Here in Texas deer feeders are legal. I know some states prohibit them.
This video was taken on the back of the farm. Deer are in the area, I just use the feeder to get them to stand still.
The feeder holds around 300 pounds of corn, and uses a 6 volt battery. Nothing special, but it gets...
while at wally world, passed through sportings good and out in the middle of the aisle there were huge pallets of Deer Corn, it says, Super Filtered and cleaned. 25lbs for $6.50.. Hmmm
anyone doing this?
While putting some corn in the feeders this weekend, my son and I found a feeder that was clogged up. We removed the spinner motor and looked up into the funnel - there was a stick laying across the hole so that no corn could get through.
We had to drain the corn out of the feeder, lay it on...
I was thinking about caching a small stock of deer corn for future use. A 50lb shelled bag is $5. I was thinking about Food saver them and if/when SHTF, and it is middle of winter, I want to be able to easily attract deer to hunt. If they have nothing to eat, and the corn is their only choice...