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Old 05-16-2019, 06:39 PM   #1
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Looking at purchasing a few new feeders. What's your favorite and why?
Looking for 500-600# capacity and a wide spread on broadcast. Winch up, standard broadcast, or stand and fill are all options. If using a varmint guard I want one that doesn't knock down all the corn right around the feeder.
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I have a winch up, made by a good friend, and one of their stand and fills. I cannot say enough good things about the outdoor addiction feeder.
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I like The Judge feeder. 100% coon proof and no corn directly below feeder and itís a stand and fill.


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Ranch King Mighty Buck gets my vote. No cage needed and the controls are in the lid. No kneeling down in mud or rocks. The motor and spin plate are accessible from the outside, not in the inside of the hopper like some.
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Old 05-16-2019, 09:15 PM   #6
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Good feedback. Keep 'em coming
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Lamco Low and Throw....600 and 1,000 lbs.



Superior varmint system....no cage required. Stand and fill


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Or the 600 lb All Seasons at Bucees, $399 and a helluva feeder for the money. Similar varmint system to the Lamcos.


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The Lamco Low and Throw is the best feeder on the market. You can get it in a 600 lb version. It's heavy duty, coon proof, cows, and hogs can't even tear it up. It's far more solid than the ASF feeders. It has a more sturdy base than the Ranch King. It also has a larger opening than the Ranch King for filling. Four guys can literally fill the Lamco at the same time.
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Old 05-16-2019, 09:53 PM   #10
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The Lamco Low and Throw is the best feeder on the market. You can get it in a 600 lb version. It's heavy duty, coon proof, cows, and hogs can't even tear it up. It's far more solid than the ASF feeders. It has a more sturdy base than the Ranch King. It also has a larger opening than the Ranch King for filling. Four guys can literally fill the Lamco at the same time.
Hopefully the feeder isnít full when the motor goes bad. It happened to one of the guys on my lease and the feeder was less than a year old. We had to empty the feeder to replace the motor.
Iíd buy ranch king before Lamco for this reason.
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running a sale right not. Way bigger feeder, but price is about the same or cheaper than most listed above..

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Old 05-16-2019, 10:02 PM   #12
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I really like the Krivoman feeders and plan on buying a couple in a few weeks
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Old 05-16-2019, 10:02 PM   #13
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Honestly for the money the Academy stand and fills are dang good . We have 17 of them on our place and havenít had any problems with them yet . They are kinda of a pain to put together are so I heard 😬.
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All season feeder with the eliminator spinner plate for me. Oh I forgot. You've got to chum hand vanilla corn around the feeder too.
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Hopefully the feeder isn’t full when the motor goes bad. It happened to one of the guys on my lease and the feeder was less than a year old. We had to empty the feeder to replace the motor.
I’d buy ranch king before Lamco for this reason.
Exactly. Happened on our lease too.

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Old 05-17-2019, 07:30 AM   #16
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Spin tech assembly, The Timer, never had an issue with this combo
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Old 05-17-2019, 09:35 AM   #17
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Stand and fills below are listed in ascending $. Depends on if you are buying 1 or 5 and how much you want to spend. All of them give you great reliability and performance. Since you mentioned you wanted a wide broadcast distance id avoid the ones w varmint cage design.

Academy
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Hopefully the feeder isn’t full when the motor goes bad. It happened to one of the guys on my lease and the feeder was less than a year old. We had to empty the feeder to replace the motor.
I’d buy ranch king before Lamco for this reason.


Lol. Hopefully lightning doesn't strike while I'm filling the feeder either, but there is always a chance. Ranch King is a very nice feeder. Just not as good for the reasons I mentioned
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I have a Ranch King. Easy to fill and no coons can tear it up.
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Old 05-17-2019, 10:05 AM   #20
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Lol. Hopefully lightning doesn't strike while I'm filling the feeder either, but there is always a chance. Ranch King is a very nice feeder. Just not as good for the reasons I mentioned
The only thing I was not a fan of on the lamcos was that you can’t adjust the spinner gap under the feeder because of the Plated varmint gaurd above and below. I like to spin some corn, sometimes up to 15-20lb a day. I was worried about how tight the spinner plate hugged the funnel that it would take a 30 second spin time to sling as much corn as I want to. How long are you running your times? It is built like a tank though!
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The only thing I was not a fan of on the lamcos was that you canít adjust the spinner gap under the feeder because of the Plated varmint gaurd above and below. I like to spin some corn, sometimes up to 15-20lb a day. I was worried about how tight the spinner plate hugged the funnel that it would take a 30 second spin time to sling as much corn as I want to. How long are you running your times? It is built like a tank though!
I dump that much corn out also. Spin it about 23 seconds. It's a heck of a dinner bell for the deer.
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Old 05-17-2019, 10:30 AM   #22
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I dump that much corn out also. Spin it about 23 seconds. It's a heck of a dinner bell for the deer.
Thatís good to know! Thatís the only worry I had. Thanks
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Texas Wildlife Supply 800lb Stand and Fill. Why- because it keeps the motor and feeder brains fully protected and can stand up to the abuse of different exotic species, especially the aoudad.
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I like the Texas Wildlife supply as well. That cannon feeder is a novel concept.
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I have a Ranch King. Easy to fill and no coons can tear it up.
Definitely. The fill height on Lamco is 60Ē, Ranch King is 52Ē. I really like the gas shock assisted lid too and the 24x24 opening is more than big enough. I like the solar panel being on top so it doesnít matter what direction you point it and hogs or cows canít get to it. Plus, itís a great looking feeder, unlike Lamco
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I like The Judge feeder. 100% coon proof and no corn directly below feeder and it’s a stand and fill.


