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Old 06-28-2020, 10:04 PM   #1
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I'm going to start one protein feeder, next to a corn feeder and free choice mineral. What protein pellet is recommended and what's it going to cost per bag?

Usually for horses we feed a 14%, how does this compare to "deer protein"?
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Old 06-28-2020, 10:32 PM   #2
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Antler max 20% At 15$ a bag !
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Old 06-29-2020, 05:07 AM   #4
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So that does bring up a question- this is an attractant and bonus feed, I'm not going to be feeding enough on our low fence place to effectively make a difference in antler growth (to my understanding).

Could you use 14% horse pellet? The deer at our saddle barn are always coming in to clean up the pellet feed and sweet feed that the horses drop...that being said, I cannot recall how much a bag of the horse feed is, but I think $9?
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I get mine at local farmers coop 18%... $8.50.
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Sounds like you just need to sling corn

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Deer will definitely eat sweet feed. May-September I would feed Antlermax20 or if your local feed store carries it try GamePro. I feed year round however the main consumption is summer months. AntlerMax20 is a really good feed and for $12-$15/50# it’s worth it! Currently my 300# BossBuck feeder is emptied within 10 days.

If you want to cut back some cost mix it 50/50 with corn.
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Thanks for the tips. As I said this is more of an experiment. I may try different products for each fill and keep a record of consumption. I'll get a game camera put up over it too.
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Deer will definitely eat sweet feed. May-September I would feed Antlermax20 or if your local feed store carries it try GamePro. I feed year round however the main consumption is summer months. AntlerMax20 is a really good feed and for $12-$15/50# itís worth it! Currently my 300# BossBuck feeder is emptied within 10 days.

If you want to cut back some cost mix it 50/50 with corn.
Are coons a problem on your Boss Buck?
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Old 06-29-2020, 03:27 PM   #10
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Lyssy and Eckel if you have that as an Option.
i go to the store in Poth and it is about $10.50 per bag.

My FIL pours Cottenseed meal pellets in troughs and they eat it so anything is better than nothing.
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The deer around my area hit the protein a couple times a day for only a few bites each time. I use maybe a bag a month so it's not bad for me.
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The deer around my area hit the protein a couple times a day for only a few bites each time. I use maybe a bag a month so it's not bad for me.
Do you have water near by your protein?
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Not yet. I have a coon hood but have yet to install it.
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Not yet. I have a coon hood but have yet to install it.
I was curious, I know Coonhoods are the way to go, just looking at options. I only had to worry about coons but now I have a permanent cow issue, a pen moved up to the top of my list.
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I was curious, I know Coonhoods are the way to go, just looking at options. I only had to worry about coons but now I have a permanent cow issue, a pen moved up to the top of my list.
Iím a fan of the panels! Easy to move around and very sturdy! Can put a T-Post in if needed to keep cows from pushing on them.
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Looking good on the pen!
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Lyssy and Eckel if you have that as an Option.
i go to the store in Poth and it is about $10.50 per bag.

My FIL pours Cotten seed meal pellets in troughs and they eat it so anything is better than nothing.
If I had a Lyssy & Eckel nearby that's what I would use. I'm using Hi-Pro from Struddy's . 17% @ $10.50/bag. Cant keep the feeder full. 300# feeder has usually been good for a while. right now it's being emptied in a week. Lot of bucks hitting it hard.
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Old 06-29-2020, 10:01 PM   #20
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We feed the Palmer Eco Deer 17%. Be handy for you.
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We are having good luck with Record Rack.
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Never tried horse feed? Maybe it will keep the pigs away?
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We feed the Palmer Eco Deer 17%. Be handy for you.
That's what I went with from Palmers. Fairly reasonable. Now we will see how the deer respond to it. Test site 1, 300lbs put out.
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Do you have water near by your protein?


We have waters within 1/2 mile. My next project I wanted to put additional non-livestock waters closer to my stands.


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This is our first double feeding spot. Got 300lbs put out in the protein feeder.


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Might check prices on sheep and goat pellets.
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How tall is that feed plate?
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Iím a fan of the panels! Easy to move around and very sturdy! Can put a T-Post in if needed to keep cows from pushing on them.
Where did you get these panels?

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Do hogs get into your pen?
From here on TBH. Check your local hardware/fence supply store and see if they carry Goat Panels. They set up quickly!

There is another thread here with details on another company that makes them. Not a single hog has been in my pens.
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From here on TBH. Check your local hardware/fence supply store and see if they carry Goat Panels. They set up quickly!

There is another thread here with details on another company that makes them. Not a single hog has been in my pens.

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I second record rack. My deer plow through it. I started using it as an attractant last year when I noticed the bucks weren't on my cameras as much when the feeder ran out.
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I'm going to start one protein feeder, next to a corn feeder and free choice mineral. What protein pellet is recommended and what's it going to cost per bag?

Usually for horses we feed a 14%, how does this compare to "deer protein"?
Best of luck with your feed search! As you probably already know, there's a lot of great proteins out there, so it would be hard to go wrong on whichever brand of protein you choose.

