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#5548322 - 01/17/15 11:24 AM Does this qualify as Ag engineering?
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Had a trashcan in the garage and some wood.

Just like that, I now have an incredibly redneck protein feeder. Will be tposted down and tied to a tree.

Over/under on complete collapse is 3 weeks. Will have camera on it to verify.



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#5548355 - 01/17/15 11:53 AM Re: Does this qualify as Ag engineering? [Re: cameron00]
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Looks like Wildgame innovations quality up Hope they don't come after you for some "patent infringement" grin
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#5548358 - 01/17/15 11:56 AM Re: Does this qualify as Ag engineering? [Re: cameron00]
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Fantastic carpenter skills. Why T post just a ratchet strap.

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#5548398 - 01/17/15 12:22 PM Re: Does this qualify as Ag engineering? [Re: cameron00]
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Cool..If I tried that the squirrels would eat the barrel.
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#5548403 - 01/17/15 12:25 PM Re: Does this qualify as Ag engineering? [Re: Harley7892]
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Originally Posted By: Harley7892
Fantastic carpenter skills. Why T post just a ratchet strap.


I believe a ratchet strap would crush the trash can. I think it will work as it you have it, but I think it's life span will be pretty short.
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#5548453 - 01/17/15 01:05 PM Re: Does this qualify as Ag engineering? [Re: Western]
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Have added cross beams all over to strenghen the frame.

It'll be t posted and tied to a tree, but I guarantee the squirrels, coons, and hogs will tear this bad boy up quick.

Should get it all on film. Going to be funny/pathetically sad to watch.

But that's okay. That's all part of the experience.

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#5548461 - 01/17/15 01:12 PM Re: Does this qualify as Ag engineering? [Re: cameron00]
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I think you will be disappointed after a hard rain. If your going to spend the money on protein do it right.

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#5548551 - 01/17/15 03:20 PM Re: Does this qualify as Ag engineering? [Re: cameron00]
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That'll never work!
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#5548680 - 01/17/15 05:01 PM Re: Does this qualify as Ag engineering? [Re: cameron00]
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Well, that's something . . .
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#5557534 - 01/22/15 08:10 AM Re: Does this qualify as Ag engineering? [Re: cameron00]
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Coons are going to eat well

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