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Product DescriptionAll-metal construction, a built-in varmint guard, and a lifetime warranty will keep this nearly indestructible, heavy-duty, 55-gallon feeder working for years. This tripod feeder can hold 400 lbs. of feed. That's enough feed to last six months of constant operation! The Pro Magnum can be programmed to release feed six different times a day for 1 - 20 seconds at a time, training deer to stop at your feeder at the same times every day. Operates on one or two 6-volt batteries (not included). Additional shipping charges apply.
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Q:How long is the legs or how tall is the federAsked on 8/15/2010 by Anonymous from bokchito, ok 74726
A:When assembled the feeder timer was at about eye level, I'm about 6 foot tall.Answered on 12/15/2010 by MC from MN
Q:What solar charger do you use. Is 6 or 12 volt for 2 batteriesAsked on 6/12/2010 by Dave from Spring, Tx.
A:6 VoltAnswered on 6/29/2010 by Woodro from Cypress, Texas
Q:HOW LONG DOES THE BATTERY LAST FEEDING TWO TIMES A DAYAsked on 4/18/2010 by Anonymous
Q:What is the approx. radius that grain is dispensed.Asked on 11/29/2009 by Percolator from Carthage, ms
A:25-30ftAnswered on 1/8/2010 by bs from AR
Q:On the Moultrie website it shows a capacity of 375lbs of feed. On your description it shows 275lbs. Is the 275lb capacity correct?Asked on 9/2/2009 by 71ranger from Fate, TX
A:According to Moultrie's website it does state that this is a 375lb feed capacity.Answered on 9/4/2009 by Matt from Gander Tech
Q:does the barrel have a funnel inside or something else to disperse all the feed?Asked on 8/4/2009 by joe from denmark, sc
A:no it is a flat bottomAnswered on 10/21/2009 by doeslayer from dierks, arkansas
Q:does feeder come with legsAsked on 7/15/2009 by marty from beaumont
A:Yes, 3(sections)poles per leg. stands about 5' to bottom of feeder. The pro magnum takes 2 batteries and they last for months feeding 2 times per day. I set my first one out 3 months ago and it still indicates 100% charge.Answered on 7/21/2009 by steve w from clearwater, Fl.