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RWWP Maximizer Mineral | 20# Bag

20.00 LBS
Calculated at Checkout

RWWP Maximizer Deer Minerals 20# Bag to Promote Herd Health

Real World’s Maximizer Deer Mineral was developed after more than 20 years of extensive research with both captive whitetails as well as wild deer. Unlike other salt-dominated products which offer very little nutritional benefit to deer, Maximizer Mineral for Deer is specifically formulated with over 20 micro and macro-nutrients; many in precise proportion to each other.

By providing the deer on your property with adequate year-round access to Maximizer Deer Mineral, you are giving the bucks the very best opportunity to develop antlers to their full genetic potential while also helping the does raise vigorous healthy fawns.

Most deer mineral products on the market WILL attract deer. The difference with Real World Maximizer Mineral is that it can also support your deer herd’s health, antler growth and fawn production while also drawing them in for your trail camera. Why settle for JUST an attractant when you can support antler growth, fawn production and herd health at the same time?

Planting Instructions: 

To create a mineral lick – Pour 20-40# of Maximizer Deer Mineral on the ground in a pile where deer frequent, preferably close to water but not in an area that floods. Refresh each mineral site with an additional 5-10# of Maximizer every 30 days starting in early spring throughout the summer. For best results start putting out Maximizer in late winter, several weeks before bucks start growing new antlers and does give birth to fawns. Make at least one mineral lick for every 40 acres
Note – During certain times of the year, specifically fall and winter, deer will consume very little mineral. If you put Maximizer out at this time and deer do not start hitting it right away, don’t be alarmed. If there are deer in the area they will find it and start consuming it when they need it. In late winter or early spring consumption will start to increase. By late spring deer will be hitting mineral licks very hard as bucks are growing new antlers and does are nursing fawns.