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5 New Attractants for 2012

5 New Attractants for 2012

Take the health and nutrition of your whitetail herd into your own hands. Keep em' healthy with any of these new deer supplements.

Big & J XX

Big and J Industries is offering XX. While some products are simply attractants, XX attracts deer and gives them the protein and nutrients they need to stay healthy and strong all year. XX is packed with protein thanks to the processed grains and refined soybean oil used in the product. XX has a healthy amount of zinc and calcium mixed in, which strengthen bones and promote a healthy immune system. XX can be used by itself or mixed with other supplements.

Hunter Specialties Vita-Rack 26

Hunter Specialties makes a deer supplement block called the Vita-Rack 26 that is an attractant and a supplement designed to keep deer healthy and strong. This block contains 20 percent protein and is made of milo, cottonseed oil, molasses and apple flavoring to attract the deer. What is most amazing about this product is it helps to control ticks, which helps deer maintain a healthy immune system.

Lucky Buck

Lucky Buck has been in the business of making deer minerals for many years. Lucky Buck Mineral comes in a 2-gallon bucket and smells like apples. What separates it from other minerals are the ingredients. The minerals in Lucky Buck reportedly help keep deer healthy and help bucks grow larger racks.

Rack 1 Overload

Rack 1has a perfect product for hunters and land managers who want to feed year-round via a feed called Overload. Overload is a pellet designed to put weight back on a buck's body and keep him healthy after the rut so that when spring comes, his body can start producing a nice rack. Overload contains 20 percent protein and lots of fat, fiber and calcium so a buck can quickly recover in time for a long winter.

Wildgame Innovations Sugar Beet Crush

Wildgame Innovations has a new attractant called Sugar Beet Crush that will drive deer crazy. Sugar Beet Crush is made up of crushed sugar beets and processed beans. These two vegetables concentrated in one formula attract and keep deer coming back to the site where the product is used, whether it's used near a scouting camera, a treestand or simply as a nutritional supplement.

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