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Thread: Mixed corn and mealworms

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Sniper View Post

    Can't see why not give it a go

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lucky Sniper View Post
    Please explain your thinking on the mealworms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by old man View Post
    Please explain your thinking on the mealworms?
    Only that this is all the store has in that has corn in

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    Quote Originally Posted by old man View Post
    Please explain your thinking on the mealworms?
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    If deer wanted to eat worms they'd have grown beaks! I'm sure they get a bit of extra protein from the odd insect they eat by accident, but I doubt they would be too keen on worms out of choice!
    Just buy a bag or corn.
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    A good way of cleansing the system after over indulgance?
    Just take whif of dried mealworms, seemingly these will form part of our diet?
    Think the deer will have more sense?

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