6volt Battery Trick for Game Feeder Motors



Here’s a tip for getting more out of your 6volt battery for your deer feeders for a cheaper price.I’m going to put up a feeder this spring that I wont be able to visit on a regular basis, so I wanted a battery that would last for about 4+ months without worrying about it.. Was thinking about the rechargeable with a solar panel, but I saw that Duracell Quantum came in the size D now.
A 6 volt battery is essentially 4 D size batteries in a nice package. Was wondering how I could duplicate that, but select that batteries I wanted.
Found a 4 D cell battery holder at Radio Shack and decided to use that to hold the batteries. You don’t have to use the Quantums, any D size Alkaline batteries will do.

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17 Comments

  • If you buy the right feeder they come with the 4D battery holder!

    Rick Wierichs
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • I used this on my lawnmower battery which was dead.ㅋ>imgs.love/BatteryTender?љ    It took 2-3 days to charge but the mower cranked right up. Well worth the money.

    Andy Jame
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • There's rechargable lead acid batteries for like $5-$10 depending on where in the USA you live. The de-30008 6v is a good battery.

    Amellia Mendel
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • I'm assuming you can still add solar charger to this

    Jason Johnson
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • Trick to beat that law would be to set the feeder to go off around midnight so no one would really hear it. Mainly people are the ones that will catch you first then they call the warden.

    ǝʅp0oN
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • Why not connected to a car battery and a solar panel a cheap one from Harbor Freight?

    alex flores
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • But big buck will come to it in time? What do you know about tube type feeders which is better

    Edward Osborne
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • Will big bucks come to battery feeders? And how long will it take on a Average for deer to come to one guess what I'm asking is which type of feeder is better

    Edward Osborne
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • Check out Digi-Key, they sell a battery holder for D cell batteries that take the place of the 6 volt battery. It fits right in the feeder motor just like the 6 volt battery does. I bought 2 and with shipping it was around $12 bucks.

    Joe Guzzi
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • how did it spin at the lower amperage?

    Tom Burris
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • Use a 12v battery with a step down to 6v converter. Should last you 6 months. You can add a solar panel later if you wish.

    Nicholas Austin
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • good idea but a solar panel is the way to go, may be more expensive at first but in the long run it saves. I had my feeder with a rechargeable battery of for nearly three years now and still on the same battery. and after deer season I don't disconnect or even pull the feeder,i just stop filling it so when season comes around its still already set for the times I want it for

    Jason Panicali
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • Walmart 6volt 2.99ea.. wire two in parallel and there you have it.

    jstrunck
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • Cool hack. I'd love to see an update at the end of summer. I get more than six months out of the Duracell 6v's , but my feeders are only running 20 seconds a day. I'd love to save a few bucks any way I can, though. Thumbs up from me!

    briargoatkilla
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • good deal

    Earl Valentine
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • I got feed out , the 0 deg weather is playing havoc on my cameras . I want to see how long the antlers stay on. This video isn't crisp as the others.

    1digitalwatcher
    Posted July 5, 2020
  • Great tip! I have to get some of those Quantums for my D cell lanterns. Great waterproofing tip as well!

    matt4270
    Posted July 5, 2020

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