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Panhandle Mule Deer #7903395 07/17/20 12:13 AM
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I’m setting up corn feeders for the first time ever in hopes of drawing in more mike deer and auodad to my place. They were everywhere before we added cattle 2 years ago (the deer that is). My question is should I place the two feeders in the open field or in cover with sage bushes etc or one in each type of area?

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May get rid of the cattle...


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I wish I could, this is the last year of the lease option though. I do think the cattle play a part since there’s not as much cover as before but I’m hoping the corn draws them in. If not I’ll settle for yotes, auodad and pigs who I know still come in on the reg.

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They will certainly eat the corn and can empty a free choice protein feeder in short order!


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