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  • 350 LB Feed Capacity
  • Weather & Rain Resistant
  • Cuts down on wasted feed
  • Resembles natural deadfall log
  • User friendly open/close
  • Easy & Quick Assembly
  • Accessories Available for Hogs, Varmints & More
  • Patent Pending
  • 12-Volt 7.5 amp (6in x 2.5in x 3.75in) Battery Required (not included)

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If you’re struggling to attract deer to your land during the daytime, you need the ultimate Daytime DeadFall Deer Feeder. Our automatic deer feeder is the hunting tool you never knew you needed. It’s the world’s first deer feeder that you can program to open and shut at any time.

As bucks mature, they get more nocturnal, making them more challenging to hunt. Tectonic’s Daytime deer feeder can lure the oldest and smartest deer out during the daytime and position them for the perfect shot.

Thanks to an easy-to-use digital timer, this deer feeder allows you to select when and how frequently it distributes feed throughout the day. Its natural log exterior encourages deer to come out of hiding during the day and allows them to feed easily without any obstacles.

By storing 350 pounds of dry feed, this deer feeder eliminates the need for frequent refilling. It is completely weather resistant and prevents squirrels, racoons, possums, birds, hogs, and other critters from eating your deer feed at night, which saves money and drastically cuts down on wasted feed.

Tectonic’s Daytime Deadfall Deer Feeder is the best investment a hunter can make. It is designed to be functional, dependable, and long-lasting. All you have to do is set up it once, and you are ready to go.

Are you ready to make bucks more huntable? Add the Daytime Deer Feeder to your cart now!


33" Long x 28" Wide x 32" Tall

Customer Reviews

Based on 25 reviews
Tom Hans

Hi there. Tom Hans. I bought one of your feeders. 2 weeks ago. Like the idea. Works good. But cell cam. Showed it broke on the side and corn everywhere. Just wanna let you know. Kinda disappointed. Thank you

Michael Bernhard
It rarely seems to work

It was pretty simple to put together and seems well made. But after a few weeks of it in the field, it does not seem to follow the programming schedule. It is now not opening up at all. I hope it’s human error, but I don’t believe it is.

Waste of money and time.

Feeder seemed like a good concept however after placing it in the middle of my food plot and leaving it there for 40 days now 2 things have become apparent. 1: the deer are afraid of it. Before the feeder my trail cams had deer hits at least 3 times a day consistently for the past 2 years in my food plot. Since the feeder I havnt had a single hit on the cameras. And all of the corn and pellets I put in it are still there. 2: the design is flawed the rubber gasket along the top to keep water out is flimsy and after just 40 days it has been totally shredded by raccoons trying to get into the feeder resulting in rain getting into the feeder and molding 250lbs of corn and pellets. A more durable and solid alternative needs to be devised. All in all I would not waste my money on this feeder at this point it is just a cool novelty but not actually practical or functional as a deer feeder. If I could give less than 1 star I would.

Maxton Rogers
Feeder failure

Friend of mine bought 2 tectonic feeders and decided not to use both so I bought one from him .. I manage my property for big bucks and I have used gravity feeders .. so I thought I’d give this a try .. well it was on the woods a week and quit working the solar panel I bought didn’t charge the battery after it stopped opening squirrels chewed a hole right thru the door .. I took it out of the woods brought it home and I’ve done everything I can to make it work it won’t even power up .. I even ordered another battery .. so I have to say I’m not happy about to .. over $500 wasted .. I’ve decided to turn it into a gravity feeder and get whatever use I can from it .. I don’t think I can return it I don’t buy it from tectonic or I would

John Gillam

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