Moultrie Feeder Quick Lids
Fit tightly? I don't think so.
Don't expect these lids to be heavy gauge plastic and fit tightly around the top of the feeder. The lids are relatively flimsy, and you should plan on tying, or strapping, them down in some way. I bought them because I was tired of water pooling on the lids of my feeders, and the metal lids that come with the Moultrie feeders are difficult to remove without a wrench and some elbow grease. Although I don't think the lids will keep the hungry squirrels and raccoons out, I did use a ratchet strap to secure the lid, and it seems to work well enough for now. Again, not having the water pool on the top of the feeder was my main requirement.
October 24, 2013
I bought this lid for my feeder under the impression that it would snap on and fit securely, that is not the case! I put the lid on my feeder as soon as I got it and it did not fit snug at all, I will be returning this product in the next couple of days.
August 18, 2010
I bought 2 of these for my moultrie feeders. They worked great for a month or 2. About the 3rd time I filled feeders the plastic cracked and now they leak. I am looking for some metal caps now.
January 14, 2010
This is the 2nd lid I purchased. The other lid is 3 years old. It does not crack and stays on a 55 Gal drum very tight. It is also very water tight.You must have a perfect round top.
October 12, 2010