Hunter's Specialties Vita Rack 26

Vita Rack 26 promises to not only provide does and bucks with essential minerals and vitamins year round, but to help eliminate a nasty pest that can affect overall herd health: ticks. The high-tech supplement formula, developed by David Fuhr, controls ticks with seven B vitamins and minerals. Fuhr also states that he has seen greatly increased body weights and increased herd health on test farms where Vita Rack 26 was tested.

The product does not make extensive use of salts and sugars like other mineral supplements on the market and is water soluble, so it's easily absorbed by a deer's digestive system. Vita Rack 26 is available in 5- or 25-pound bags.


Go online to www.hunterspec.com.


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