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MAKING TUBE FEEDERS

CROSSHAIR

Feeders


Instead of spending a lot of money for deer feeders, buy a 12 ft. long, 6 in. wide piece of PVC piping, a couple elbows, and two caps. Cut the PVC pipe in half and make 2 feeders using the elbows and caps. Secure the feeders at eating height on a tree visible from your blind using copper strapping or anything else that may work. Fill the feeder and cap it off. I painted mine camouflage, but it isn't necessary. The deer take to them nicely. Make sure you get 6-inch PVC or else the deer may not be able to stick their head in to feed.