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Cottonseed Feeders #7260183 08/18/18 11:32 AM
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What are using? Dimensions and materials? Pictures of course, thanks!


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There have been some old threads on here about what they used. Most use V-mesh or 2x4 non-climb wire hoops. Put a single T-post in the middle to hold the feeder hoop in place and upright. With one post it allows the deer to push the feeder hoop around to get to the last cottonseed left inside. I have a neighbor down the highway from me that is using the bunk style cattle feeders you can get at feed stores or McCoys in my area. His are 8-10' long and made out of heavy duty plastic for the bunk and galvanized pipe for the frame and legs. He fills his with a skidsteer and shovel. Search the internet there are a lot of pictures of what people are using.



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Re: Cottonseed Feeders [Re: Ranch Dog] #7260866 08/19/18 02:57 AM
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Thanks, guys. Think I'm going to continue with protein after reading more about it.


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