WTS Boss Buck Protein feeders

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WTS two Boss Buck Protein feeders. . They have been used and function well. Lost my GA lease. Stuart area. willing to travel a short distance to meet someone serious buyer. Also listed on Craigslist.

Info from their website:
350# Capacity Gravity / Protein Feeder - Patent No.: US D543,666 S
Thick wall of HDPE UV Protected plastic
Quick and easy conversion from protein to automatic timer
Hopper weight 30lbs
All galvanized hardware
Lid designed with loose fit to allow proper ventilation
3-Way system has 10" ports with 4" I.D. openings for a deer's muzzle
Approximately holds: 350# Corn / 300# Large Protein Pellets
Converts to Hanging Feeder

Replies

  • FLDXTFLDXT Posts: 2,509 Captain
    How long under normal circumstances does 350lbs of corn last you in one of these?
    Is there anyway to reduce the ports where the corn comes out?
    How do you convert it to an automatic?
    How high are the feeder ports off the ground? Can a hog get to them?
  • nofishtodaynofishtoday Posts: 1,211 Officer
    FLDXT wrote: »
    How high are the feeder ports off the ground? Can a hog get to them?

    Wanna buy ah!! 45-70 fer them fed hogs
  • gator4evergator4ever Posts: 2,554 Captain
    Where do you have the feeders now?

    How old are they??

    I will take them depending on condition and where you are located?
    "sometimes it's OK just to kill a little time" my grandpa 1972
  • FLDXTFLDXT Posts: 2,509 Captain
    Wanna buy ah!! 45-70 fer them fed hogs

    PASS! Just want to make sure that I wouldn't be feeding those darn things.
  • liquid afflictionliquid affliction Posts: 33 Deckhand
    They were on my GA lease for two years and the hogs never bothered them. Yes there are hogs on that property. They have an adjustable chute so you can reduce the feed. Depending on time of year and available food sources (acorn, peanuts, browse), it was not uncommon to get over a month when filled. start with straight corn to get your deer using them.
  • FLDXTFLDXT Posts: 2,509 Captain
    They were on my GA lease for two years and the hogs never bothered them. Yes there are hogs on that property. They have an adjustable chute so you can reduce the feed. Depending on time of year and available food sources (acorn, peanuts, browse), it was not uncommon to get over a month when filled. start with straight corn to get your deer using them.

    Thanks, let us know if Gator doesn't get them. Hard to justify at the end of deer season but I am interested.
  • DesperadoteamDesperadoteam Posts: 17 Greenhorn
    Where are you located??
    Young 24!!!!
    2010 Yellowfin Bay 24 Sold!!!!!
    2005 Yellowfin 34 sold
    2004 Yellowfin 31 sold
    2001 Yellowfin 31 sold
    1997 Dorado 23 sold
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