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Postby buckcrazy » Thu Apr 27, 2017 3:56 pm

Has anyone used or seen these before? I've been looking at some feeders lately and was thinking of building some troughs but I came across these and liked them so I ordered 4 of them. Very solid and nicely constructed feeder. Should last for a long time. I added a sight window to check the feed level from a distance. They hold 300# of feed. To mount them you use a 4x4 treated post in the ground and place the feeder on the post. The weight of the feed holds it down and sturdy. I'm not trying to endorse them or anything but just wanted to give a heads up on a quality built feeder that you don't have to worry about a timer or spin cast going bad. Cheapest price I found is on sportsmans guides website for about $180. I am a buyers club member so I actually got them for $158 each. Image


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Re: Banks outdoor feeder

Postby jv » Thu Apr 27, 2017 7:45 pm

Looks like it should work alright
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Re: Banks outdoor feeder

Postby gtk » Fri Apr 28, 2017 1:44 pm

thats a heck of a feeder. . i'd go broke keeping feed in it :)
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Re: Banks outdoor feeder

Postby buckcrazy » Sat Apr 29, 2017 2:31 pm

Here it is all set up. Actually would hold a little more than 300# but I ran out of bags. Image


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Re: Banks outdoor feeder

Postby flipper » Sat Apr 29, 2017 4:11 pm

So how do y'all get corn in your feeders? Please don't tell me you climb a ladder.


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Banks outdoor feeder

Postby buckcrazy » Sat Apr 29, 2017 4:28 pm

You can raise the bag up or stand on the 4 wheeler or in the back of the bad boy buggy. The top of the feeder is only about 6' tall. I'm 6'1 and my friend is 6'4 so it's really not that hard. If I had to climb a ladder I wouldn't own that feeder


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