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ants in feeder #5959940 10/04/15 01:14 PM
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How do yal keep them out of your feeders? I think they are just red ants and not fire ants. They are all over crawling around funnel and spinner so im imagining there are tons in the feeder.


Re: ants in feeder [Re: magspa] #5967211 10/08/15 01:13 PM
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IF they aren't in you motor I probably wouldn't worry about it. If you are, empty corn, refill, put grease around the legs. Should do the trick. I've never had ants, but I keep my legs greased for the critters. Weavils are are a different story though. Good luck. Happy hunting.

Re: ants in feeder [Re: magspa] #5976601 10/14/15 10:13 AM
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Agree on the grease.


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