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Looking to attract trophy deer? It's time to BUCKER-UP! Strategically designed with unheard-of drawing power to attract deer to your hunting area, hold 'em there, keep 'em coming back, and grow 'em into the quality size you're looking for. The next level of powerful deer attraction and nutrition combines all the best attractants that deer love in one formula. This super-concentrated blend contains alfalfa, roasted soybeans, peanut meal, oats, all the right vitamins and minerals, and even Buck Bran™, which features stabilized rice bran, soybean meal, cracked corn, and cane molasses. Breakthrough mixture sports custom-formulated flavoring with the precise percentages of protein and fat your deer have been searching for. Ingredients are proportioned for maximum attractiveness. Ready to use, no mixing! 5 lb. bag.
Rated 4 out of 5 by jSchindler Bucker up
Put this out and some stump licker right next to it on some downed logs. The deer tore the stump licker up and didn't even acknowledge the buckerup til the stumplick was gone, then they tore into it! Once they started eatin on it it was gone in a few days. Good bit cheaper than the other stuff out there as well.
November 4, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by HoneyBear Good addition to a feed plot
I mixed this with the feed in the feeder and all of the wildlife can't get enough of it all. I have pictures of the deer trying to knock over the feeder to get more because they can smell it in the drum. Works amazingly.
August 23, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by bretwis Brings them in!
It took the deer about a week to find but after they found it they destroyed! Herds of deer came looking for it.
August 10, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by CajunExecutioner Junk!
I put this out opening morning of bow season (12 days ago). It is still sitting in the same place I piled it up at. I also spread corn around it. I had deer prints in the Bucker-Up as they were eating the corn. I have pics of the deer smelling it and then walking off. 12 days and it has not been touched. One good thing... It lasts a long long time!!
October 12, 2010
if i hunt in an area that mostly is hedge row with hedge apples and very little acorn trees (if any at all) would it be better to give the deer an apple flavor or an acorn flavor becasue they are not provided with the acorns already
If you want to get deer into your area I would use the apple (I've used it and it works great!) but if you're looking to try and grow better deer the acorn is probably a better choice because it should have more protein