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I like the looks of that feeder. Looks much better than the All Seasons I bought.
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Definitely. The fill height on Lamco is 60Ē, Ranch King is 52Ē. I really like the gas shock assisted lid too and the 24x24 opening is more than big enough. I like the solar panel being on top so it doesnít matter what direction you point it and hogs or cows canít get to it. Plus, itís a great looking feeder, unlike Lamco


What capacity feeders are you referring to? The 600 and 1000 Lamco's are not the same height. Both are still easy for a grown man to fill.
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What capacity feeders are you referring to? The 600 and 1000 Lamco's are not the same height. Both are still easy for a grown man to fill.
yeah, but I make my kids do all that feeder filling.
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I have the HB stand & fill feeder. Unfortunately, it came with one of “THE TIMER” units
that was part of a bad batch of defective units. It was replaced with no hassle & has running great ever since. All & all I am very happy with it. In general I think the stand & fill feeders are the best invention since round bales of hay!!!
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I like the Ranch Kings we have. If we replace any more of our old feeders they will be more ranch Kings.


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The Lamco Low and Throw is the best feeder on the market. You can get it in a 600 lb version. It's heavy duty, coon proof, cows, and hogs can't even tear it up. It's far more solid than the ASF feeders. It has a more sturdy base than the Ranch King. It also has a larger opening than the Ranch King for filling. Four guys can literally fill the Lamco at the same time.


I know the Lamco is your dream feeder but not sure how you can say thin angle iron on the base is stronger than the square tube on the ranch king.


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Because it's not thin angle iron. It's more sturdy than the Ranch King base. It's just my opinion. They are both great feeders. I just preferred the Lamco, and thought it was slightly better.
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What’s everyone’s take on directional feeders?
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Old 05-17-2019, 01:46 PM   #34
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We are going to the Ranch King this year. Owner likes the way the unit drops down during feeding then retracts back into the housing for protection. No way a varmint or hogs can get into the unit. No need for a guard and unit will throw feed away from the feeder and not under it. Control panel is on the inside of the lid. Do not know anything about how long they will last or cost of repairs. We will see.
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Everything at our place has Krivoman directional feeders, high capacity (1000 lbs+) and they work great
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We have about 26 outback feeders. Been running them for about 11 years. Hands down "the best" feeder. But krivomans are probably the best bang for your buck.

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What does everyone think about the Hangem High Feeders? They seem to be very well made.
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Hangem highs are great feeders. I used them for years. If they held more corn I’d still be running them
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Old 05-17-2019, 09:08 PM   #39
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Lamco low and throw is a great feeder
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Best feeder I’ve ever owned is the one I built from the ground up. Reliable and holds a good amount of corn that I generally fill it every 3 to 4 months. Best of all I built it for less than a bill.
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Best feeder Iíve ever owned is the one I built from the ground up. Reliable and holds a good amount of corn that I generally fill it every 3 to 4 months. Best of all I built it for less than a bill.
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Because it's not thin angle iron. It's more sturdy than the Ranch King base. It's just my opinion. They are both great feeders. I just preferred the Lamco, and thought it was slightly better.


I like the idea of nothing dropping down too that could break or jam as well. If it can, it will. Keep it simple. If I have to dump a feeder once in a lifetime (while standing on the ground at just under chest level) to get at a motor but never have to **** with coons or cages again itís well worth it. So far Iím sold on the Lamco.
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Traildust, we are talking about the "Best Feeders."

They don't have cages to knock corn down.
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Old 05-18-2019, 06:26 AM   #46
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Ranch King Mighty Buck. They’re extremely well built and easy to fill. My buddy had one that flew out of his truck on the highway...thankfully no one behind us...tumbled down the concrete at 60mph, turned around, picked it up, set it at his stand, filled it with corn, and has had zero issues with it since. It was beat up pretty bad but no holes or leaks.

Always remember to tie it down, even if traveling a short distance! Not that anyone expects their feeder to go through this type of beating but it does show how well built these things are.
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Traildust, we are talking about the "Best Feeders."

They don't have cages to knock corn down.
For $575 out the door....you can't beat them. And they sling the hail outta corn. Solid welded skids. Lifetime feeders.


I understand the new fad feeders though. Some folks like square toed boots too.
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For $575 out the door....you can't beat them. And they sling the hail outta corn. Solid welded skids. Lifetime feeders.


I understand the new fad feeders though. Some folks like square toed boots too.


They are good feeders for the price. No argument there. I have one. They are nowhere near the best feeders
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They are good feeders for the price. No argument there. I have one. They are nowhere near the best feeders
"Best" is determined by the owner.
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Ranch King Mighty Buck gets my vote. No cage needed and the controls are in the lid. No kneeling down in mud or rocks. The motor and spin plate are accessible from the outside, not in the inside of the hopper like some.
Yep, got one behind the house. Awesome feeders. Love the camo look instead of a bright Coors Light can like the Lamco.

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