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Heritage Farms Seeds 'N More Hopper Bird Feeder

Blain # 362614 | Mfr # 7452R


As soon as they find a food source they like, birds will return time and time again. Guarantee you get all of the birds with the Heritage Farms Seeds 'N More Hopper Bird Feeder. A large center hopper for seeds and side baskets for suet offer multitudes of dining options to birds with all different tastes. Have them bellying up to the buffet time and time again with the Heritage Farms Seeds 'N More Hopper Bird Feeder.


  • Dual suet baskets on sides feature a convenient snap on latch to easily replenish suet
  • Select metal perches
  • Seed level indicator windows
  • Durable powder - coated steel
  • Squirrel resistant

Technical Description

Height: 10.3"
Width: 15"
Length: 12.3"
Weight: 6.4 lb
Color: Red
Capacity: 15 lb

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Heritage Farms Seeds 'N More Hopper Bird Feeder
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Blain's Farm and Fleet Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Dennis E: I need a new feeder.
Wild turkeys & wild pigeons
wrecked old feeders on my deck.
May 31, 2014
timothy w: i chosed this 1 due to living in florida dont have to worry about bears damaging it unlike being up in wisconsin. but this item holds alot of seed. and mine up in wisconsin has held up quite wll from all of the bears damaging it. so its very durable Nov 3, 2013
Mark Z: Had this before. Lasted for many years. Still have at house in central Alabama. Just bought house in Southern Alabama. Cannot find bird feeder like this anywhere. Had to order to have in my yard. Oct 18, 2013
A shopper asked: How is this mounted? Jul 5, 2014
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Mildred S: The handle has a V-notch at the center and is very sturdy. We hung it on a large shepherd's hook pole. Jul 19, 2014
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Jan R: I mounted it on top of an 8' tall 4x4 post with an optional bracket. Jul 18, 2014
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jim d: from an iron rod. Previously we used for hanging a plant basket. Jul 18, 2014
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Emmett L: Hung from a hookbor nail. Jul 18, 2014
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