Shepherd's Crook - Bird Feeder Hanging Hook
The Harrod Shepherd's Crook is ideal for hanging bird feeders and garden lanterns, made using solid steel rod and available in degreased steel which develops an even rust finish or powder coated matt black.
Made by us in the UK
Designed and manufactured by us in the UK, the Shepherd's Crook is an attractive addition to any garden, looks great in borders, and using solid 12mm steel rod it's made to last.
The crooks measure 2.1m overall with 0.3m designed to be pushed into ground for stability giving 1.8m height above ground. Available in 2 finishes - Natural Rust which is supplied in degreased steel which quickly develops an even rust finish and matt black powder coated.
Available as single crooks, or buy a pack of 2 and SAVE £3!
- Designed and manufactured in the UK by us.
- Solid 12mm steel rod
- Natural Finish & Matt Black Finish available
- Stands 1.8m above ground - 0.3m pushes into the ground
- Distance between upright and hook is approx. 18cm - 7"
- Ideal for hanging bird feeders or garden lanterns
- Attractive design - perfect in borders
- Buy 2 & Save £3!
The metal shepherds crooks came on time and were as described online. Very pleased - now in use as bird feeders (squirrel proof) and as solar light holders.
I have now bought several of these for myself and friends/family. They are made of high quality steel and are very robust so can support a wide range of bird feeders. They can be sited almost anywhere giving good flexibility in siting your feeders.
Though a squirrel managed to climb almost up, he was unable to reach the food. We should save a lot of money on bird food. I can put it in a variety of places in sight of the kitchen window and without difficulty. Much pleasure while working there.
What The Press Say
Grow Your OwnOctober 2015
Pick of the Crop
Shepherd's crook bird feeder - this shepherd's crook is a beautiful feature for any garden. It's made using a solid steel rod which is decorative and functional. The feeder can be hung from the crook and allows birds to enjoy their feast without disturbances.