Droll Yankees Jagunda Squirrel Proof Bird Feeder, 18.5-in

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$163.68Chewy Price
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$209.99Chewy Price
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About This Item

  • Feeder can be mounted to the 1-inch diameter poles.
  • Seed valve in the hopper is adjustable for the seed flow you want.
  • 18.5-inch polycarbonate feeder tray prevents pesky squirrels from reaching the feed.
  • Feeder stands strong and lasts long due to the no-tilt auger.
  • Designed with a 15-inch cover that shelters birds and protects the seed from the weather.

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Droll Yankees Jugunda Squirrel Proof Feeder: What is the length of the pole? Can additional sections be purchased to make it higher off the ground?
Answer by ChewyDec 11, 2021
The included black steel pole measures 5.5 feet long. Extensions are not available.

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Rated 1 out of 5 stars
By Irish on Jan 30, 2022

The design is poor

When I received this item the poles came rusted. Chewy offered to take it back but I had purchased bags of bird seed and I wanted to feed the birds so I kept it. The rusted poles did not prevent the feeder from going together. The issue is the design of the tray. There are no drainage holes in the very bottom so the water stays in. The water then freezes at night and it is a mess. I have been out there with paper towels trying to absorb the mucky seed and who knows what else from the tray before it freezes. Why wouldn’t they put drainage holes in the bottom of the tray. It is what it is but based on cost I do not feel the quality is there. It needs too much maintenance when there is rain or snow.