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Best feeder to hand from a tree? #5267003 08/22/14 05:15 PM
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I'm looking for a feeder I can hang from a tree to try out new spots. I want it to to be tough and hold enough corn (at least two bags) with an easy reliable timer, etc. I have used many cheap one but, coons tear them up. Any recommendations?

Re: Best feeder to hand from a tree? [Re: BRYCE] #5267567 08/23/14 12:22 AM
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Hanging Feeder

Found this one with a quick search never used one but it will fit your needs also it's metal so no coon eating it.




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Best is a Sweeney IMO. Have a couple 100lb ones that have been using for years they were used when I got them and are probally 30+ years old and still going strong.

http://www.sweeneyfeeders.com/product/scatter-feeder-100-lb/

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