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Clogging Feeder #2504182 08/14/11 10:04 PM
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Anyone else having problems with record rack corn in their feeders? I have 2 spinning feeders and the record rack corn has large 3 inch long, 3/4 inch in diameter pieces of what looks like protein pellets in the sacks with it and it keeps jamming up my funnels. Any ideas?


Re: Clogging Feeder [Re: Dairy Boy] #2504184 08/14/11 10:05 PM
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Ya, don't put it in your feeder. Problem solved. rofl jk


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Sounds like they ran range cubes in the bagger before they bagged their corn and did not clean the lines. I'd call the number on the bag and bring it to their attention that their quality control man is failing on his job.



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Re: Clogging Feeder [Re: Dairy Boy] #2504304 08/14/11 10:55 PM
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Thanks


Re: Clogging Feeder [Re: Dairy Boy] #2504505 08/15/11 12:14 AM
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agreed sounds like cubes - buy one of the plastic barrel screens from academy for your remining bags to filter them out.


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