Some do but just remember every bite of WCS that a deer takes he is not getting all the key minerals/trace minerals/vitamins that are added into your protein pellets. Can be difficult to get deer trained to eat. Labor intensive to put out and to get it at a good price you have to book it (how many loads you will need for a year) in advance. By the time you factor in equipment to handle it, labor, and adding in minerals, etc...I put pellets a better value long term. With pellets I know every bite a deer takes has what he needs(or what "we" think they need) in it.