Evolved Habitats Deer Cane® Apple Flavor Mineral Deer Attractant (5 lb)

Evolved Habitats Deer Cane® Apple Flavor Mineral Deer Attractant (5 lb)

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  • $12.99
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Our tried-and-true Deer Cane® is more irresistible than ever before, thanks to apple flavoring and Glo-Cote® UV enhancement. Now deer can smell, taste and even see this nutrition-packed mineral.

  • Our most popular mineral enhanced with apple flavor
  • Glo-Cote® UV enhancement allows deer to "see" mix
  • Draws deer in and keeps them coming back
  • Super dense mineral concentration
  • Establish or maintain active mineral sites quickly and easily
  • Works year-round
  • Soaks deep into ground for long-lasting power
  • Powder formula provides maximum coverage
  • Begins working immediately upon application
  • Apply directly to ground or use as a concentrate

Site Selection Tips

  • Select a shaded area near active deer crossings
  • Sandy soils will leach minerals sooner than heavy clay-type soils
  • Allow for a total site diameter of 10 feet
  • Create two sites per 100 acres

Directions For Use

  1. Clear all debris in a 4-foot diameter
  2. Loosen soil once area has been cleared
  3. Spread mineral contents over the site
  4. For instant results, mix bag contents with 6-8 gallons of water and apply liquid to site

Seasonal Activity

Minerals can help pattern deer year-round, but bucks and does consume different amounts seasonally depending on their needs.

Early Spring: Mineral consumption is high due to does carrying fawns and bucks seeking out minerals to grow new antlers.

Spring: Mineral consumption remains high while does nurse fawns and bucks continue antler development.

Summer: Deer consume minerals as needed for improved overall health, including healthy digestion. Bucks reach final antler growth potential during this time.

Fall: During the rut, does consume more minerals and bucks consume fewer. However, rutting bucks will seek out mineral sites in search of does who have visited the site.

Winter: Mineral consumption aids in preparing the herd for the cold months ahead.


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