Like us, birds enjoy eating a variety of different foods, not just stale bread and seeds. Give them a fresh, fruity banquet with this delightful, wooden apple feeder. No need for chopping or peeling, just stab the rod through the apple to secure, and watch the birdies peck away for hours. Hang in a sheltered spot, preferably hear a window if you are a bird-watching enthusiast, and wait for their fascination to get the better of them. They'll love you for it. (The FSC logo identifies that the wood used does not contribute towards forest destruction, and it is approved by the forest stewardship council.) Please note you will receive one of three designs.
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Weight: 0.200 kg

Height: 7 cm

Width: 20 cm

Length: 20 cm

Brand: Best For Birds (2 Products)

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How fast can an apple vanish? - Deb,

If you want to know the answer can one of these great feeders for your chickens. On the first day of use they looked at it for a good five minutes as Chickens do, then on pecked twice and the others descended like a cockey on eels. Easy to use fun to watch . Love it almost as much as the Chickens!


Apply feeder - Kathryn, Cornwall,

My 3 chooks loved this! I put it high up enough so they had to work a little bit for the fruit. However, it didn't take long so their workout was short!


Excellent fun for my girls - Jane,

My two girls really enjoy chasing the apple feeder to try and get a bite of the apple. The only downside is that apples vanish in a matter of minutes!


Great my chickens love them - Ethan,

They're amazing my chickens love it when I put apples in a specially cabbage great five star!!


Apple Feeder - Unwin,

I bought this item for my chooks and suspended it from a tree in the garden low enough for them to reach. They love pecking at their apples - the wild birds don't really get a look in, as they eat the apples so quickly. The fixing screw at the top fell out, however, we managed to glue it all back together, but I was a little disappointed that it broke so quickly!