This last weekend we had a big family reunion at a nearby state park. So we spent the weekend there. On Saturday morning after breakfast my wife, kids, and I went walking on a small hiking trail which led us to a Nature Center which had captured animals, amphibians, and such in cages for us to view. Well when we first come upon the center we noticed on the other side of the road a deer running to this clearing where there was a big tripod deer feeder. Then we notice there were several deer running to it. They all stopped nearby the feeder and started eating feed off the ground. Apparently this feeder is on a timer and everytime it activates and sends feed whirling out to the sides, the deer come running to it. I've read before that when these timed feeders are hanging in the forrest that deer do not venture far from them and will come running to them whenever they are activated. Just wondering if anyone has had any luck with them?