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new stand and fill feeder I got... #8363838 08/26/21 03:40 AM
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I had noticed a stand and fill feeder in a neighbor's driveway on numerous occasions over the last two years and was always hoping to say hello and find out if he sold them or something...or was just an avid hunter who happen to have a lot of feeders delivered to his house. I went and inspected one at the end of his driveway a couple weeks back and looked up the company name, Outdoor Addiction Products. I wrote them and asked if they had someone in my neighborhood that works for them. I got a reply from the owner who is my neighbor! We met and talked shop for a bit and I told him I was replacing all my ladder filled feeders and was very impressed with the design. I told him I wanted to buy one and try it out. I took one out to the ranch and set it up a few days ago. I'm really digging the design of it, and wanted to make a little video to let folks know about it.



You can check out more pics and other products (hog traps, custom metal work, and even brisket jerky!) at: www.OAHunting.com

I'm always delighted to see and support products made in Texas, and I enjoy shopping local when I can. 8 houses down doesn't get any more local! LOL!

Hope y'all liked the video!


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Re: new stand and fill feeder I got... [Re: Son of a Blitch] #8363841 08/26/21 03:48 AM
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My brother and I each have one of those feeders, this will be their 3rd year in service. Solar works great, timer works great, motor works great BUT, corn can get between the spinner and varmint plate and jam the spinner and prevent it from spinning. I showed up opening morning last year to my feeder not going off. I spent 15 minutes sitting on the ground with a machete sliding corn out from under the spinner. It’s a tedious process because you have to work your way around the feeder, all 4 sides and if you move the spinner, more corm comes out of the funnel.

We were there last weekend after not being there for about 6-8 weeks and both were working fine.

If you talk to him again, I’d love to hear if others have this problem and how to prevent it.


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Re: new stand and fill feeder I got... [Re: Son of a Blitch] #8363947 08/26/21 11:34 AM
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Cost?

Looks similar to the ones ASF builds for buc-cees


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Re: new stand and fill feeder I got... [Re: Son of a Blitch] #8363962 08/26/21 11:42 AM
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You are one lucky SOB. cheers

Re: new stand and fill feeder I got... [Re: Son of a Blitch] #8364052 08/26/21 01:26 PM
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That’s pretty cool

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Re: new stand and fill feeder I got... [Re: Scott W] #8364330 08/26/21 04:49 PM
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Originally Posted by Scott W
If you talk to him again, I’d love to hear if others have this problem and how to prevent it.


I'll definitely ask him about that and get back with ya. up

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Re: new stand and fill feeder I got... [Re: ILUVBIGBUCKS] #8364419 08/26/21 05:47 PM
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Originally Posted by ILUVBIGBUCKS
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Looks similar to the ones ASF builds for buc-cees



Looks to be a dead ringer for the Bucees model for sure. Nothing original at all .

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Originally Posted by Jgraider
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Cost?

Looks similar to the ones ASF builds for buc-cees



Looks to be a dead ringer for the Bucees model for sure. Nothing original at all .

Buc-ee's is made by All Seasons and you can buy them from an All Seasons dealer if they have them in stock....well not right now maybe as they are on backorder. I don't think AS was the first to make that style feeder either.


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Originally Posted by stxranchman
Originally Posted by Jgraider
Originally Posted by ILUVBIGBUCKS
Cost?

Looks similar to the ones ASF builds for buc-cees



Looks to be a dead ringer for the Bucees model for sure. Nothing original at all .

Buc-ee's is made by All Seasons and you can buy them from an All Seasons dealer if they have them in stock....well not right now maybe as they are on backorder. I don't think AS was the first to make that style feeder either.


I think Lamco came out with it first.

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While picking up some protein feeders, I looked at the ASF version, at ASF - just too rickety for me. I think this Outdoor Addictions might be a little more solid built, especially at the access door to the inside. I'll check them out in person if the local gun shop carries them again, as he did a little while back.

Thanks for posting the video!


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Re: new stand and fill feeder I got... [Re: stxranchman] #8368712 08/30/21 01:31 PM
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Originally Posted by stxranchman
Originally Posted by Jgraider
Originally Posted by ILUVBIGBUCKS
Cost?

Looks similar to the ones ASF builds for buc-cees



Looks to be a dead ringer for the Bucees model for sure. Nothing original at all .

Buc-ee's is made by All Seasons and you can buy them from an All Seasons dealer if they have them in stock....well not right now maybe as they are on backorder. I don't think AS was the first to make that style feeder either.



Lady at ASF told me they do not sell the buc-cees feeder and make it specially for them only.
They do sell another 600 lb stand and fill but it is slightly different and a little heavier built......and cost a bit more than the buc-cees models.


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