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Flex Corn #2583708 09/15/11 02:22 AM
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Anyone tried Flex Corn? 30 lbs for 5.99 at Academy. Somehow it is supposed to equal 41.2 pounds of corn.


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So it basically like a fried corn at the State Fair? Just makes you fatter?


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Re: Flex Corn [Re: Chaser42] #2583734 09/15/11 02:29 AM
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It doesn't have a lot of nutritional value but the deer sure like it. If your trying to grow deer, it's probably not what you want. If you just want them to come to your feeder, it works.



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Not that it would be a problem this year, but like most extruded feeds it's not moisture tolerant. I tried some 2 years ago when it first came out and the deer would sift through it to eat the corn I had mixed with it, and it basically sat there until it broke down. From what I gather it byproducts like husks and cobs mulched with a little corn kernal mixed in.


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It's made with crushed corn or corn particles, mixed with a crushed protein mixture or protein particles, and all of it combined with a syrup.

Cheap and not too effective, and is NOT moisture tolerant. Even a heavy dew will dissolve it!



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Originally Posted By: asartor
It doesn't have a lot of nutritional value but the deer sure like it. If your trying to grow deer, it's probably not what you want. If you just want them to come to your feeder, it works.

Corn doesn't have a lot of nutritional value either...


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