Watch the Racks Grow with Lucky Buck!
Hunting - Are you dying to hunt and harvest a monster buck with a trophy rack, but you just haven’t had any luck? Well, now you can create your own good luck with Lucky Buck Mineral. Lucky Buck Mineral is manufactured by MAR-VO MINERAL CO., INC., the same company that has been producing livestock minerals for the past 85 years.
Lucky Buck Mineral supplements the deer population’s diet with minerals that not only make them healthier, but also help develop bigger, better racks! When it comes to wild animals, you can’t MAKE them eat anything…they have to WANT to eat it. Lucky Buck Mineral is developed with just the right ratios of minerals that deer love, mixed with an ingredient that will limit the amount they want to eat (unlike competitor’s attractant mixes that have grain or molasses by-products that cause deer to overeat).
For best results, Lucky Buck Mineral should be used year-round. It’s easy to use -- just dump it on a stump, log or even on the ground. Stock up to avoid running out. Usage will be greatest in the spring……they should have all they want while their racks are growing. (Please follow local laws and regulations for hunting, baiting and feeding deer.)
The Lucky Buck PrimeTime Premix is designed to be mixed with a grain based formula to make an 18-20% protein grain ration that can then be fed with hay or growing forage. Add 300 pounds per ton of grain.
The Lucky Buck Off-Season Premix is designed to be used on all deer or elk from September to January. For all animals that will not be marketed that year. The Off-Season Premix could be fed for the entire year.
For more information on Lucky Buck’s quality products or for high-res images, call 517-320-4160, e-mail Dave Wheeler at dwheel[email protected], or check out the website www.lucky-buck.com.
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