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Maintaining game feeders

Paul Moore joins Luke this week to discuss game feeder maintenance
Luke Clayton
Paul Moore joins Luke this week to discuss game feeder maintenance

Paul Moore with Vineyard Max (www.vineyardmax.net) is Luke's guest this week and the topic is maintenance of game feeders. Paul's company makes a line of heavy duty feeders for fish and wildlife. Click to learn some tips that might help in your game feeding program.

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