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Feed ‘Buck Nut’ year-round for quality deer herds

4G White-tailed_deer smFarmers spend 11 months of the year tending to field crops. It’s a year-round job that can pay off on the last month with a high-yield bumper crop. That payoff harvest happens if the farmer applies minerals to the soil and plants that make them grow strong over time.

The same year-round farming theory applies to growing and producing healthy, sustainable deer herds. If you lease land for seasonal deer hunting then Buck Nut is for you. It’s a powder supplement that produces quality, healthy deer—bucks and does—and keeps them on your property all year.

Buck Nut is one of 7 products made in Texas by In Sights Wildlife Solutions. You can watch an exclusive video to see In Sights Wildlife Nutrition Solutions products at work. All it takes is typing the private password “buckdraw.” Click here and type the private password to watch.

Buck Nut is both supplement and attractant. It’s designed to keep deer on spot and make them grow to trophy size sooner than other products. The same trophies you take time to grow, and see on the trail cam, are the very same deer that will be around when the season begins. And more importantly, the same deer you want to grow to trophy size for seasons to come.

Buck Nut achieves all of that by providing deer with high fat and high energy. It contains a blend of peanuts for protein, sugar for energy and taste, and grain by-products for nutrition and growth.

Buck Nut promotes antler growth and improved health needs during pre-rut, rut and post-rut seasons. It also aids in nutritional wildlife health during doe conception and fawning. Does breed healthier and produce stronger fawns with a lower mortality rate. You get a year-round, sustainable and selective herd.

Application is easy. Just pour Buck Nut in deer traffic areas and shooting lanes. Reapply throughout the season to increase attraction and keep bucks in target zones.

Texas native Stephen Stone and his family own and operate In Sights Wildlife Nutrition Solutions. Stone was agriculture feed sales veteran and top producer before forming his company based in central Texas. All of the products are created in-house, based on research and field trial tests in the nation’s most prolific region for producing trophy deer.

Stone is a believer that fat, energy and protein are all vital in promoting healthy deer nutrition. He believes that protein attractants only provide short-term solutions for sustaining deer health and vitality.

“It takes all three nutrients to grow quality deer and keep them coming back,” he said. “Deer need energy and fat as well to grow healthy for growth and healthy breeding.”

Enhance Buck Nut’s power for attracting deer with Buck Strut, a syrup-based attractant made by In Sights Wildlife Nutrition Solutions. See the complete lineup of products at www.insightsnutrion.com.

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