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BIRD FEEDING

Large Volume Bird Feeder

» LARGE VOLUME BIRD FEEDER

» Ground Feeder for soft foods

This has been specially developed for ground feeding species such as Robins, Yellowhammers, Dunnocks,

Blackbirds, etc., which prefer not to use hanging feeders. They are referred to as soft food eaters. The main features

of the soft food silo are its excellent stability and ease of use. It is a simple matter to clean and re-fill it, by removing

the cover.

Siting: Sheltered places such as in hedges and under trees and bushes.

Suitable soft food: For the species referred to above it is advisable to use special soft food such as dried berries,

raisins and currants, oats, fruit cut into small pieces and dried meat. Sunflower seeds are less suitable. Alternatively

you can use the special fat-rich soft food that has been specially developed for the ground feeder, shown on page 75

(Order No. 00 258/7).

Material: SCHWEGLER wood-concrete.

Dimensions: width 32 x depth 32 x height 31 cm.

Volume: 9 litres (supplied without food)

Colour: olive-green

Weight: approx. 12 kg.

Order No. 00 237/2

» Birdfeeder Model 8

Round food silo made of soft thermoplastic, with very large capacity. Ideal for professional use. Placing the feeders

in a circle and at the same level causes the least disturbance between the animals, which are much less likely to try

and drive each other away from the feeding site. They are re-filled by simply removing the loop of galvanized wire

and taking off the top. This makes cleaning a very quick process. A tried and tested feeder that has been part of our

range for several decades. The base is weighted to ensure that it hangs securely without any excessive movement

even when empty or half empty. We recommend that it should only be filled with a sunflower seed mixture. Fat-rich

food or peanuts are not suitable and special feeders are available for this purpose.

Examples of suitable food can be found on page 75, e.g. Order nos. 00 575/5, 00 581/6 or 00 580/0.

Items supplied: feeder silo without food, incl. metal mounting loop. 7 feeding ports.

Material: white plastic container with black roof.

Dimensions: l 36 cm x H 32 cm plus hanger.

Volume: 13 litres (supplied without food).

Weight: approx. 3.5 kg (without food).

Order No. 00 235/8

» Birdfeeder Model 9

Round feeder silo made of translucent plastic. Placing the feeders in a circle and at the same level causes the least

interference among the feeding animals. The feeders are re-filled by simply removing the loop of galvanized wire and

taking off the top. This makes cleaning a very quick process. A tried and tested feeder that has been part of our range

for several decades. The base is weighted to ensure that it hangs securely without any excessive movement even

when empty or half empty. We recommend that it should only be filled with a sunflower seed mixture. Fat-rich food or

peanuts are not suitable and special feeders are available for this purpose.

Examples of suitable food can be found on page 75, e.g. Order nos. 00 575/5, 00 581/6 or 00 580/0.

7 feeding ports

Material: white/transparent plastic container with black roof.

Dimensions: l 26 cm x H 27 cm plus hanger. Volume: 7 litres (supplied without food).

Weight: approx. 2 kg (without food).

Order No. 00 236/5

Our large SCHWEGLER feeders ("Silos") can be used over longer periods without requiring re-filling. This can be an advantage, for example, during

long absences or if the feeder is proving particularly popular, because regular feeding places should always offer a consistent supply of food,

especially during periods of frost and snow.

In addition this minimizes disputes between the animals, because they are able to feed at various places instead of all having to obtain their food

within a relatively small space.

The silo structure prevents Bird droppings collecting in the food, which can cause the spread of such dangerous pathogens as salmonella

(Parathyphus) and lead to the death of our feathered friends.

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