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Deer Feeder

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by HEMI 27, Nov 26, 2006.

  1. HEMI 27

    HEMI 27

    Dec 23, 2005
    I know the laws on hunting over bait, that not why I want one.

    At the end of this season I want to place a feeder on our land to keep and attract new meat for next year.
    I thought about building one but decided was gonna just buy one and then go from there.

    I have been looking At Bass Pro Shops and there are a TON of these things.

    Anybody prefer a certain make/model?
    Also how often do you have to refill these things?

  2. I agree on the moultire or an outfit out texas that has jumbo feeder that 1> don't get knocked over 2> the chute doesn't get clogged.

    price can be high but you get what you pay for. Also don't forget mineral licks, deer need this along with feed to stay health and to grow big horns ;)
  3. BrianDamage

    BrianDamage YouTalkin'ToMe?

    Jul 16, 2000
    Hartselle, AL
    I've got one of these

    I love it. Not sure if I linked to the exact same one (they have 2 sizes) but mine hold 200 lbs of feed, seperated into 2 sides. I fill one side with corn, one side with soybeans. I have the solar charger for the battery. Feed last about 3 weeks + if I set it to run twice a day.

    The main thing I like is that I don't own a 4-wheeler, and most feeders require one to stand on to fill it up. Mine I just climb the steps and I'm good :thumbsup:
  4. GeorgiaGlockMan

    GeorgiaGlockMan Aggie in Exile.

    Nov 18, 2003
    Bad-Lands Ranch