RE: Deer Feeder Placement ?
I found that my feeders sound like a dinner bell for the deer on my property. In fact I recently read somewhere that the latest game call is one that sounds like a feeder motor.
Bowdaddy, I placed my two feeders near heavily traveled deer paths. Not directly on the path but about 8 to 10 feet off to the side of an intersection. It took the deer about two days to start feeding under them.
Something that I would recommend is to set your feeder up to offer a very small amount of grain (I use cracked corn in one and whole corn in the other). The reason I do this is because I do not want the deer to become dependant on the feeders. I may not get out there as often as I should and I don't want to interfere with their natural feeding habits. I also think that the deer and turkey prefer to browse for their food rather than have the food in large portions.
Works for me.
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