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Protein Feeder Tube Question #8024838 10/26/20 11:13 PM
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I bought one of those protein drop tubes at Academy to put on a barrel feeder I have, and have never had a protein feeder. I'm wondering how far off the ground are the feed openings the deer eat out of when mounted? I'm guessing around 40" or so but not sure. Thanks.

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40 is good.


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38" is where most of them are placed...I prefer lower than that at around 33"-35" to the bottom of the tube or port opening. Deer can eat much easier if it is a bit lower.


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Thanks!

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