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Stainless Steel Whole Peanut Feeder

Deemed Suet Ball Feeder, this Stainless Steel Feeder is ideal for Peanuts in the Shell!

Entice nuthatches, chickadees, grosbeaks, jays, woodpeckers and more with nutritious peanuts. Sturdy feeder features die cast top and bottom, easy hanging loop, and removable bottom. Sans the center rod, it makes for simple filling and cleaning too.

Vibrant red top and bottom, with optional stainless steel 10-inch seed tray makes this whole peanut feeder even more attractive to feathered friends!
Squirrels can't chew it, holds 1 quart whole peanuts.

Lifetime Guarantee against squirrel damage.
Optional Seed Tray and/or 5 lb. Whole Peanuts available

Measures: 12" x 3.5"
Item Weight .75 lb.
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    BT
    06/13/2017
    Becky T.
    United States
    One for the Birds

    I bought this item to hold raw peanuts to attract blue jays. I was surprised to find that this kind of item is hard to find. There are plenty of holders for shelled peanuts but not for in- the- shell peanuts. I am so glad that The Birdhouse Chick offers this item. It works beautifully, and now I have more blue jays than I can count.

    LM
    04/18/2015
    Leanne M.
    I can’t tell you how refreshing it is to have such excellent customer service!

    Thanks, again, I can’t tell you how refreshing it is to have such excellent customer service! I can get suet blocks here – just not a great selection for the feeders.

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