With that, as fellow TBH members, we would love the opportunity to earn your business. You can learn a bit more about us and our deer feeds/proteins here: https://discussions.texasbowhunter.c...d.php?t=761879

Also, just for TBH members, we offer a buy 2 get 1 free so you give our West Feeds deer feeds a try. Also, this offer is available to try our West Feeds cattle, horse, and poultry feeds. If interested, DM us here on TBH.

Again, best of luck, and please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or need any help.
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Best of luck with your feed search! As you probably already know, there's a lot of great proteins out there, so it would be hard to go wrong on whichever brand of protein you choose.

With that, as fellow TBH members, we would love the opportunity to earn your business. You can learn a bit more about us and our deer feeds/proteins here: https://discussions.texasbowhunter.c...d.php?t=761879

Also, just for TBH members, we offer a buy 2 get 1 free so you give our West Feeds deer feeds a try. Also, this offer is available to try our West Feeds cattle, horse, and poultry feeds. If interested, DM us here on TBH.

Again, best of luck, and please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or need any help.
Thanks for the info. I'm going to check y'all out tonight after I get dinner squared away.
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How tall is that feed plate?
It looks higher in the picture, but it's about 2.5ft-3ft off the ground. Seems plenty low enough for the deer. I'll go look at it again tomorrow. What height does it need to be at?
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I hear double down is the ticket.
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Best of luck with your feed search! As you probably already know, there's a lot of great proteins out there, so it would be hard to go wrong on whichever brand of protein you choose.

With that, as fellow TBH members, we would love the opportunity to earn your business. You can learn a bit more about us and our deer feeds/proteins here: https://discussions.texasbowhunter.c...d.php?t=761879

Also, just for TBH members, we offer a buy 2 get 1 free so you give our West Feeds deer feeds a try. Also, this offer is available to try our West Feeds cattle, horse, and poultry feeds. If interested, DM us here on TBH.

Again, best of luck, and please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or need any help.
Does that offer work at any feedstore or only at West?
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It looks higher in the picture, but it's about 2.5ft-3ft off the ground. Seems plenty low enough for the deer. I'll go look at it again tomorrow. What height does it need to be at?
I always heard 42Ē. I couldnít get deer to use the tubes. Lower to 38Ē and they went to it immediately. At 38Ē mature deer (110 doe and 180+ bucks) look like giraffe eating from it. They are smaller than we think. Lol
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Best of luck with your feed search! As you probably already know, there's a lot of great proteins out there, so it would be hard to go wrong on whichever brand of protein you choose.

With that, as fellow TBH members, we would love the opportunity to earn your business. You can learn a bit more about us and our deer feeds/proteins here: https://discussions.texasbowhunter.c...d.php?t=761879

Also, just for TBH members, we offer a buy 2 get 1 free so you give our West Feeds deer feeds a try. Also, this offer is available to try our West Feeds cattle, horse, and poultry feeds. If interested, DM us here on TBH.

Again, best of luck, and please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or need any help.
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Does that offer work at any feedstore or only at West?
Once approved through DM here on TBH, this offer is available at any feedstore throughout Texas that carries West Feeds and the product(s) you're looking for. If interested, please DM us so that we can make arrangements for next steps.

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Best of luck with your feed search! As you probably already know, there's a lot of great proteins out there, so it would be hard to go wrong on whichever brand of protein you choose.

With that, as fellow TBH members, we would love the opportunity to earn your business. You can learn a bit more about us and our deer feeds/proteins here: https://discussions.texasbowhunter.c...d.php?t=761879

Also, just for TBH members, we offer a buy 2 get 1 free so you give our West Feeds deer feeds a try. Also, this offer is available to try our West Feeds cattle, horse, and poultry feeds. If interested, DM us here on TBH.

Again, best of luck, and please feel free to reach out if you have any questions or need any help.
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Once approved through DM here on TBH, this offer is available at any feedstore throughout Texas that carries West Feeds and the product(s) you're looking for. If interested, please DM us so that we can make arrangements for next steps.
To be 100% upfront with everyone, our buy 2 bags, get 1 free offer is available for a single purchase of 2 bags of feed only -- meaning the maximum bags of feed you would get for free is one. We apologize if this was not clear in our previous messages.
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Read this thread - https://discussions.texasbowhunter.c...d.php?t=589066

Has really good information in regards to TDN% (Total digestible nutrients)
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I feed horse pellets and they love it. Sweet feed works well to but it seems to clog the funnel pretty easy.
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From here on TBH. Check your local hardware/fence supply store and see if they carry Goat Panels. They set up quickly!

There is another thread here with details on another company that makes them. Not a single hog has been in my pens.
The ones on the tbh thread were only 10í those look bigger?

Iím interested in the panels too. Iíd love to not have to drive any tpost. Buy once, cry once.
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I can't hardly keep up with my deer on the Antler Max. I'm almost scared to carry the bags in the woods.
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This is what most of the folks in the Angelo area I know feed including myself. They kill it at our place. Itís a smaller pellet so it works well in our feeders. They also sell it in bulk with a trailer/filler. Price is good either wast. I believe they also make an Eco 19....

After reading further looks like that is what you went with.
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