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Buck Lunch

Buck Lunch

Sugar beets are an "ice cream" crop for deer, highly palatable and attractive. Buck Lunch is now offering high-quality seed for hunters looking for that extra something in their food plots.

Both the plant and root will attract deer all season long. The tops contain 13 percent crude protein and the roots are 18 percent carbohydrates, offering deer an important winter energy source. Buck Lunch seeds come coated with fungicides that protect them from soil- and seed-borne diseases.


Learn more at www.bucklunch.com.


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