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NOTICE: We are currently back ordered on this FP-4S Feeder Pole System for 2 weeks. If you want to order one do so and we will give you the status as to when you can expect delivery!
This is one of the best ways we know of for setting up a great feeding station right in your own back yard and it allows easy access for the widest variety of birds. The system comes with everything you need and includes easy to follow instructions as well as a YouTube video that will show you how to set this system up in less than 5 minutes.
One of the best features is the squirrel proof tipping baffle which stops pesky squirrels, raccoons and other small animals from getting on the feeders. If they try to come up from the ground it stops them and if they try to jump onto the baffle it tips and they fall off. They quickly learn they can not get on the feeders and instead feed on the ground for any dropped seeds. It's a GREAT Solution!!
The system comes with a very generous anchor foot that goes into the ground and keeps the pole system upright and in place (see instruction video and sheet).
We've used a lot of different methods over the years and this is one of the best!
The picture shows the 4 station system with our basic 4 feeder package (feeders sold separately).
Feeding birds is a fantastic way to view the wonders of nature. This feeding pole system allows you to do so quickly and easily. We think you'll love it!
Posted by John and Michelle Henry on 18th Jun 2017
I came across the Peter's Feeders YouTube video on how to put together and install his 4-Station Pole System while I was doing a general search on how to assemble another 4-Station Pole system that we were thinking of buying. He sold me with the quick, easy assembly. We ended up purchasing on Sunday. Peter's Feeders had the product shipped out that day and it arrived on Wednesday. My husband and I assembled it that afternoon. The instructions were clear, concise, and easy to follow. It took us 15 minutes to assemble. The anchoring system is very sturdy, the baffle stops the squirrels in their tracks, and we are now happily watching the birds come and feed every morning. We also love that it is made in the USA and that we are supporting a small business. The only criticism I can make is the quality of the brown small screws that came with the kit. They were poor quality and easily stripped as we screwed them into the poles, leaving the connection between the poles wobbly. We had to take them out and ended up using the set of regular small metal screws which worked perfectly. They screwed in with no problem and sturdily secured the poles together. Thank you, Peter, for making this terrific product! We will be buying another one soon!
Posted by Roger Hayes on 5th Dec 2016
I've been feeding birds for decades and have used various methods of deploying feeders. Nothing to my experience equals this four-station pole system. It is very sturdy, anchored to the ground splendidly, and holds up to four feeders with the option of more from four interior hooks. Some poles on the market are anchored to the ground with an auger system that extends only an inch or two from the pole. The bottom piece of this system has four flanges that extend outward farther than the auger systems I've seen, and once pounded into the ground it is sturdy by itself. The pole is further stabilized by four additional anchor pegs, making it more sturdy than one would believe possible. The weight of my feeders, which made my old pole flex from side to side, are held easily. Setup was easy after reviewing enclosed instructions and watching the accompanying video, which shows the entire process. The two arms on top with hooks differ in height by a few inches, which offers the opportunity to "stair step" feeders with higher ones in back so that birds can be viewed regardless which feeder they're using. My old system had two hooks; with this one I can expand my feeder station with various types of feeders, hopefully attracting additional species. I may expand the system further by adding an additional four-station pole next year.