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#6628237 - 01/11/17 08:33 PM Angelo pellets protein / cost
WesTexHunter75 Offline
Bird Dog

Registered: 10/31/11
Posts: 411
Loc: Midland, tx
Anyone feeding these protein pellets? Also, how are your deer liking it? I know that it is one of the cheapest priced proteins on the market. What is the cost bag / ton?

Thanks


Edited by WesTexHunter75 (01/11/17 08:34 PM)

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#6630843 - 01/13/17 12:24 PM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
WesTexHunter75 Offline
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Registered: 10/31/11
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Loc: Midland, tx
Guess nobody feed this stuff? I searched it but haven't really found any recent information about it.

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#6630923 - 01/13/17 01:09 PM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
fouzman Offline
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Registered: 08/09/10
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Loc: Houston, TX
Never heard of it but a search yielded this...

http://www.angelopellets.com/catalogItems/index/3

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#6631032 - 01/13/17 02:09 PM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
txbobcat Offline
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Very good feed. I feed a lot of it. I'll have to find the last invoice but it was around 345-350 ton bagged I believe.

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#6631048 - 01/13/17 02:18 PM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
fouzman Offline
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That's a good price if it's good stuff with the right mineral pac.

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#6631140 - 01/13/17 03:06 PM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
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Used it about 12 years ago when I hunted Coke County. It seemed to be OK, but couldn't say if it was any better or any worse than the other protein supplements.
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#6631502 - 01/13/17 07:05 PM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
WesTexHunter75 Offline
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Registered: 10/31/11
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Loc: Midland, tx
Thanks guys! I finally found some info on it. Supposedly it tested very well especially on the "tdn" amongst other things. I called them today and they quoted me 300 / ton for the 17% and 359 for the 20 extreme rack plus. Paying 12.50 a bag now for antlermax so I think it's worth a try.

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#6634353 - 01/15/17 08:32 PM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
JROD Offline
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Call up there and ask for Kirby, he's the nutrition guy for them. Very knowledgeable.

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#6634664 - 01/15/17 11:42 PM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
old raider Offline
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Registered: 05/04/12
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Loc: tarrant, texas
Will it feed though a corn feeder?

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#6634837 - 01/16/17 08:09 AM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
txbobcat Offline
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Originally Posted By: WesTexHunter75
Thanks guys! I finally found some info on it. Supposedly it tested very well especially on the "tdn" amongst other things. I called them today and they quoted me 300 / ton for the 17% and 359 for the 20 extreme rack plus. Paying 12.50 a bag now for antlermax so I think it's worth a try.


We switched from Purina to that 20 extreme also and very happy with it.

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#6639790 - 01/19/17 11:20 AM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
ErnestTBass Offline
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Registered: 08/12/16
Posts: 134
We bought it from Country Boys in Rocksprings for about $10/bag.

To get it for 300/ton, I suppose I'd need to pick it up in San Angelo?

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#6639809 - 01/19/17 11:28 AM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
artrios60 Offline
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We used it up til last year when we found a better price for similar product. we were paying about $380/ton. we use about 8 ton/month
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#6639831 - 01/19/17 11:42 AM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
newulmboy Offline
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I feed it at my place in Northern Edwards County. I buy it from Country Boys in Rocksprings. I believe it's about 10.50-10.75 a bag. Never asked about a bulk price.

Old Raider: Yes, it will feed through a corn feeder. I mix my feed 50/50, corn and protein, in my spin feeders. No problems, but I do have eliminator spinner plates on all my feeders. I do this because I cannot afford to feed straight protein in my gravity feeder, as the axis will bankrupt me.

Edit: forgot to mention, thats for the 20% protein.

For the others that mentioned pricing for bulk, is that 17% or 20%?


Edited by newulmboy (01/19/17 11:45 AM)

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#6639832 - 01/19/17 11:43 AM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: WesTexHunter75]
esnow74 Offline
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Registered: 01/09/12
Posts: 267
Loc: Ellis County, TX
We use it and the deer seem to really like it but not sure on price. We all pitch in x dollars and lease manager pays for it.

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#6639869 - 01/19/17 12:01 PM Re: Angelo pellets protein / cost [Re: newulmboy]
ErnestTBass Offline
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Registered: 08/12/16
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Originally Posted By: newulmboy
Old Raider: Yes, it will feed through a corn feeder. I mix my feed 50/50, corn and protein, in my spin feeders. No problems, but I do have eliminator spinner plates on all my feeders. I do this because I cannot afford to feed straight protein in my gravity feeder, as the axis will bankrupt me.


I'm having the same issue. We are near you and have lots of free range axis (and some monsters). Good problem to have (for the most part), but I'm afraid they're going to empty my gravity feeders too fast. For some reason, the axis don't tend to jump my hog panels and hit the spin feeders hard (sometimes they do, but mostly it's just whitetail), so I think it will save me money and the whitetail will get most of the benefit.

Do you think your whitetails get any visible benefit out of throwing protein from of the spin feeder? My concern is that it wouldn't be enough to help. How much do you spin per day?


Edited by ErnestTBass (01/19/17 12:01 PM)

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