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Question on Monarch Stubby feeder? #8413563 10/11/21 03:44 AM
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Anyone have one? Has a similar plate now like the Lamco low and throw. Just seeing if anyone has any info or reviews on their quality?

Re: Question on Monarch Stubby feeder? [Re: Gatorpoint] #8415909 10/12/21 11:23 PM
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I have seen them on display at the local hardware store. They look well made and I like the design of them. I do not like the tubing legs they have though. They look cheap but they may be better quality material than I am giving them credit for. If it is heavier wall pipe then that is much better IMO. IIRC the motor and timer are inside the hopper. Don't like that but it is varmint proof that way.


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