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Beast Feast Deer Supplement

Item # 412659
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Key Features

  • Fresh fruit and sweet molasses flavors

  • Beneficial minerals

  • Feed topper

  • Attractant

  • 3 lbs.


Our Price   $9.99

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evolved_habitats Beast Feast Deer Supplement adds the taste of fresh fruit and sweet molasses to necessary minerals producing a beneficial supplement and attractant for deer. Beast Feast can be used as a feed topper by either flavoring 1,000 lb. of grain in automatic feeders, or sprinkling a cup full over a bucket of corn. 3 lbs.

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Evolved HabitatsBeast Feast Deer Supplement
 
4.8

(based on 4 reviews)

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      5.0

      Truly a Beast Feast

      By Dupe

      from Weatherford, Ok

      About Me Hunter

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Great Attractant
      • Works well

      Cons

      • Strong Smell When Applyin

      Best Uses

      • Hunting
      • Mix with corn

      Comments about Evolved Habitats Beast Feast Deer Supplement:

      I have seen great results by using this attractant. Every kernel of corn is eaten under the feeder. Other feeders in the area without Beast Feast will have bits of corn still laying under feeders.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      5.0

      Best I have found!

      By Ryan

      from Hunted in Menard County Texas

      About Me Hunter

      Pros

      • Extremely effective

      Cons

      • Kinda hard to find

      Best Uses

      • Hunting

      Comments about Evolved Habitats Beast Feast Deer Supplement:

      Tried Hog Wild, Deer Cane and all the others. Found this in a west Texas feed store and gave it a try. Worked great! Even took a 5 gal. bucket of regular corn and a 5 gal. bucket of treated corn to "test" it and was shocked at the difference. Most amazing proof was while bowhunting, had a doe running at a god rate right towards me stop on a dime, put her nose in the air and turn around to eat corn I had spread out. She had no intentions of eating it until she smelled the Beast Feast.

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      • No

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Great Product

      By Rich

      from Massachusetts

      About Me Hunter

      Verified Reviewer

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        Cons

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          • Hunting

          Comments about Evolved Habitats Beast Feast Deer Supplement:

          Used many over the years. Found out about this one and tried it..Couldn't believe what I saw on all my cameras. The hunting season came and shot 4 deer and filled all my tags in just the bow season...2 big buck and 2 does. Great stuff!!!!!!!

           
          4.0

          Works well

          By Wallee

          from Memphis TN

          About Me Hunter

          Verified Buyer

          Pros

          • Easy to use

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Hunting

            Comments about Evolved Habitats Beast Feast Deer Supplement:

            A little goes a long way. worth the value

            • Was this a gift?:
            • No

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