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Cox feeders #7400471 01/10/19 02:59 AM
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Have not hunted in a few years and used to use Cox MFD. timers they were out of Livingston I believe are they still making timers

Re: Cox feeders [Re: rlfisher] #7400561 01/10/19 04:28 AM
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Their website says "coming soon". Not sure what that means...

Re: Cox feeders [Re: rlfisher] #7688478 12/14/19 05:14 AM
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Late response, but I believe they sold the company and new folks are building off their design (and creating a website). The old, old units were analogue, but new ones are usually HCR. The new ones I have are over 12 years old now and still running like a champ. I had a cpl analogue timers go out on some over 25yo and had them swap out with HVR and install solar.

Re: Cox feeders [Re: rlfisher] #7705794 01/02/20 09:37 PM
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They are still making great feeders. The new owner is good to work with I've bought several from him. His number is 936-327-2303


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