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Innolytics Introduces New Auto Feeder Model

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The company has upgraded the original OvoControl automatic feeder with new features.

| July 26, 2013

Innolytics has upgraded the original OvoControl automatic feeder with a new model.  The new feeder reflects the same durability, reliability and efficient design together with some new features:

             No tools required - faster assembly,

             Lock & load lid with integrated trail camera mount,

             Tan color blends in readily to most areas.

For more details on the new feeder see the OvoControl website at www.ovocontrol.com.

 

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