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Old 03-19-2011, 05:29 PM
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Default New rack stacker mineral plot

Today I got my new rack stacker mineral plot set up with a trail cam to monitor the action. I found a spot with two old rotten stumps side by side so I put blaze on one and glory on the other. Hopefully I'll get some great pics of deer using them!

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Old 03-21-2011, 10:02 PM
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Is it sticky?
Why on stumps?
I met the owners of Vitaferm Sunday. I already use their product but they were very nice people and seem honest. One of the guys there tryed to get the to commit that it will grow "bigger Antlers" They were smarter than that. As with most hunter he was looking for some to say "if you put this down you will have HUGE antlers on every buck that eats it. They tryed to explain that making the deer healther should be his goal and Antlers will be a by product, but he could not comprehend the consept. I think she explained it a dozen time.
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Old 03-22-2011, 04:05 PM
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I'm hoping to improve the deer herds health,the antlers will follow. I put it on the stumps because thats what the instructions said to do. I've never tried it before so I'll see what happens!

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Hopefully this last blast of winter doesn't ruin your test.

Let us know if you get any pics from your camera

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Old 03-27-2011, 06:04 PM
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I will!

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Hey, try using a pail on 8 ft. pole for mineral, if you are not using Rackstacker pail, than make sure you have hole's drilled in pail.
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Thanks,I'll try that next time!

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Hello just woundering how your minerals worked out? I started using Glory in the spring of 2011 just to see what would happen. I got pictures of deer,grouse,bears and even a cow moose. I think the moose was just walking though. I have mine on a 8' cut off cedar. I had to put stove pipe around the top to keep the bears from getting up there. There was one bear that just reached up and knocked it down. I did not see him during hunting season. I found the deer did not come around there during November but from what I have read that is normal.
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The deer went crazy for it.I got a bunch of pics of doe's with fawns and some young bucks but no big guys.The doe's and fawn's went nuts for it though.

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