Do PVC pipe deer feeders work?
You can also use a straight piece of PVC without the elbow and have it a few inches off the ground so when they eat more drops. A friend of mine did that and it worked well.
How long will a 55 gallon deer feeder last?
It depends on how close to the barrel your spinner plate is and whether or not you have a funnel, but throwing 4-5 seconds twice a day a full feeder should between two and three months.
How far off ground should gravity deer feeder be?
Mounts on one 8-foot 4×4 (not included) set 3-feet into the ground. Single post won’t interfere with or damage antler growth. Large, watertight cover makes filling easy and keeps feed fresh. Feed ports stand at an optimal height of 42-inches.
How do you make a 5 gallon bucket for a deer feeder?
There are different ways, but it’s easiest to simply take a rope that you tie to the bucket’s handle and tie it up to the branches of a tree. You can also choose to remove the handle and drill two holes where the handle used to be, then use those holes to tie the bucket to a tree.
How long will a bag of corn last in a deer feeder?
Usually 3-5 seconds per. Your feeder will be out of corn in 2 1/2 weeks.
How long will a bag of corn last for deer?
countryboyky said: 100 lbs lasted about 5 days, with only 4 deer eating it. you have to take into account the 10000000 squirrels and coons. Had 6 coons spend about 3 hrs at it 2 nights ago..
What height should a deer feeder be?
The sides of the roof should be 72 inches or more off the ground to keep any bucks in velvet from hitting their antlers. The sides of the trough should be around 24 inches off the ground to allow fawns to access the feeder.
How high should my deer feeder be?
High as you want. The higher it is, the more spread out it will be. Deer like it spread out, and this keeps them from eating it all up at one time, which means more trips through to eat. And I’m a professional corn feeder.