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Old Aug 17th 2014, 03:50 AM   #16
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  Apr 2009
  cental Pennsylvania

Cervid: taxidermy
They will eat all the leaves and ears, then chew on the stalks. But if you feed them daily, they get spoiled and go for the ears and leaves and pretty much ignore the stalk. Usually each stalk grows 2-3 ears, the farmer picks the best ear for selling, so my deer still get at least one per stalk. Then by fall he chops it for silage. My deer will eat the silage, but they don't care for it that much.
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Old Aug 18th 2014, 03:37 PM   #17
 
  Oct 2012
  Ohio


we pay $450 per ton but i can't say i'm very impressed with it. May i ask what everyone's mix is? email me in private in you don't want to post it public here. Hell we're all friends here guys what's your mix? i got too many darn fines with the mix i inherited
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Old Aug 18th 2014, 03:47 PM   #18
 
  Oct 2012
  Ohio


Our mix..and i hate it.WAY TOO MANY FINES. We are now using shelled corn to cut down on fines and a bit more molasses but i'd still like to get rid of some of the other fines. I just don't think this has the nutrition they need.


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I keep it at 18% protein yr yr but i did up the fat to 4% i THINK. I inherited this and welcome any and all feed back


Our mix is:


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Corn 528 lbs


Soybean Meal 328 lbs


Corn Gluten Pellet 316 lbs


Soy Hull Pellets 252 lbs


Distillers Grain 126 lbs


Oats 190 lbs


Molasses 104


CLE Liquid Fat 82lbs


Limestone Calcium 38lbs


GainRite GlutenGro 18 lbs
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