PEANUT BUTTER BIRD FEEDER - Simple & Effective Recycled Poly - Amish Handmade in USA
Amish HandcraftedPEANUT BUTTER
HANGING BIRD FEEDER
WEATHERPROOF RECYCLED POLY
Bright Color Combinations
The worst thing about bird feeders is refilling them. Well, it can not be any easier than with our beautiful Peanut Butter hanging feeders!
Songbirds like bluebirds, chickadees, wrens and even woodpeckers all love the taste and protein of peanut butter. You will love how fast and easy it is to hang and refill! Simply lather peanut butter on each side's game board design and sit back and enjoy as the sweet fragrance draws them in! Feeder has four (4) posts on which feeding birds can perch and an overhanging roof.
Manufactured at an old order Amish homestead, this bird feeder is meticulously handcrafted from high density poly plastic to stand the test of time and use. Poly lumber is made of recycled high-density polyethylene materials. It resists splintering and rotting. No need for chemical weatherproofing treatments. It is also impervious to normal wood-destroying pests.
Bright and beautiful high quality poly plastic will last FOREVER! Unlike department store versions, these are individually handmade utilizing generational techniques and high quality materials.
- Stainless steel hardware
- Colorful poly certain to brighten your backyard
- Ready to hang with a securely attached, stainless steel chain
- Easy to clean with simple soap & water
- Fade, Rot & Insect Proof
- Eco-friendly made from recycled plastic bottles
- 3 choices of bright, beautiful color combinations (custom slightly addtnl)
- Retains bright crisp colors forever, unlike wood
For custom colors, please specify at checkout (roof/walls) & allow for slight additional time.
Contact us for BULK ORDERS!
AMISH HANDMADE in the USA
PLEASE NOTE: Each is individually handmade-to-order by Amish craftsmen guaranteeing you a unique, true one-of-a-kind piece. Please allow up to 7-10 business day manufacturing time. Also as a result, while items are shipped carefully and quickly, tracking information may take longer than usual to “catch up”.
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