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#5560491 - 01/23/15 02:00 PM Platinum Feeders
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I am looking at getting a new gravity feeder I am considering one of the feeders made by Platinum Feeders over in Kerville.

I would like to hear what your thoughts are on their feeders from anyone who have one or have used them before.

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#5561167 - 01/23/15 08:14 PM Re: Platinum Feeders [Re: DustyWyoming]
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I'm just not a fan of that style of legs for a gravity protein feeder. I use the Crossfire Low Profile feeder that are built in Uvalde. I like the base for extra sturdiness. My supplier,J&L Sales,in Cross Plains is a dealer for both companies. Give them a call and visit about the two style/brands. J&L doesn't show Platinum on their website but they are listed by Platinum as a dealer.

http://www.jandlsales.com
254-725-6531
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#5565245 - 01/26/15 10:28 AM Re: Platinum Feeders [Re: DustyWyoming]
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Thanks I'll give them a call

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