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#6196545 - 02/23/16 08:39 PM Picked up another Redneck T-Post Feeder
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On clearance at Dicks, regular $109.99, sales price of $69.99. Can't wait to set these out mobilely during season..

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#6199920 - 02/26/16 08:04 AM Re: Picked up another Redneck T-Post Feeder [Re: DQ Kid]
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Do they work well? Any issues with the squirrels chewing on them on anything?
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#6199937 - 02/26/16 08:19 AM Re: Picked up another Redneck T-Post Feeder [Re: DQ Kid]
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Don't know yet, what I've read is to put them on a 5-6' t-post and place PVC around the t-post below the mounting to discourage coons and presumably squirrels from climbing the t-post.

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#6199943 - 02/26/16 08:26 AM Re: Picked up another Redneck T-Post Feeder [Re: DQ Kid]
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Originally Posted By: DQ Kid
Don't know yet, what I've read is to put them on a 5-6' t-post and place PVC around the t-post below the mounting to discourage coons and presumably squirrels from climbing the t-post.


Ahhhhh.....ok! I was under the impression from your title that you already had 1 or more in use. Report back when you put it in use and let us know. Been debating getting a couple of these.
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#6200011 - 02/26/16 09:12 AM Re: Picked up another Redneck T-Post Feeder [Re: DQ Kid]
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Don't think the PVC will help with coons as they nothing but time on their hands when it comes to free meals. Quick internet search found these of coon proof or less problem type feeders.





From I have heard about them is they are not 80# corn capicity, but more in the line of 50#. So Protein wise they won't hold a bag at 10% less. If squirrels can get to them, they will eventually chew a hole in them.
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#6200039 - 02/26/16 09:27 AM Re: Picked up another Redneck T-Post Feeder [Re: stxranchman]
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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
Don't think the PVC will help with coons as they nothing but time on their hands when it comes to free meals. Quick internet search found these of coon proof or less problem type feeders.





From I have heard about them is they are not 80# corn capicity, but more in the line of 50#. So Protein wise they won't hold a bag at 10% less. If squirrels can get to them, they will eventually chew a hole in them.


Careful now, you're going to get Sniper's blood pressure way up there by posting these coon pictures!
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#6200042 - 02/26/16 09:29 AM Re: Picked up another Redneck T-Post Feeder [Re: rabbit_jack]
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Originally Posted By: stxranchman
Don't think the PVC will help with coons as they nothing but time on their hands when it comes to free meals. Quick internet search found these of coon proof or less problem type feeders.





From I have heard about them is they are not 80# corn capicity, but more in the line of 50#. So Protein wise they won't hold a bag at 10% less. If squirrels can get to them, they will eventually chew a hole in them.


Careful now, you're going to get Sniper's blood pressure way up there by posting these coon pictures!

That is his feeder..... grin
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#6200291 - 02/26/16 11:41 AM Re: Picked up another Redneck T-Post Feeder [Re: DQ Kid]
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STX, we'll have to see on the coons, I've got no squirrels out my way that I've ever seen. These will purely be in season feeders for me and taken down in off season so I don't mind filling them up weekly in season. Will be interesting to see how they perform and whether the deer take to them. Plan to use one on the edge of my foodplot, hoping for some continuous activity at it..

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#6200517 - 02/26/16 02:11 PM Re: Picked up another Redneck T-Post Feeder [Re: DQ Kid]
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Here's another photo of coons standing on one another to reach the corn. This came from TBH website.
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#6200518 - 02/26/16 02:13 PM Re: Picked up another Redneck T-Post Feeder [Re: DQ Kid]
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Here's another photo of coons standing on one another to reach the corn. This came from TBH website.
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