Let me say I don't represent this company in anyway and I don't get anything for any sells. This is just me telling hunters about a product that I have used over the years and find them to be excellent products. First off I like to use products that are made in the US and really like to use products made in Arkansas. Supporting folks in our own area if the product is good is a win win. It helps a state resident and helps me in my hunting. So lets get in the review. These products are made from a NEA gentleman with the company called Den Tree. I have used the feeders for about 5 years now. Back five years ago I research feeders to find something that fit my needs. I didn't want a feeder that you had to climb up a ladder to fill. I wanted a cage that coons could not reach the spinner and spin 50 lbs of corn out in one night. I wanted a feeder that a hog couldn't tip over or crush the cage. I wanted a feeder that held enough corn to last 2-3 months depending on amount thrown out. I wanted a feeder I could easily clean out for turkey season. I also wanted a feeder that I could move around by myself. After looking at several Texas made feeders I found several in that state that fit the bill, but getting them up here in Arkansas was going to be expensive. That's when I happen to find these feeders. I had seen a couple of these feeders at a farm equipment business outside Jonesboro. I looked them over and thought I would give them a try. The biggest thing I can say about these feeders is they hold up quite well. Hogs cannot get to these feeders. Coons will try to reach but they can't reach the spinner so you don't lose any corn. They are easy to load and hold 600 lbs and couple that with a solar panel that is located inside the cage and battery life will last up to 3 years. I set mine for about 10 secs which is enough to feed and keep deer coming back, but I get about 3 months between loading up feeder again. So for those places you hunt that you don't want to continually go in and check feeder on corn this feeder is good. It has two panels on top that you fill feeder up with and they come completely off with latches. The bottom cage on one side unlatches to adjust feeder times or days and then to clean out, the other side unlatches and the whole bottom comes out to clean out. I am very pleased with this feeder. It holds up to the weather and I've had no mildew problems at all. The cost on these are around $450. The control mod for these are the sundancer unit. After going through several other units and cubersome containers that didn't hold up, I have found this product to be well worth the cost over the long haul.