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Date: 2012-04-04 13:24:45
Name: 5 bucks!
Message: Some deer have lost their antlers and some are just getting ready to drop. Either way these bucks are getting a lot of extra protein, mineral and vitamins from the PRO ANTLER 20% Open Range deer feed. Their skeletal structures will be maximized from he protein and trace minerals that are manufactured into the Pro Antler. These old boys will be ready to grow to their full genetic potential in 2012. What are your deer eating?
Date: 2012-02-29 09:48:26
Message: I have had this buck on camera since May. Made a move to a different ridge system day after Christmas and was lucky enough to call this boy in. I know the Nutra Deer mineral sites helped considerably. We had a tough year (snow to drought) but giving this guy the extra mineral helped him a lot. He field dressed at 125lbs (had worn all of his fat layer off, he had lost a lot of weight), 4.5 yrs old, grosses 148 3/8. Waiting to get him back from taxidermist then will have him officially scored. My best buck ever.
Date: 2012-01-24 15:39:09
Name: Trever Britton
Location: Carter South West Ok
Message: 3 days of having the Pro Antler in the gravity feeders. Seems to b the only product that we have had any luck with. Ready to see what the results look like in couple of years.
Date: 2011-12-21 11:27:33
Name: PARTY MIX Attractant
Message: Well there is no telling who or what's going to show up when you put out PARTY MIX Attractant out this time of year! These 2 monster bull Elk are in a game management area of Oklahoma thats off limits to Elk Hunting but not deer. According to Tony these 2 bulls are making a daily habit of visiting the tasty treat we put out to lure in one of those game management bucks!
Date: 2011-12-16 14:01:08
Name: Ben Lansford
Message: This early season trail cam photo says it all....ummmmmmm