|by royfish||Date Added: Friday 26 July, 2013|
Just make sure you are able to hang it a couple feet off the ground. A Shepherd's crook that is tall or a limb you can reach would be best.
|by Cheryl Sederquist "Cherie"||Date Added: Sunday 07 April, 2013|
I want the squirrels to entertain me; they just want to take the easiest method of getting to the corn! Truly, we had a ball trying to 'outsmart' them so they had to jump on the cob. (We were minimally successful.) But all in all, it was entertaining. (Enough so that I just retrieved last year's model to use in our new home... and figure out how and where to hang it.) I have one suggestion. I 'internet-ordered' cob corn as I didn't know where to purchase it locally. DON'T do it! It cost an arm and a leg. See if there is a Tractor Supply or feed store in your locality and buy it locally. It's more available than I imagined. (Where do you buy bird food? Check there first.)
|by Jamie T. Williams||Date Added: Monday 15 November, 2010|
It came in a timely manner..but I paid much more for it than I would have at a local store here....
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