Acorns are nut like seeds that grow into beautiful oak trees and are a favorite food for squirrels, deer, birds and more. They can also be a nuisance if you have oak trees that drop them onto your property. They can especially be a bother in they are left to sit on concrete because they can cause staining.
You may want to harvest acorns in order to plant new trees or to use them as feed for deer. A common strategy among hunters who hunt on private property is to leave food out for deer so their paths can be more easily pinpointed. Collecting acorns yourself and relocating them to your hunting spot is a good way to put them to good use and save a little money on deer feed sold in stores. No matter your reason, picking them up is made quick and easy with Acorn Bag-A-Nut Harvesters.
Most acorns become mature by the end of summer and start to fall at the beginning of autumn, usually around September or October. Which harvester you need will depend on the size of the actual acorns. If your acorns are between ¼” to 1” inch in diameter, check out our Small Acorn Harvester options. If they are over 1” inch in diameter, you'll need our Large Acorn Harvester options. You'll have 5 choices within each of these categories. If you only have a few trees, the Stab-A-Nut Harvester is perfect. For properties with more trees you can choose from the 12" Classic Flip-Up, 18" Push, 36" Push or the 36" Pull Behind Acorn Pickers. The process of collecting your acorns can be fast, efficient, and even fun!
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