YES! 2 feeders for sure.. But when you put up the hog panels I would check to make sure you know how far your feeder is throwing and set the panels a few yards past.. If hogs get a hint of corn they will do their best to tear that fence down!
The hog pipe is a good idea but you have to fill it often.
Hogs will chase away a good portion of the deer activity, and destroy any patterns you have at that feeder once the hogs move in.
This is exactly what I am dealing with now. The boar hogs started moving in a couple years ago and now it seams that the remains have taken up residency on the property. I am guessing the third litter was dropped earlier this summer and they are here to stay.
The deer activity at the feeders has dropped significantly this year.
Anyone selling a hog trap near Azle??