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For you guys wondering about pig pipes #7679452 12/04/19 02:03 PM
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Pulled this off of my game camera a few years ago.
It shows how a pig pipe can keep them in the area longer.
I usually put a gallon of corn in the pipe at one time.
A gallon will usually keep the pigs occupied for 3-4 hours if they stay on it solid.



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Re: For you guys wondering about pig pipes [Re: Vern1] #7681391 12/06/19 01:13 PM
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Yes they work. I have one I'm not using any more!

Re: For you guys wondering about pig pipes [Re: White Falcon] #7681500 12/06/19 02:47 PM
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White Falcon you have a PM. Thanks Daniel







Re: For you guys wondering about pig pipes [Re: DLALLDER] #7685625 12/10/19 10:53 PM
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I've set them out, piled corn around it and simply cannot get the pigs to pay them any attention. They'll eat what the feeder drops then move on their way. I've seen videos and heard tales of them working, but I can't figure out how to get them started with it. Any suggestions on that?

Re: For you guys wondering about pig pipes [Re: Vern1] #7685721 12/11/19 12:05 AM
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I've tried pipes but I have done a little better just digging a post hole a couple feet deep and filling it with corn.


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