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Deer Candy Feed

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All,

A friend of mine took a trip up to North Louisiana and was telling me about a bagged feed that is sold called 'Deer Candy'. Supposedly, the deer absolutely love it and will walk right by multi-flavored rice bran to get to this stuff. I hunt in Central Louisiana and have never heard of it.

Does anyone know what it is made of or if it is sold in South/Central Louisiana? Your comments are appreciated.
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I hunt both area #2 and area #4 in South Louisiana and I must say this product drives the deer absolutely insane. The bags says roasted peanut butter flavored rice bran with cracked corn molasses and berry treats(god knows what the hell that is) and I must say from my own personal experience it is worth every penny. I've tried other flavored rice beans such as the well known 'mo buck' and persimen flavor but none even compare. My first time putting it out i put it out one evening before and counted 9 deer the very next morning! Want amazing to see deer find the food so fast and eat it as well. IMO buy it. What part of Louisiana are you in?
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Where did you buy it?
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I buy it from spillway sportsman over in Port Allen for about 16$ a 40ib bag
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Do they sell it on the north shore?
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I saw bags of this stuff in the Ruston area!
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Ponchatoula Feed has it. I just bought some and am taking it to Alabama to try it out.
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How much does Ponchatoula Feed and Seed charge per bag?
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It is made out of Ruston Louisiana by a feed supplier. Oneils Farm and Garden. It is primarily corn and molasses. They also make some stuff called buck wild that has a peach scent and flavor that to me works better than the deer candy. The make a rice bran that is called Buck Crunch that works well also. If you call them they can probably tell you if they distribute to anywhere down south.
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