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hey guys we have gound some really really good stuff to feed the deer but its really expensive
like 13 bucks for 25 lbs.

the main ingerdient is rice bran. i think i can play around and mix this stuff up pretty easy its just got mostly the same vitmans as our salt vitaim mix that has been posted on the site along with some ground really fine corn and beans.

this stuff is really ground to a powder the deer are taring it up i mean absoulty digging the ground.

i know they raise rice down in the boot hill and some elevators buy it what i need is to find a processer of rice so i can buy some bulk rice bran

the closest place i have found so far is memphs thats along haul.....


any help?
 

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Let me check around... I know a couple of growers down there.

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you might check around portageville.... i know that a lot of rice is grown down there, or heck, why memphis, just go to arkansas, our rice capital of the states
 

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That's the stuff that's sold as "Buck Grub" isn't it?

I know another "secret" attractant that deer love. I don't think anyone bags it for sale to deer hunters though. You can buy it for about $180 per ton..... Anyone want to partner up and go into business? Problem is I'm pretty sure it would be considered baiting.
 

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well i think buck grub must be about the same stuff alot of people keep thinking thats what i am talking about but the stuff we been using is called buck bran its made by wildlife inovations

lets see someting for about 180 a ton that sounds like the going rate for soybean meal????? maybe????
 

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oops - the cost is more like $80 per ton. Soybean meal is as you say about $180 per ton.Which deer love but...

I was thinking of DDGs, or dried distillers grains. They take the corn mash leftover from making alcohol and mix it with the "syrup" which is also a by-product and dry it. It smells REALLY good. Deer, cattle, '*****, dogs, etc love it. I have an "in" at one of the three ethanol plants in MO.
 

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No luck here yet.. evidently, that stuff is pretty in-demand...
 

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now i was told this by a now retired conservation officer, but if the 1st ingredient in a mix is a mineral and not food product, then it is not baiting, but must be formulated to where the mineral is the most prevalent substance found in the mix.

don't quote me, cause rules and intepretations are always subject to change
 

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rice bran is not the haul of the head or the grain its self but when its is processed they remove a "skin" that is around the grain but inside the haul.

that skin is ground and dried and that is what rice brand is.
it would have to come from a processing plant not a farmer.
does that make since?
 

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Here is a source of rice bran. Hope this helps.




Diversified Ingr.
143 W. Clinton Place
St. Louis, MO 63122
Collin McAtee
1-800-727-1267

Alfalfa pellets 17% $172.00
Rice Bran $100.00


2/23/2006
FOB St. Louis MO
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