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Droll Yankee 6-port Tube Feeder

The A-6F Classic Bird Feeder, invented in 1969, was the first tubular bird feeder. This updated version, A-6RP Classic Sunflower bird Feeder, stays true to the iconic classic while adding the Ring Pull Advantage feature for easy cleaning.

Now its easier than ever to give songbirds just what they need - fresh food from a clean, hygienic feeder. Droll Yankees Ring Pull Feeders offer a fresh, modern, no tools needed approach to cleaning with the Ring Pull Advantage.

  • Simply pull the ring to disassemble the feeder in seconds - No tools needed!
  • Ports for all seed types protect the tube against squirrel damage
  • Detachable cap allows removal of all parts
  • Original silver color
  • UV-stabilized polycarbonate tube
  • Durable metal parts that resist damage from squirrels

Simply pull the ring to disassemble the feeder in seconds. No tools needed. The metal seed ports protect the 16 inch tube against squirrel damage. An easy to lift cap allows for quick and easy removal of all parts. This feeder features its original silver color and has a one pound seed capacity. It can be hung or pole mounted.

A favorite of almost every backyard feeder bird. They have easy to crack, thin shells and can be offered in a wide variety of feeder types, like platform, tube, and hopper feeders. These seeds also have a high fat content that is perfect for giving birds energy all year long, especially in winter.

Dimensions: 5.5 x 5.5 x 20 in
Capacity: 1 lb. of seed, 6 Ports

Lifetime Warranty Against Squirrel Damage

  $62.50 Quantity:   each
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