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Texas Hunter feeder #5950974 09/28/15 08:56 PM
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Do any of you have any reviews on the Texas Hunter feeder?


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Weve used the older models with no problems. I don't have them anymore but wouldn't hesitate to buy them again...


Originally Posted by BMD
No doubt about the AR crap, just damn shame hunters don't have self control and knowledge


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I have that motor... Love it, had cows knock it over and stomp on it and no problems. Have been using it for 5 years now, I bought a moultree solar panel and a 12 volt battery will last years, I have a battery in it now from last November and still reads good voltage

Re: Texas Hunter feeder [Re: ijohnston] #5960958 10/05/15 01:11 AM
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5 stars….we have 7 or 8 of them for 3 years and have had ZERO problems

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By far the best I have ever used. Well worth the money. You won't regret it.


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Originally Posted By: Texsun
The three things you need in life are a good doctor, lawyer and taxidermist.

Re: Texas Hunter feeder [Re: ijohnston] #5974522 10/13/15 02:28 AM
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Yep for a company that started out with very cheap stuff many years ago, they've built pretty reliable stuff for the last 10 years or so. (Since the new buyers took over). I've walked up to old feeders that look like hell, but if there's a charge in the battery and one of those timers, the darn thing works.

Real nice showroom and warehouse, close to where I used to work, on I35. They started in a real dump over off Fredericksburg Road and I10.


...and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moveth upon the earth. Gen. 1:28
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Great feeder spinners if your area doesn't have mud dobbers. If you do, you'll need to put some caulk or steel wool in the offset holes on either side near the top of the door. The dobbers will make a happy home in there pdq unless THP changed their housing design in the last few years.

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I have one and it works great. No issues. Has kept perfect time for the past few years


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I have had eight for about 15 years. When I had to buy two to set up at a different place, I bought Texas Hunter. Can't be beaten by anything I've ever used !

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