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Bucees EZ fill feeder #7432287 02/12/19 08:41 PM
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Anyone know anything about these feeders?

Re: Bucees EZ fill feeder [Re: CW Knight] #7432528 02/13/19 12:21 AM
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Hard to find and for good reason. Solid feeder for $400



Re: Bucees EZ fill feeder [Re: CW Knight] #7434277 02/14/19 10:16 PM
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you could buy the motor, thrower, and timer and take them to a local welder and have him knock one out for a similar price.

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I bought one the other day. Haven't put it out yet, but thought the price was good enough that worth a test. Only thing I don't like is that the motor is exposed on the bottom. I took a plastic container and used liquid nails to cover. If it gets knocked off, easy to re-apply. Could probably use pvc or something else just as easily. Time will tell.


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Re: Bucees EZ fill feeder [Re: TKandMike] #7434731 02/15/19 02:05 PM
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Originally Posted by TKandMike
you could buy the motor, thrower, and timer and take them to a local welder and have him knock one out for a similar price.


Why bother if it's not saving time or money???



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I bought one this morning too. We shall see.


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it lasted 2 weeks when we got one to see.. The pigs destroyed the exposed motor underneath..we rewelded it and metal screws and again in 2 weeks the pigs tore it up....

Re: Bucees EZ fill feeder [Re: TKandMike] #7435139 02/15/19 07:30 PM
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TKandMike, What's the point of going through the hassle of buying individual parts, finding a welder, and waiting for him to build you one? Couldn't you do that with any feeder, not just this one?

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Ramball can make you a real nice feeder

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Originally Posted by easton1025
it lasted 2 weeks when we got one to see.. The pigs destroyed the exposed motor underneath..we rewelded it and metal screws and again in 2 weeks the pigs tore it up....


Not good. I hope I have better luck. I was more worried about the coons. I wouldn't think a hog of any size would be able to get under there.

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Ramball can make you a real nice feeder


I have one of those too. It's awesome!


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Pigs can only get under the feeder from the two open ends. All it needs is two more cross braces or any size flat bar attached to the open ends. Self tapping screws and it's a 30 second fix

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Re: Bucees EZ fill feeder [Re: CW Knight] #7437040 02/18/19 05:29 AM
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Ok, Bucees gas station??


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Bumping an old thread. I found these locally and was wondering how ya'lls were holding up and working. I have a chance to hunt in Oklahoma this year but they have pigs as well as bear in the area. My thought was to get one of these and maybe weld up the leg area with heavy pig panel, as well as anchor it to the ground. I'm curious does it ever get stopped up with that plate under there?

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