed on Peanuts, the sides of the feeder are made of mesh which allows birds such as great spotted woodpeckers and nuthatches cling and feed upside down in they choose. The feeder holds 750 millilitres of food.
The feeder has a unique tube ventilation system which helps keep the seed within fresh.
A manufacturers lifetime guarantee gives you complete satisfaction in the product and with over 2 million sales satisfaction that it is 100% Squirrel Proof
Dimensions: W 130 x H 490 x D 130mm
- Stop feeding the pesky squirrels!
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We regularly get a variety of birds feeding on our peanut offering, including Great Spotted Woodpeckers, Nuthatches and a variety of tits. Once they became familiar with the new feeder it was business as usual, but to watch a squirrel being frustrated was a joy !! (Posted on 27/02/2018)Stop feeding the pesky squirrels! We've owned a Brome Mini sunflower feeder for a couple of years so knew that the operating principle worked and when we saw this peanut feeder we quickly realised that this might be the one that solved our squirrel problem, and indeed it does. We regularly get a variety of birds feeding on our peanut offering, including Great Spotted Woodpeckers, Nuthatches and a variety of tits. Once they became familiar with the new feeder it was business as usual, but to watch a squirrel being frustrated was a joy !! Paul 18-02/27