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#6905395 - 10/02/17 12:03 AM Anyone heard of distillers grain for dear?
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My brother uses it up north and mixes it with driex molasses for an attractent. Any izdea on were you can find it?
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#6905771 - 10/02/17 10:51 AM Re: Anyone heard of distillers grain for dear? [Re: Greg Z]
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Any home brew store will have grains. Corn is cheaper.
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#6906822 - 10/02/17 10:23 PM Re: Anyone heard of distillers grain for dear? [Re: Greg Z]
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This is differant. It is used i believe as cattle feed. Not meant to vo in the feeder but spread as an attrctant.
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#7046067 - 01/20/18 11:12 AM Re: Anyone heard of distillers grain for dear? [Re: Greg Z]
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DDGs are the leftovers after brewing and fermentation

you can get it from any brewery or any ethanol plant

the price you will pay will vary greatly from free (a small brewery not near any cattle feeders) that just wants it hauled off to "market price" from an ethanol plant that has a lot of cattle feeders nearby

it is very good for cattle and not as good for poultry or pork because all the starch is mostly gone and a lot of the oils are gone as well....but very high in proteins by weight

I would contact a brewery near you, but one thing is many smaller breweries will have WDGs IE WET Distillers Grains that will have a much higher moisture content so you are paying to haul "water" and you need to use them before they spoil

so WDGs will be better in season as an attractant if you can get the deer used to it

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