An LED feeder light such as The Kill Light is an excellent way to illuminate the ground under an electric spin-feeder at night when attached to the bottom of a feeder motor.
The light has a motion detector and a photocell that activates only after dark when an animal approaches within range of the motion sensor.
The light can be activated by small animals, including opossums and raccoons, as well as by feral pigs and other large animals. Sometimes, hog guide Milton Turnage leaves the light on all night to prevent hogs from becoming distracted when the light suddenly switches on or when he is experiencing problems with the sensors or batteries. Battery life is shorter if the light remains on all night.