Moultrie® Easy Fill Tripod Feeder
The Moultrie® Easy Fill Tripod Feeder delivers great game feeding performance that's easy to use. Standing 6' tall when fully assembled, the E-Z Fill is just that, easy to fill from ground level. Feeder unit features a built-in metal varmint guard and funnel to prevent damage caused by hungry and curious creatures. The easy-to-access control box encases a precise digital timer and battery, keeping it away from feed and dust. Programmable digital timer. 30 gallon/ 200 lbs. capacity. Weight: 33.7 lbs.
Rated 3.7 out of 5 by 40 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by osvcat Almost Perfect... First off, love the feeder. It's easy to fill, and for the most part keeps rodents and racoons out. My only complaint, and it's a big one, is that if a hog comes by and knocks it over (which can happen to any tripod feeder, even if staked), the wiring that runs from the control box to the feeder unit will be torn out. I called Moultrie, and their customer service was awesome... but I was unable to fix the unit based on the damage done. If I were to buy the unit again, I would more than likely tape the wiring down on the inside of the barrel with multiple layers of duct tape. It's a one dollar fix that would have saved me a huge headache. June 19, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by lonewolf8908 e-z feeder this feeder is good, easy to assemble,but needs a better way to attach the timer unit. it is easiiy stripped if u tighten it to much,so be extra careful when installing it on side of feeder. April 3, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Mountainhunter425 tripod feeder This is one of the best feeders I've used and i've been through alot of'em mines been in the woods for two years and still works like a champ the only problem i've had is deer and squirrels can reach the feeder plate they have to work for it but they are able to spin the plate to get feed out of it but its also an easy fix it just needs a wider guard on it witch you can buy or make one yourself if need be. Definetly getting another one. January 2, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishing79 seems to be made well I just bought this feeder by reading the reviews on it. I did exstra sealing with silacon in all jiont to be put together and in the wiring ports. It wasn't to bad to put together but could have more detailed instuctions for it. But all in all it seems to be a good feeder. December 31, 2011
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Details:After putting mine together I noticed 3 extra (looks like) teflon spacers in the bag with the tie downs for the wires inside the barrell. They look wider than the ones that I installed that came in the bag with the unit parts, but I thought if they are for the unit, why would they be in the bag with the ties for the wires. Anyone else know where these might go? TY
A:Open the lid and pour the corn in. I'm only 5'-9" tall & can just see in the top.
A:open the lid all the way, cut the corner or top of a bag of feed, put the bag on your shoulder and dump it into the top. You can do it from the ground. Sometimes I stand on a log to look down in it. It holds 4 bags of 40 lb corn.
A:Simply open the top of feeder, which is slightly less than 6 feet high, and pour in the corn or other feed. No ladder or step is needed.
I am 5'10" and have no problems pouring in 5 gallon buckets of corn.
A:I just open the 40# bag of cracked corn and lift it over the top and pour it in.
A:I have plastic milk crate I leave at site, as I am only 5ft7in....No problem with 50lb bag of feed.
A:Open the lid and pour the feed in.
A:Squirrels can chew through this material. I had the same problem with another brand feeder made of a similar material.
A:The lid and body are thick, heavy plastic. Hogs chewed on mine and could not chew through the lid or feeder body.
A:They chew the heck out of it. Very easily.
A:We have some of those "sabre toothed squirrels" down here around our parts too. I have had to put epoxy filler on some of my plastic feeder barrels where they chewed/clawed their way through. I don't know if they are on the endangered species list or not, but those sabre toothed varmints are going to meet their creator if I catch them at my feeder this year!
A:6 volt battery. Feeder instructions are for alligator clip/post battery connection.
A:I takes 1 six volt lantern battery. It won't work with a 12 volt. My six volt lasts about six months, usually. You can rig up a solar charger to the unit, and if you use the rechargable six volt, it could last a LOONNGG time.
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