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Droll Yankees DROJGA JGA Jagunda Feeder With Auger
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- Squirrel proof, pole mounted platform, hopper style feeder great for cardinals
- Threaded adapter allows an additional feeder to be mounted on top
- UV stabilized polycarbonate, won't yellow with age, dependably durable
- Rust resistant pole now includes the ultimate pole auger with lever extension arms for extra easy installation in all soil types
- Sturdy 7.5 feet long, 1-inches outside diameter; rotating port regulator adjusts seed flow for any type seed, reduces waste
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|Item Dimensions||12 x 18.5 x 18.5 inches|
|Manufacturer Part Number||21964603038|
|Shipping Weight||12.15 pounds|
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The Jagunda Feeder features a unique squirrel proof design. The clear polycarbonate feeder tray doubles as a pole-mounted squirrel baffle to prevent squirrels from reaching the seed. The feeder reservoir has a large six quart capacity. The 15" feeder cover shelters birds while protecting seed from the weather. The Jagunda mounts easily on the included 7.5' black steel pole. Use the included 17.5" long pole auger to keep your pole mounted securely in the ground. A 3/4" Threaded Pole Adaptor is also included for mounting a tube feeder on the top of the pole in addition to the Jagunda.
Top Customer Reviews
CHAPTER 2:It is now mid-April 2014. The situation has run out of hand! This Jagunda has become so popular that I get as many as 10 squirrels feeding from the seed droppings on the ground and scores of blackbirds and pigeons pushing around on the feeder tray. The result is that I had to spend $12 every 2 days to buy 20-pound bags of wild bird feed.
As I am on a retired budget, I had to stop using this feeder, but I still have another hanging pole tube feeder from the same company without a feeder platform that is being used more by bluejays, finches and cardinals. This one is 90% squirrel proof and uses less feed because of the perches.