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Supplemental Feeding

Sheep eating from the new Ranch Series Axis Trough, fitted to the legs of a Moultrie Ranch Series Auger Feeder

Moultrie Expands Lineup of Ranch Series® Feeder Accessories for 2024

Moultrie is excited to announce the launch of its new line of accessories designed exclusively for Ranch Series® feeders. Featuring innovative attachments such as the Ranch Series 12V Solar Panel, the Ranch Series Dual Chute, and the Ranch Series Axis Trough, users can have unparalleled flexibility and convenience in managing their feeding setups.

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Collage of photos of Moultrie feeders featuring four different kinds of feeder kits: gravity, broadcast, directional, and auger

The 411 on Moultrie's Feeder Kits

Whether you call them feeder kits (as we do), motors, control units, or something else, the mechanism or attachment that dispenses feed is the heart and soul of your Moultrie feeder. We're here to help you explore all of Moultrie's feeder kits and their features so that you can decide which one best fits your needs.

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Deer Eating From Feeder

Supplemental Feeding in Early Summer

Now is not the time to stop supplemental feeding! Even if you have lush food plots, every little bit helps provide extra vital nutrition to your deer herd, especially during the early summer.

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Buck Grazing Next to Moultrie Deer Feeder

Where to Place Deer Feeders

You probably already know that Moultrie is the leading feeder brand because its products are reliable, durable, affordable and easy to use. However, with new technology comes new strategies: Programmable spin-cast feeders allow you to schedule up to 6 feedings a day using a digital timer, but that can leave some hunters scratching their heads over just how long feed times should be. Getting it right takes a bit of experimenting.

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Deer Eating From Tree

What Deer Eat and How to Feed Them

As you’re gearing up for hunting season, knowing what, when and where deer prefer to eat can help you understand – and pinpoint – where to find them.  Whether your goal is optimal game management, a successful hunting season, superior photographs or just ideal observation, look for the right food sources at the right time of year, and you’ll experience greater success.

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