So you dream of going after a giant whitetail? Thinking of scouting him, getting trail camera pictures, maybe even catching him on video some evening and then eagerly anticipating the opening day? Wake up! You can do all this and it is within your budget. With Lucky Buck Mineral for an average of $100 you can run a site for one year and have a guarantee of much larger racks.
Perhaps one of the biggest myths involving whitetails is that you can’t make a difference on the size of their antlers. You don’t have enough land, too much hunting pressure, poor soil or my favorite, we don’t have the genetics!
So you don’t have a 3,000 acre spread and it doesn’t look like you are going to have the cash to buy one real soon? Don’t give up. Look at what Dan Farmer did in Southern Michigan in 2005. He managed his property for two years before cashing in on this beauty green scoring 197″ and he got it with a bow during regular season at the age of 16. Dan fed Lucky Buck Mineral for almost two years right there. That was on a 10 acre parcel of land. Take the Bulliner Buck for another example. He was taken on a farm of 56 acres; he was on Lucky Buck for 3 years. This great 8 point scores 185: and has 32.5: beams. That’s the longest ever and wasn’t even grown up yet, he was only 4 years old. He would have been impressive in another year or two. At the rate he had grown in the last two years he likely would have been approaching 200″ and 35″ beams the next year. Again on 56 acres.
Now these bucks are not fenced and they will not stay on these small acreages, but having small acreages makes it even more important to have a reason for them to stick around or stop by for a visit and the best reason is Lucky Buck Mineral.
So you don’t have the genetics for these bucks? Take the Aaron Davis buck for example. In all the years that records have been kept wouldn’t his “genetics” have come through sometime in the past? The Davis buck scores 225 & 7/8″ and has a broken tine that would have likely put him pushing 235″. He was harvested in Hillsdale Co. Michigan with a bow and is the new state record for non-typical archery! Hillsdale Co. has never before produced a 200 inch buck. The biggest previously was 191″.
By now you may have made the connection that both the Davis buck and the Bulliner buck came from Hillsdale Co. Take a look; do these two racks look like they came from close relatives when you look at the characteristics such as number of points and shape? What they did have in common was Lucky Buck Mineral.
So the hunting pressure is too heavy in your area to get a buck like these? There is no area in the country that has a heavier hunting pressure than the southern tier of counties in Michigan and the northern edge of Ohio. Managing for getting more age on your deer does make a huge difference but if your neighbors aren’t, don’t give up, just grow them faster with Lucky Buck Mineral. Here are some examples of some 3 year old deer on Lucky Buck. Craig Wagner 27″ outside spread scores in the 190’s. Sherm Baker, 188″ great drop tines. Both from north western Ohio.
Poor soils are a legitimate problem. Food plots won’t grow well. Crops like soybeans and alfalfa are usually not grown or do not grow as well and the deer just don’t have the protein sources to get to monstrous proportions. Lucky Buck still will add noticeable increase to the antler size when nothing else seems to. Twenty to 30 inches will still make your hunting more exciting even if you are only going from the 120’s to the 160’s rather than into the record books.
By now you are asking why will this Lucky Buck mineral make such a huge difference in antler size when others in the past have not? Great question! I won’t give you all the secrets but will explain enough for you to get an understanding that it is not just hype and magic dust.
Antlers are the fastest growing tissue on earth. I call them an optional accessory for the deer. They do not need them to survive. The skeletal, muscular, and especially vital organs all take precedence over any nutrient. This is the opposite from a fetus in a female which takes precedence over the adult body. In the buck if there is anything missing, the weakest link, the antler stops growing and the body gets what it needs and the buck lives on. This stopping of antler growth is what we want to prevent with Lucky Buck. From our work with livestock minerals we know how extremely important selenium and other key trace minerals are. Because livestock can make adjustments over time that deer can’t on the antlers because of the extremely fast growth, I feel the importance of some of the trace minerals 100 times more important to the extra growth on the antlers. Any one with livestock knows what a shortage of selenium will do to their cattle or horse. Weak foals and calves hat can’t stand up as well as reproductive problems in the mothers. The problem is that some of the trace minerals like selenium are also toxic at some level. To just put in extra is not the answer. Also there are interactions between the trace mineral that tie up the usefulness of others. To prevent the toxicity of and insure the correct ratios are consumed we have come up with a simple way to control how much Lucky Buck the deer will eat. No matter how hungry you are or how well you like the apple flavor, you physically can not over eat on salt. Any thing else if you like it well enough can be over consumed to the point of a toxic reaction to the selenium and other trace minerals. This control of consumption also helps insure you are not spending money on nutrients that will just pass on through the animal.
Putting Lucky Buck Mineral out is easy. No site prep is required and the hardest part is getting the lid off the bucket. It will not spoil with rain or snow and you can put it out any where the deer are. Putting it on a stump or log works great or right on the ground.
So to summarize, it is easy, it is effective, and it is inexpensive to use Lucky Buck Mineral all year long. The great part is you can have the satisfaction and anticipation of going after a giant whitetail on your own property! For one hundred dollars or less per site for the mineral a few hundred for a trail camera–what is it worth for your kids, parents, or yourself to have a chance at a great one?! Priceless! Pick up 4 or 5 buckets right now and get started today!