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    You could always get rid of the cats by putting them in the trebuchet...



    (I am convinced that a trebuchet is, somehow, the answer to this problem!)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frimley Koi keeper View Post
    That would work with my current set up as I've got plenty of height to play with in the shed and the pond is only raised about 18" to 24" from the ground. May need a pair of steps to refill the feeder though if I mount it too high due to the angles of the pipe work etc. and I'm a little bit further away from the pond than he is not by much though so still easily do able

    Just need to get on the case and clear out the shed so I can fit the feeder and should I need it replace the UVC lamp as well.
    I actually think inside a building is a better place for a feeder, away from the UV of sunlight which can damage nutrients in food, so long as it's not too warm in there. Let us know how you get on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Feline View Post
    I actually think inside a building is a better place for a feeder, away from the UV of sunlight which can damage nutrients in food, so long as it's not too warm in there. Let us know how you get on
    Yes I agree and thanks I'll let you know but may be some time as the shed is very full and the only place to move stuff to is the garage and that's just as bad

 

 
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