(7 customer reviews)


The Feed Bank is a gravity-fed deer feeder designed to elevate with a single center post. This eliminates any obstruction for bucks to access the feed unlike standard tripod feeders. This standout design results in the most economical, high-quality deer feeder on the market.



  • Design allows for 300 lbs of feed.
  • Mounts on one 8-foot 4×4 (not included) set 3-feet into the ground.
  • Single post won’t interfere with or damage antler growth.
  • Large, watertight cover makes filling easy and keeps feed fresh.
  • Feed ports stand at an optimal height of 42-inches.

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Additional information


UV Stabilized Polyethylene

Feed Capacity

300 lbs

Feed Ports


Feed Delivery


Attaches to

Tree, 4×4 Post


  1. Hayley Bodin

    Bought this feeder for my dad for Father’s Day – he loves it & so do the deer!

  2. John Tow II

    Last January I bought 7 Feedbank 300s for my property. I have had very good luck with this product and the deer and bear seem to accept it as part of there environment. I plan to use them in 2017 as well and have recommended this product to many friends that want to feed or mineral suppliment their herd.
    My only problem is that the bear have broken the bottom plate of the feeder and I can’t seem to fix them. I have tried fiberglass and tin plate to no avail. Would it be possible to purchase 3 of these plates from you directly as the dealer I purchased from originally is no longer in business.
    Thank you for your consideration in this matter.
    John Tow II

  3. Cris McIlvaine

    Awesome deer feeder. I have had it out for a year and a half with great results. The deer love it.

  4. Longcreekhunter

    I purchased the feed bank 300 because I was tired of replacing motors and batteries in my automatic feeder. It took about 9 days before the first deer ate from it but now they frequent it daily. I am in the process of transitioning to protein pellets now and they are still out there daily. This is a very well made feeder and I plan to purchase more. No damage from any squirrels yet.

    From cabelas.com

  5. Jeff K

    I have a 6 pt bull elk that hangs out on my property in NE Kansas…and he kept knocking over my Boss Buck feeder every time it was empty. Finally one day this winter he apparently got his antlers locked up in the feed tubes and he completely destroyed it trying to thrash it off…hence the reason I needed a new feeder. I started researching gravity feeders but didn’t want to pay more than $300 and didn’t want it to have legs like the other one that was destroyed. I found the #300 Feed Bank and it looked like just the ticket. It arrived in a few days after ordering and I set about immediately to install it. I have a tractor with a 3 pt post hole digger which I used to set the 8′ 4×4 post three feet into the ground a day or two before the feeder arrived. The Feed Bank feeder was very easy to assemble…my only complaint is that it is a little difficult to fit my arm and hand into the feed tubes to install the two wing screws…no big deal though. I adjusted it the way I wanted and had my wife help me lift it on to the post. Just a tip, cut a piece of 6″ PVC pipe to fit over the post before you install the feeder…cut it just a few inches lower than the bottom of the feeder…this will help keep the coons and squirrels at bay…and so far it works. All in all it is an easy installation and so far it is working just as intended. I was a little concerned about the height of the feed tubes but trail cam pics show that even the smallest does have no trouble accessing the corn in this feeder. I definitely recommend this feeder…if you don’t have a 3 pt post hole digger then it is just going take a little manual labor to dig a 3′ hole to set the 8′ pt post in.

    From sportsmansguide.com

  6. Sobo6

    I have owned both Banks and Boss Buck feeders and just recently sold my other feeder and ordered a second Banks 300# feeder. While I loved the ease of moving the other feeder, I could not keep raccoons off that thing. This is the main reason I am a fan of the Banks feeder. One center post or I guess for this convo “climbing” post to worry about rather than three. Yes it isn’t fun digging in posts to move the feeders around, but the little bit of sweat equity is totally worth what I save in feed waste by not having raccoons emptying out the thing. These feeders are very durable and functional. Would have gotten 5 stars from me but I liked the lid on the older 275# version than the new lid on the 300# as it was actually a flip up style lid with hinges and not a completely removable lid with pretty low grade latches. Gave me the impression it could blow off as the latches loosen over time so put some hooks on it so I could keep a strap over it as well. However the feeder ports are greatly improved on the 300# for better flow especially with pellets than the older 275#.

    From sportsmansguide.com

  7. Rob D Clark

    I had all the feeders out there on the market. Didn’t like changing batterys out all the & coons would up on them. Like the banks feeder except the lid. Going to put hook locks on it don’t want it to blow off. I did put a piece of p.v.c pipe around the 4×4 to keep the coons of it.

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