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All Seasons Feeders Broadcast Feeder with Solar Panel

Item # 776558
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Key Features

  • Sight glass for food level monitoring

  • Heavy gauge galvanized metal body

  • 7' legs with secure anchoring pins

  • Patented hopper design

Our Price   $449.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
This 300-lb. Broadcast Feeder with sight glass is made of heavy gauge galvanized metal for years of reliable feeding. Solar panel helps feeder retain power. Built-in feed timer feeds 1-6 times a day and features a rechargeable 12V control unit. Long 7' legs with drive pins to anchor feeder to the ground. Patented hopper design.

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All Seasons Feeders Broadcast Feeder with Solar Panel

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Almost 10years now and it's still going

By Bill

from Houston, TX

About Me Advanced


  • Easy To Use
  • Heavy Duty
  • Repairable
  • Waterproof


    Best Uses

      Comments about All Seasons Feeders Broadcast Feeder with Solar Panel:

      I've had this thing in the field for almost ten years now and it is unstoppable. The hogs have knocked it over a few times now and after a few repairs it still works like a charm. I've had other feeders in other places that have been damaged or had holes eaten into them by squirrels and replaced a few times over. The cost to replace those have exceeded the price of this one. I would have been better off buying another one of these in the first place. Platic feeders break all the time...save your money and get this one. It will be the last one you buy.

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