Cabela's 500- And 1 000-Lb. Capacity Capsule Game Feeders

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If you are tired of lugging cumbersome feed bags up a rickety ladder to fill your traditional feeder, consider the benefits of this low-maintenance Capsule Feeder. The Capsule Game Feeder’s patented design is much more convenient than traditional feeders. Since it sits on the ground, you don’t have to hassle with ladders and winches to refill it. Simply back up a truck to the feeder, drop the tailgate and fill it up. The unique auger system pulls feed upward and broadcasts it, so you have precise control over the feed volume. Comes with a 12-volt, 70mA solar panel; and a powerful 12-volt, 5.1-amp, permanent magnet DC motor. Made of UV-resistant, polyethylene plastic. 20-year manufacturer’s warranty.
Available: 500 lb., 1,000 lb.
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Cabela's 500- And 1 000-Lb. Capacity Capsule Game Feeders Reviews:


Great Feeder

Yes, it is expensive but so far, it has worked very very well. It came via tractor trailer delivery to my house and was shrink wrapped to a pallet. Driver dropped it at the curb on his liftgated trailer and then used a pallet jack to pull it up my driveway. I was concerned that assembly was going to take a long time but couldn't have been much easier. The auger system etc. inside the feeder was already assembled. All I had to do was take the top off and install the battery and timer...easy. Have had it out in S. GA for 6 weeks and it was still almost a third full after throwing corn 3 times a day. I have a bunch of pics of hogs all around it almost every night without any effect to the feeder. Also, much easier to transport than I thought it would be be. I used a piece of board leaning against my tailgate and put a cable lock through the handle to use like a rope. I pulled it up the board and into the back of the truck. Did it easily by myself. It fit flat in the back of my f150. In the field, i simply lowered it off the tailgate to the ground (no board). Wish they were less expensive though because I would have 3 or 4 of them.
GoVolunteers at Cabelas on 08/30/2011

excellent product

I own 7 of these 1000 lb feeders - 5 before Cabelas began handling them. for several years they perform flawlessly. but on word of caution. do not use old corn that has over wintered and is dirty and broken from insect damage or corn with alot of cob pieces. it will clog the auger and not perform as expected. good quality fresh corn - excellent product. also every 2-3000 lbs, clean out feeder to remove dust and chafe. I have had dealing with mfg for several small issue - they were excellent to deal with - helpful and fast!!
lchfish at Cabelas on 09/25/2012

Best Corn Feeder so far

I have many corn feeders throughout my Ranch. Because of some of the large game animals, I have constructed hanging arrangements for each feeder. I tried two of these. They worked great. For some reason, the large game animals do not disturb them. As my other feeders develop problems (with age), I am replacing them with these. My first one of these had broken parts. The manufacturer replaced them promptly at no cost. I had questions. The manufacturer answered them immediately. Good people make these feeders and they are good products. John S.
Poplarville, MS
JNSIV at Cabelas on 06/02/2012


I've owned many feeders over the years, but this one is the best by far. Easy to load, and seems very durable. When I talked to the manufacturer, they were very helpful and really stand behind their product.
BIGGUS at Cabelas on 02/13/2012