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Double Down #9040099 04/29/24 02:33 PM
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Anyone else think it creates a lot of dust compared to other pellets?

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Re: Double Down [Re: Hudbone] #9045144 05/09/24 05:52 PM
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I feed Double Down and while there is some dust usually at the very end of a bag pour, I am satisfied. Once they get on it, deer love Double Down!!

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Mine eat the stuff like crazy and it shows immediate results (1 antler cycle)... it's maybe dusty...don't care

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I just refilled my feeders with Double Down on Saturday and I did not have any dust---very clean
3 of 4 of my protein feeders were empty, so they are hammering the DD protein even with the natural browse being plentiful

Re: Double Down [Re: Hudbone] #9049668 05/20/24 02:24 AM
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I feed it as well, never really had a lot of residual dust, a little at the bottom of the bag maybe but I fort he price I get it at I definitely won’t complain compared to other varieties and I’m very pleased with results

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