Slow Game Feeder Update Buschcraft Preparedness.mp4

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Home Emergency Preparedness Slow Game Feeder Update Buschcraft Preparedness.mp4
Published on July 2, 2016

We had a few requests to do a follow up on our PVC slow feeder for bringing in or maintaining a wild game presence in yours and our area. We went back out and checked on the feeder today and it met all of our expectations.

It brought in some new game and the hog(s) that used the feeder, only spent 5-10% of the corn within the system. We will keep checking on and updating the feeder as you request it and hope to get some game footage here soon!

Thank you guys for your continued support! Please email us any questions that you have and we appreciate every view and every comment!

Thanks,
Mike and Brad

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  1. How about deer? Have you guys seen them feeding around this feeder? I got bears, but I guess if corn keeps coming out they might not destroy it…hmm.

  2. James, great question. Yes, eventually moisture and bugs will find some home in the feeder but that has never stopped our hogs from liking them. The holes are large enough that the game pushes it out every time.

  3. Thank you guys for coming by, glad that you enjoyed! Have to come by and have some wild caught hog sometime.

  4. yankey4

    Thanks You Brother! Acorns work well. I have killed more deer and pigs around acorn trees. I will make a vid showing how we pick up are acorns fast and with out putting your hands all over them. One more tip. Acorns are what my grand dad would use on are farm to kill the worms in the pigs we had for meat. It works well and its free. In a SHTF time its a good thing to know as well. God Bless.

  5. You guys are gr8! Change the battery in the smoke alarm. I know that sound. It sounds like a very short whistle. Keep up the good work. I love your vids. God bless you guys!

  6. Will bugs eventually make their homes in the slow feeders?

  7. duh…I am so dumb sometime…site after site, not sight after sight. LOL

  8. All you have to do is look up on google, What does an abundance of acorns mean, and there are sight after sight that says it means a cold winter. I don't think any of them are really scientific but I looked at what a lot said and then looked at the Almanac for Virginia for this winter and sure enough it does say we are in for a bad winter. So who knows…I just think it is weird that I have never had acorns here before. Probably just an old wives tale but they sometimes are right. LOL

  9. Mary, that is awesome! Thanks so much for coming by, we are glad that you enjoy the video!

  10. You have some very good ideas. I am going to share.

  11. Nick, that's great my friend! Make sure to send in a VR if you get one built on camera! Thanks!

  12. Only 5 pro cent =) That works awesome then! Good idea about the acorns to =) I am going to make one asap. Thanks for sharing

    Nick

  13. Someone's going to have a freezer full of pork soon.

  14. PrepperChickie, thanks so much for the support! The country is a beautiful place, hope you get out here/there someday!

  15. FoodPrepping, although disconcerting news for most of the US, our last two winters have been shy of cold. We could use a smidge of cold weather here in Florida but I would not like to see it in the rest of US.

    We are both big researches and would love links to whatever you found if you are able to dig them up, if not, no problem!

  16. That is awesome about the acorns, but I have to tell you a little story. I have lived where I live now for 3 years. I have never before had acorns in the fall NEVER! This year they are falling on my roof at all hours of the day and night and surrounding my mobile home. It is unbelievable. So I looked up online what an abundance of acorns meant. I just knew it was a sign of something and sure enough, it is a sign that we are going to have a bad winter and the almanac is predicting that too.

  17. i want to see some pork hit the dirt! lol

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