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#6741777 - 04/21/17 08:56 AM Re: Hog Ball, or similar feeding device [Re: Dave3575]
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Originally Posted By: Dave3575
Keep it simple

Keeping it simple will keep the pigs there for 20-30 minutes to clean up the corn the feeder just dropped, then they move on.

Will they come when the feeder goes off?
Maybe, maybe not if you have already put hunting pressure on them.

A feeder will bring them in.
A pig pipe, barrel or ball will keep them there for hours and hours.
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#6741906 - 04/21/17 11:06 AM Re: Hog Ball, or similar feeding device [Re: ChadTRG42]
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Sounds like pretty good ideas. I've got a bunch of 30 gallon plastic barrels. I might rig up a chain and t-post setup they can push around like a big pig pipe and give it a try.

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