Texas Redoubt Products

Water dish with auto-fill float and animal guard
Large opening for water replenishment with mosquito screen
Roto-molded 50 gallon water reservoir
The WG1 wildlife guzzler kit makes a quick and easy 50 gallon water source for both domestic and wild animals.
The cure for thirsty critters
Wildlife Guzzler
Duel LED light panels deliver ~1000 lumens of light
Versatile mounting bracket for pole or building
Monocrystalline silicon solar collector
The SF1 solar flood light improves the safety and security parts of the ranch or farm where there is no light.
Add light where there is no line power
Available Now: Solar Flood Light
Solid bottom
Nylon mesh for visibility of contents
Nylon drawstring closure
Net duffle with drawstring to collect your stuff.
Set of 3
The Bubba Duffle

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Plowing the field

Makin’ Hay

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