These suet feeders are handmade in our Tillamook, Oregon warehouse. Made of western alder. Each log is approximately 9" high x 4 1/2" to 5" in diameter, but size may vary. Six (6) feeding holes (1 1/4" diameter) to fill with suet, with staple at top for hanging.
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Apr 29, 2014 | By Elizabeth Walker
This is poorly engineered The holes are too wide in diameter and too shallow to hold the suet in. They should have ben angled downward to keep the suet from falling out and being too easy for any kind of bird to knock it out. There could have been more holes, also.
I like this feeder
Feb 11, 2015 | By Carol Blaser
I use this natural looking feeder. For homemade suet which is softer than store bought. I think this item is mis-named as I make a peanut butter and seed suet mixture and it works absolutely fantastic! The birds love clinging to a log and gobble it up, especially this awful New England winter. The holes would hold more if deeper and this would be a good improvement, but it does work, just not on solid suet mixtures. This would be a good gift for a birder.