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Lifetime Care is our support commitment to you, our customer.

If you need advice or help just give us a call or drop us an email, real people answer the phone during business hours.

Should you ever need a replacement part covered under our warranty, we will happily provide it for free and the shipping is on us. No one else in the industry does that for you!

SUET-LOVING BIRDS

Working Great So Far

SquirrelBuster® Suet
★★★★★
I bought this a few weeks ago after getting tired of having squirrels haul off with entire suet cakes from the cages. This Squirrel Buster Suet feeder is working out great. It's extremely sturdy and well made, and the weights are adjustable, like the rest of the Squirrel Buster line. The local Downy and Hairy Woodpeckers visit it all day long. I've watched squirrels trying to find a way in, but they haven't succeeded. A minor issue: the bright yellow inner holders are somewhat unattractive, especially in a natural setting where some of us prefer to have the feeders somewhat blend into the background. Also, I've been able to deter House Sparrows from mobbing it by dangling some thin wire down the sides. This feeder has made all the difference in being able to keep a steady supply of suet for the local native birds -- well worth it for us!
- Stella B

Disappointed

SquirrelBuster® Suet
★★★☆☆
Have had it 3 weeks now and only the downie has figured it out. The pileated and hairy woodpeckers tried it repeatedly and gave up never getting to the small space where suet is accessible. The suet DOESN'T drop down, it is frozen so once depleated I have to bring it in, chop away at the suet and push it down the best I can. All in all, an expensive disappointment.
- Christine Kearsley