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EZee Clean Suet Cake Feeder

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Original price $6.90 - Original price $6.90
Original price
$6.90 - $6.90
Current price $6.90
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Easy-to-Clean Suet Cake Bird Feeder made from recycled plastic.

A great option for feeding your clinger birds and woodpeckers all year round. 

Product Details: 

  • Holds one standard size suet or seed cakes.
  • Snaps apart for easy cleaning in your Dishwasher!
  • Made from 100% Recycled Materials
  • Dimensions: 1.5 (D) x 4.875 (W) x 5.875 (H) inches

Made in the USA.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Deborah Peil
Mischievous squirrel feeder

I looked out my window to discover my feeder had disappeared! Though I didn't see him do it, I strongly suspect it was a big squirrel who was hanging out at the bush where I had placed the feeder. I will need to take a walk outside and see if I can find the feeder!

Margaret Bird
Not squirrel proof

I was delighted with this purchase, and I certainly don't blame the product for its short life span. I thought I had placed it out of squirrel reach, but evidently I had not. I saw the feeder empty, the remains of suet on the ground, and I removed the feeder from its location on a hook on a tree. The feeder had been chewed sufficiently to allow the suet cake to drop and the feeder to be rendered useless. I now have only my wonderful cylinder bird seed feeders on a shepherd's crook---safe from squirrels---for my enjoyment.