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deer pictures #7908664 07/22/20 01:55 AM
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Group of bucks from my 250 acre low fence property
They're enjoying a snack of raw peanuts. I'm pretty sure they're addicted to them
I can drum on a empty 5 gallon bucket and they practically run over me.

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Where did you say your place is?

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I reside in South Texas. Live Oak County to be specific

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Peanuts are one thing I have seen a whitetail walk over an acorn to eat. They love them.


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Nice looking group you have there! Need some help?


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I need some peanuts chicken

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Great group of bucks! And a belated welcome We need more south Texas boys on here for sure.


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Where did you say your place is?


When my family had a little land that had been passed down for generations, outside of San Augustine, the boys at Deep East Electric Cooperative (they were a customer of ours) would ask me this all the dang time. crazy


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That's a great bachelor group. Not long until they start beating each other up.

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We’re hoping to have a good solid group like that at some point but only time will tell if feeding and culling pays off and we don’t get hit with anthrax.


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Quite the bachelor party indeed!

The big 10 in the center is beautiful.


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Originally Posted by stxranchman
Peanuts are one thing I have seen a whitetail walk over an acorn to eat. They love them.



Ranchman, what is the apprx protein content of peanuts? I had a friend who used to have 3k acres W of Dilley and he used to go by them by the dump truck load and dump piles of peanuts every 1/4 mile down his roads and can say that you are dead correct...……...those deer went apechit over em!


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Peanuts have around 24% crude protein

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Peanuts are one thing I have seen a whitetail walk over an acorn to eat. They love them.



Ranchman, what is the apprx protein content of peanuts? I had a friend who used to have 3k acres W of Dilley and he used to go by them by the dump truck load and dump piles of peanuts every 1/4 mile down his roads and can say that you are dead correct...……...those deer went apechit over em!

I have a friend who bought full truck loads of SEG3 shelled peanuts back in the late 70's into the early 90's to run through their spin feeders. The still fed them in the mid 90's on their first ranch they bought up around Eden. They fed them on their hunting leases up in that area till they bought their own land. They always hunted in Live Oak country and had to deal with acorns is how they found out how good they worked. I fed them in the shell hear on my place from time to time. I was told they run 22% to 26% protein.


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First time I hunted South Texas, 80s in Frio, there was a peanut field on the place. Unbelievable the trails beat down through the brush coming and going to that field. First year I set up as far away from the field as I could(smallish place) on one of those trails and a 155 came right down it at daylight after having been on that field. They love those peanuts.


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Thanks WRBCguru and stxranchman.
I didn't realize they were that high in protein


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