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Droll Yankees Outdoor Mounting Shepherds Envy Pole

Item# 210-17323849-AF | Model# 17323849 | Added on June 22, 2012 |
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Droll Yankees Outdoor Mounting Shepherds Envy Pole
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Description
Add a feeder to a treeless yard or garden with Droll Yankees’ Shepherd’s Envy Pole. Easy to assemble and arthritic hand-friendly! Simply attach the three 16″ legs to the “no tilt” ground auger for stability, screw the auger into the ground with a simple turning motion, then insert the sturdy, 1″ diameter pole into the auger. This permits pole installation without tearing apart your lawn to make large holes for posts. Add the 16″ arm with locking hook to the top of the pole and hang your bird feeder – especially perfect for the Yankee Flipper. The engaging parts are keyed with a dimple in one and a groove in the other to reduce any motion caused by wind. Galvanized, powder-coated steel construction is rust-resistant. *Note – When assembling your pole, applying Vaseline to the engaging parts will prevent them from sticking together over time. Gender: unisex.
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BRENDA M TENEYCK
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I have several

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This is nice for hanging humming bird feeders in didderent areas of the yard.

December 31st
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