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Tbull9 07-24-2021 11:56 AM

Best timer for protein feeder.
 
Iím looking for a timer for a protein feeder. What do yíall recommend. I have looked at the hammer timer but donít know anything about them. TIA

day0082 07-25-2021 01:24 PM

I use this,

https://shop.lamcofeeders.com/collec...00-lb-capacity

dgilbert 07-25-2021 02:21 PM

It doesn't take a special timer, but I use the timer on everything.

Smart 07-25-2021 02:42 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Tbull9 (Post 15716553)
Iím looking for a timer for a protein feeder. What do yíall recommend. I have looked at the hammer timer but donít know anything about them. TIA


The hammer is more than a timer. It's timed protein system. If you don't have a timed protein feeder like a Lamco or All Seasons Unit and want to make your own free choice feeder a timed feeder then I'd go with the Hammer.

Tbull9 07-25-2021 07:54 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Smart (Post 15717934)
The hammer is more than a timer. It's timed protein system. If you don't have a timed protein feeder like a Lamco or All Seasons Unit and want to make your own free choice feeder a timed feeder then I'd go with the Hammer.

Sorry I wasent clear on that. I have a 2k pound gravity feeder and am wanting to add a timer.

Smart 07-25-2021 08:12 PM

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Originally Posted by Tbull9 (Post 15718407)
Sorry I wasent clear on that. I have a 2k pound gravity feeder and am wanting to add a timer.




Hammer should be your man then... unless your feeder has their own in house conversion...and even then hammer seems to be superior.


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