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    bagged deer feed ?

    What deer feed do you use ?

    ive tryed crushed oats but they dont seem to like it. ideally want to buy bagged stuff for ease of transport etc etc.



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    What type of deer, have fed red deer with cattle cobs, turnips and carrots are acceptable as is sugar beet, hay will get eaten but they usually waste more than they eat.windfall apples and even potatoes will be eaten at times,if you want a ready made feed its possible to buy purpose made feed blocks as opposed to mineral blocks for deer.

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    Why are you feeding them?? carrots are acceptable but chop them up as the whole carrot are too big for the roe. About 1" cuts and scatter. However if it is to draw them in to kill zone rather than help out in lean times mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm

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    whole maize

    i use bagged whole maize,superb supplement for stags or hinds,i even have roe deer mad keen on it,ducks come in also,with many other birds including grouse which feed on the kibble left from the dross,even the wee birdies feed too.

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    We use Stag nuts and silage
    There is a place on this planet for all of God's creatures, right next to my tatties and gravy!!!

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