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Protein Pellets #797898
12/28/13 10:47 AM
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Do protein pellets help deer grow bigger antlers while In velvet? I heard this somewhere but I'm not sure..

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Buckmounted] #815247
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Heck yeah, we feed record rack all summer and the horns blow up.

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Buckmounted] #815251
01/10/14 06:10 AM
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Don't get the poncho which is water proof I think they don't east it as a well, it cost almost the same as corn and a lot better for them

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Buckmounted] #821271
01/14/14 04:23 PM
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Thanks, i'll have to try it!

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Buckmounted] #869966
02/19/14 06:44 AM
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Do you feed record rack out of gravity or broadcast feeders?


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Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Buckmounted] #869983
02/19/14 06:57 AM
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do not feed ANY protein pellets from a broadcast, they don't do well at all on the ground. Keep em dry at all times unless ya want a mess....


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Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Buckmounted] #870171
02/19/14 08:54 AM
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Cool, I'll try gravity feeders.


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Re: Protein Pellets [Re: roltide] #870193
02/19/14 09:18 AM
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What is the best( water proof) pellets you can use in gravity feeders?

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Buckmounted] #870199
02/19/14 09:22 AM
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Been using the Boss Buck feeders and Buck Booster pellets with NO moisture problems for almost 2 years now.

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Hogwild] #870248
02/19/14 10:14 AM
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Where in north alabama could i purchase some Buck Booster Pellets? Ive be looking for a good water proof pellet!

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Buckmounted] #870251
02/19/14 10:18 AM
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Buck Booster is a good pellet.


I've spent most of the money I've made in my lifetime on hunting and fishing. The rest I just wasted.....

proud Cracker-Americaan

muslims are like coyotes, only good one is a dead one
Re: Protein Pellets [Re: BhamFred] #872454
02/21/14 03:41 AM
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do not put protein pellets in a broadcast feeder they will mold, it will collect moisture! Plus is they are on the ground and it rains then its no good! We use trough feeders

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Ivory_man] #872519
02/21/14 04:42 AM
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Has anyone used the banks feeder? The one with 3 feeding tubes and sits on top of a 4x4. I just bought a boss buck from a friend and have though about buying the banks 275.

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Buckmounted] #872540
02/21/14 05:02 AM
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Buck Booster is made by Ware Milling Co in Houston, Ms. For a feed selling location go to their website and at the bottom of the page click "about us" and there is a map showing their distributors.

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Buckmounted] #872664
02/21/14 06:39 AM
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how many years did it take before you seen results from the pellets? did you notice a increase in the deer population on your properties from when you didn't feed year round be it pellets or just corn?

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: timbercruiser] #872799
02/21/14 08:53 AM
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Timbercruiser, thanks i found some! Only problem is a 65 mile drive. Is this stuff really that good? 12 dollars a bag is a good price and it sound water resestant. Im going to have to give it a try .

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Buckmounted] #873593
02/21/14 05:50 PM
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I feed it year round, changing mix with corn for different seasons. It will stay fresh better than any other pellet I;ve seen, and the deer will eat it.


I've spent most of the money I've made in my lifetime on hunting and fishing. The rest I just wasted.....

proud Cracker-Americaan

muslims are like coyotes, only good one is a dead one
Re: Protein Pellets [Re: BhamFred] #873859
02/22/14 05:35 AM
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Has anybody made the switch from corn to protein yet? Is this about the time....or wait until a little closer to antler growing and does being pregnant a couple of months?

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Crimson Hunter] #873915
02/22/14 07:17 AM
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I am building 55 gallon deer feeders with 3 way heads right now! My thinking is to put a little in them and get deer use to them. How long will it take for deer to start using and feeding from the 3-way protein heads?

Re: Protein Pellets [Re: Buckmounted] #875569
02/24/14 04:29 AM
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I have never fed corn or anything to the deer on my property and I placed a Boss Buck out at the beginning of November and by the end of January I had deer visiting it regularly. But it took 2 months before a deer would actually try it out. I had to throw lots of corn on the ground around the feeder and each week I kept throwing smaller amounts out and closer to the feeder.

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