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Are there any "stand and fill" protein feeders? #7679456 12/04/19 02:06 PM
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Are there any "stand and fill" protein feeders?


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Re: Are there any "stand and fill" protein feeders? [Re: Mr. T.] #7679475 12/04/19 02:20 PM
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Yes, All Seasons has some, from 600# all the way up to 2000#. I just ordered 2 1250# on skids to replace my boss buck tall 1000# protein feeders.

Re: Are there any "stand and fill" protein feeders? [Re: Mr. T.] #7679488 12/04/19 02:27 PM
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Thanks, I'll look into those.


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Re: Are there any "stand and fill" protein feeders? [Re: Mr. T.] #7679509 12/04/19 02:45 PM
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I'm working on it, hoping to have some pics about January or so. They will come standard with built in coonhoods

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Been pretty happy with my ALL Seasons 600#. Top is a little over 5ft.

Re: Are there any "stand and fill" protein feeders? [Re: Ramball36] #7679533 12/04/19 03:01 PM
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Originally Posted by Ramball36
I'm working on it, hoping to have some pics about January or so. They will come standard with built in coonhoods



I'd be interested. up


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Re: Are there any "stand and fill" protein feeders? [Re: Creekrunner] #7679597 12/04/19 04:07 PM
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I'm working on it, hoping to have some pics about January or so. They will come standard with built in coonhoods



I'd be interested. up

Me too.


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Love my all seasons 600# as well. Easy to fill (esp when a teenager does it...ha) and great dependability.

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I like the TX Hunter product. It can be filled from the ground, but I much prefer to back up the PU to the feeder and load from the tail gate.

Extremely durable and when empty, easy easy to move around.

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My Lamco 1500# trough feeder can be filled by standing on the trough edge. I don't recommend this for the older guys as the bags need to be lifted over head.



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although I haven't found online, I know that GreenGo makes stand and fill protein feeders. Might check with a dealer closest to you GreenGo Dealers


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I have two of these and they are stand and fill. I bought them 5 years ago and have had absolutely no problems with them. I have drug them through the woods with my ranger and even winched one across a creek and the skids have held up great.

http://www.hbhuntingproducts.com/products/protein-feeders/protein-feeder

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