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Deer Feeder Elite II Tripod

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  • Heavy-duty polymer hopper holds 200 pounds of corn
  • Fill height of 5.5, 7 or 8 feet for flexible setups
  • Included Pro Hunter II Feeder Kit includes metal spin plate, adjustable funnel, ABS plastic housing, feed-level estimator, battery indicator and external power port
  • Digital timer programs up to 10 feed times per day, 1 to 60 seconds long
  • One (1) 6-volt battery required


The Deer Feeder Elite II Tripod is a tough and economical option for a reliable wildlife feeder. The tough polymer hopper will hold 200 pounds of corn and features the Pro II Hunter Feeder Kit with an adjustable funnel, metal spin plate, ABS plastic housing, feed-level estimator, battery indicator and external power port. The feeder kit will feed up to 10 different times per day from 1 to 60 seconds per feeding. The Deer Feeder Elite II offers land managers enough steel legs to set the feeder up at 5.5 ft., 7 ft. or 8 ft. tall. 


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  • Quick-Lock Compatible:  Yes
  • Capacity:  200 lbs.
  • Extra Square Locking Legs:  Yes
  • Feeder Height:  5.5-8 ft.
  • Programmable Timer:  Yes
  • Feed Time Per Day:  10
  • Dispense Times:  1-60 sec.
  • Broadcast:  360º
  • Spin Plate/Funnel:  Metal
  • Adjustable Flow:  Yes
  • Hopper Material:  Plastic
  • Kit Housing:  Plastic
  • Built-In Varmint Guard:  Yes
  • Battery Level Indicator:  Yes
  • Feed Level Estimator:  Yes
  • External Power Port:  Yes
  • Power Source:  6V
  • Warranty: 1 year

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