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Homestead Super Stop-A-Squirrel, Green

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Keep squirrels from showing up uninvited to the feeding party with the Homestead Super Stop-A-Squirrel. Made from a durable green finish that looks great in any yard, this feeder pulls out all the stops to keep squirrels from stealing the bird’s breakfast. The stainless steel spring adjusts to the weight of the squirrels, by closing the feed ports and depriving the squirrels of feed—which also works for large birds. The large, clear window lets you keep an eye on the seed level at all times, so your feathered friends never go hungry. And when it’s time for a refill, the removable seed bin makes it a breeze!

Key Benefits
  • Squirrel-proof bird feeder made of heavy-duty steel with a powder-coated finish.
  • Stainless steel spring adjusts to deprive squirrels of feed by closing the feeding ports.
  • Holds up to 11 pounds of seed with a seed director that ensures fresh seed presentation.
  • Made in the USA with side/storm panels that shields the bird seed from wind, rain and snow.
  • Includes hardware for hanging or pole mounting. Can also be tree or post mounted.

†Capacity is calculated by total volume. When using container, choose a capacity greater than what you need to prevent overfilling and spills.

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  • Item Number
    112493
  • Dimensions
    12.75 x 11.5 x 10 inches
  • Weight
    6.75 pounds
  • Bird Type

    Wild Bird

  • Capacity (Max)†

    11-Ib

  • Made in

    United States

Warranty

5-Year Warranty.

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  • Birds love it!

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    I have had a feeder like this for about 10 years. The squirrels haven't figured it out yet, but it is fun to watch them try. I have 2 other similar size feeders in the yard, but the birds always empty this one first. Mine is getting pretty rusty after 10 years, so I am ordering a new one. I highly recommend this feeder - it is the best one I have ever had.

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  • Best on the market

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    This purchase was a replacement for a feeder that we have had for at least 10 years. I was very happy to find this exact same feeder on this site, as it will serve us another 10 years or more. We feel that it is the best "squirrel stop" feeder available. A must if you have squirrels.

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  • Has worked great for over a decade

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    Have had this feeder for over a decade. On my feeder at least, there is an adjustment for the the spring closure on the perch. This spring in West Georgia, 2018, there were cardinals, goldfinches, and even a red headed woodpecker made an occasional appearance though they had to get creative. Doves usually feed off the seed kicked out onto the ground. I'm about to order a feeder for my ex who so graciously left this one for me to enjoy. Yes, I can recommend this feeder as one that discourages squirrels and holds quite a bit of seed.

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  • Chipmonks love it!

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    After, attaching it to a large pine tree it took awhile for the small birds to find it. Unfortunetly, chipmunks are the main feeders because their weight is the same as a small bird.

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  • They gave up !!!

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    i live in a condo setting and the association had decided we couldn't have bird feeders anymore because the squirrels had become a big problem with them getting into peoples homes (attics). Being on the board of the Condo Assoc. i was tasked in finding a solution to having feeders without have the squirrels hanging around the feeders and the buildings. After many different field tests of feeders and food. I have found if properly placed this feeder can't be accessed by the squirrels. It took three days of the squirrels trying to figure a way to the food. By day four, they just gave up. hahaha ! that was a great day to see the squirrel just walk by and not even look at the feeder. They knew i live in a condo setting and the association had decided we couldn't have bird feeders anymore because the squirrels had become a big problem with them getting into peoples homes (attics). Being on the board of the Condo Assoc. i was tasked in finding a solution to having feeders without have the squirrels hanging around the feeders and the buildings. After many different field tests of feeders and food. I have found if properly placed this feeder can't be accessed by the squirrels. It took three days of the squirrels trying to figure a way to the food. By day four, they just gave up. hahaha ! that was a great day to see the squirrel just walk by and not even look at the feeder. They knew they were beat. I use the hot bird food also that seems to be an extra help. … more

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  • So far, so good

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    We've been unwillingly feeding squirrels for a long time now. After hanging this feeder, they hung around for awhile - looking for a few seeds on the deck floor but we rarely see them anymore - it's been a week. The feeder hangs from a sturdy, 3' long hook that can swing back for easier access. (Previously owned - made for this purpose.) The hook is attached to the deck railing and hangs about 10' off the ground. Early on, one squirrel did a tightrope walk across the hook and then carefully tested the feeder by putting his foot on top of it...but, thankfully, he quickly retreated and I never saw one try to mess with it again. The smaller birds were in it the first day; but only one male We've been unwillingly feeding squirrels for a long time now. After hanging this feeder, they hung around for awhile - looking for a few seeds on the deck floor but we rarely see them anymore - it's been a week. The feeder hangs from a sturdy, 3' long hook that can swing back for easier access. (Previously owned - made for this purpose.) The hook is attached to the deck railing and hangs about 10' off the ground. Early on, one squirrel did a tightrope walk across the hook and then carefully tested the feeder by putting his foot on top of it...but, thankfully, he quickly retreated and I never saw one try to mess with it again. The smaller birds were in it the first day; but only one male cardinal has been a regular so far but I expect in time others will find it...it's spring/summer so the need for food isn't great. The deck is now cleaner as a result of switching to this feeder as we used to spread seed around specifically for the cardinals. It's also less maintenance as we've only had to fill it once so far. The birds are also very visible in this feeder which, prior to purchasing, I was afraid we might not be able to. So we really like the feeder. Shipping was quick and very well-packed. … more

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  • One solid birdfeeder!!!

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    It's been a buffet for the birds. Squirrels are content with the stuff that falls to the ground. We witnessed a couple of imaginative creatures that managed to get to the top only to end up falling in frustration. They haven't tried again. It's easy to fill. Seems extremely weather worthy. The spring to adjust the weight limit is very easy to position. You will need to adjust according to the birds you wish to feed. I have mine on the next to lightest setting allowing for our resident cardinals to feast while sending to grackles to compete with the squirrels for leftovers. I highly recommend!

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  • So Far, So Good

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    Although it's only been a couple of weeks, this feeder is working well. It took over a week for it to attract birds, they're starting to come around now. Squirrels have tried to access the seeds but either slide off the roof or if they make it to the perch, it closes and they can't access the seed. The bracket hanger design could be improved, in my opinion, as it seems like it could loosen and slip, thereby dropping the entire feeder to the ground. a slight bend to the wire so that the ends go into holes of the case might resolve this flaw (I may write the company about this as well). Overall, I'd recommend this.

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  • Great feeder that works

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    Got this feeder a few years ago, 8-10 years I guess. It works great. I live in New England with many squirrels being my friends. My previous feeder was raided by the squirrels constantly and no birds came. This one works! The squirrels still eat whatever falls to the ground but none has managed yet to get to the feeders supply. I have blue jays, cardinals, and many other birds feed here. Plus my friends the white and black and grey squirrels are around as well. What I need now is something to protect my hazelnut bushes from them. They will not share them with me. (:

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  • Homestead Super Stop-A-Squirrel Bird Feeder

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    After having tried several different bird feeders, I was very skeptical about ever finding a bird feeder that is squirrel resistant. This feeder did the trick!!! The squirrels tried to access the bird seeds multiple times for the first couple of days. So funny to watch the squirrels creep out onto the feeder only to slip and fall right off before ever getting any food! They finally gave up trying and my feeder has been squirrel free for several weeks. Great purchase!

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