TECHNOLOGY

Over 3 million happy clients (and well-fed birds) confirm that the patented Squirrel Buster™ system is truly squirrel proof!  Openings in the outside section of the feeder (shroud) align with seed ports, providing birds access to the seed.  When a squirrel climbs onto the feeder, its weight automatically forces the shroud down, closing the seed ports.  Squirrels are foiled, and not harmed in any way.

OUR BIO

Brome Bird Care, located in Knowlton, Quebec, Canada, is home to the Squirrel Buster™ brand of squirrel proof bird feeders. Led by its founder, Paul Cote, and supported by an impressive list of patents, Squirrel Buster feeders have come to be recognized as the leaders in the squirrel proof category.

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Excellent feeder – Well worth the investment

I LOVE the Brome feeders because my squirrel population is fairly annoying and the Brome feeders are an excellent deterrent. Purchased the weather shield add-on for this feeder and am very pleased. Several varieties of birds regularly dine at this feeder!   Twofoxes, January 2016

A company that stands by their product

I have had my squirrel buster plus for 4 years and this year it was pulled down by a large animal ( bear or dear ) the cardinal ring broke. I called Brome to get a replacement and with no questions asked they are replacing it for free. I love a company that stands by their products like this. I have two of these feeders and they really do help to keep the furry little pests from the food.  Pam McAssey

Squirrel Buster Plus

First rate parts, well engineered and assembled with obvious care. Stays dry inside even in windy thunderstorms. I bought a second after getting the first. Completely foils mt very persistent squirels (actually, they have given up). Cardinals and titmice like to hang out on it even when they've eaten their fill. Not at all obtrusive in my yard, which is forest/park looking.   A.Gabrielle