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Gold Crest Distributing All Weather Feeder 6 Quart


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  • Shipping Weight: 5.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0006U34JS
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #218,504 in Patio, Lawn & Garden (See Top 100 in Patio, Lawn & Garden)

Product Description

All Weather Feeder Unique design that is truly storm-proof. Holds 6 quarts.

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The seed stays perfectly dry!
1humanbean
By the way, the feeder has held up incredibly well through several falls of up to 20 feet.
MsOlga
It is attractive looking and very durable, too.
gr8gramma of 10

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

12 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Thomas Tucker on December 30, 2006
This is by far the best birdfeeder I've ever owned or heard of. I have had one for years, and it is still going strong. Its ingenious design makes it completely weatherproof. The parts are threaded one above another on a central shaft making it a cinch to completely disassemble it for cleaning (which I never get around to doing).The seeds can be plucked one by one by the birds through a narrow gap around the body while they stand on the bottom shelf which is shielded from the rain by another wide tent-like plastic dish.

Use only black oil sunflower seed. Regular sunflower seeds are too big to go through the gap. Most birds like black oil seed best anyway. Because the feeding gap stretches all around the outside of the seed container, many birds can eat at the same time. We have little birds like sparrows and finches at the same time as bigger birds like cardinals and bluejays.

Refilling the huge 6-cup (1-1/2 quart) bin is a cinch: Take feeder off the hook, set it down, unscrew the top hanger, lift off the top disk, and pour, then put the top disk and hanger back. I bought a trash can that holds a 25-pound bag of seed.I buy the seed at the local farm supply store for less than $10, and scoop it into the feeder with a plastic water pitcher which I leave in the trash can.

I know it's a lot of money,but believe me, it's worth every penny.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By D. Essenburg on March 23, 2009
I was delighted to find a weather proof feeder, and even happier that it got great reviews (something I always look for). BUT! None of my birds can figure out how to get to the seed. They keep landing on the ring ABOVE the tray that they are supposed to perch on. They can see the food from there, but fly off after they can't find any feeding ports there. I tried sprinkling seed all over the bottom tray, but all that did was get them there to eat that seed, then they fly off without learning how to reach the seed inside the feeder. So sure, it keeps the seed dry. But after 4 months, I've yet to see a bird actually figure out how to get to the seed. A waste of money for me.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By gr8gramma of 10 on February 10, 2008
Being 74 years old, I have purchased many birdfeeders in my time. The "All Weather Feeder" is the best one yet! I bought the 4 quart one, so I don't have to re-fill often. The top part unscrews and it is so easy to fill. The seeds stay dry through rain and snow. It is attractive looking and very durable, too. If you live in a windy area, (it was suggested to me) to use a swivel hook when hanging it in a tree, etc. Also make sure the top ring is screwed down tight. It is a little pricy, but it's well worth it when you start adding up the cost of the moldy seeds you throw away from your other feeders.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Ruby_in_the_Dust on January 24, 2008
Because of the design the seed stays dry even when the rain or sprinklers are coming at it horizontally. The only way the seed can get wet is to spray from beneath it or if is very foggy, but because the seed is eaten from the bottom, any seed that may get damp gets eaten 1st so less chance of mold. Also since the seed portal is at the bottom, just as many birds can feed when the seed gets low, so goes longer between refills.

Very sturdy, hangs or and has OPTIONAL pole adapter (sold seperately) so it can be pole mounted. Mine is pole mounted with a squirrel baffle so not sure what damage a squirrel can do if the OPTIONAL squirrel cage is not purchased. Took the mourning doves a while to figure out they can sit on the tray and eat, birds much larger than them might find it difficult to eat since there is not much space between the tray and feeder portal rim. Seen finches, chickadees, titmouse, doves, warbler, juncos, etc. feed off this.

Replacement parts available and order form is on back of paper sleeve that is around the large seed cylinder. So if a part is lost or damaged you can another one. Not a cheap feeder but may pay for itself with the fact no moldy seed.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By C. Upton on July 7, 2008
I purchased this feeder a year ago because I was tired of the seed molding in my feeder and becoming smelly and nasty and a potential health issue for the birds. The sprinkler system was the culprit. I am glad I spent the extra money for the feeder. It has survived about 10 crashes to the stone area below the feeder due to the racoons trying their best to knock it off and crack it open. They have chewed it everywhere they can and it is still in good condition. It has character. I am now ordering the squirrel cage to see if that deters any of my pesty non-bird feeding friends. Its a really durable feeder and if the racoons and squirrels don't empty it - I imagine it stays filled for a long time. I give it 5 stars. In my yard if it survives a year that is saying something. Quality.
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We bought two 6 quart All Weather Feeders. The birds love them. We must have smart birds, because they all figured out how to get to the feed quickly. My husband likes them because he does not have to fill them as often as our other feeders. There is also very little waste of bird feed, either by bad weather or by being lost on the ground.
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