Picked up some crushed mineral block to try.

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  • Jester896

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    find a good site for a lick and it should. I have used Trophy Rocks as stump removing tools in the past. I also used to use one of the Whitetail Institute products and had good results once the site was established.
     

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    I used to make my own in 55 gallon drums and then find stumps and fill them.

    The deer would eat them to nothing and then start digging up and eating the dirt.

    I would Re-up 2 times a year.

    Just make sure to mix the 55 gallon drum in the back of the truck or have a tractor or forklift to pick it up - it is heavy.

    I cannot remember what I I put in it but it was all available from the co-op and the recipe was online in a lot of places.
     

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