Does protein help deer antler growth?

The main reason to feed protein is because deer and all other mammals need it to grow. It’s not only how they build and grow muscle, but protein is a major component in growing antlers and developing fawns in pregnant does.

Are protein pellets good for deer?

Protein pellets contain a balanced ration with micro and macro nutrients and is used to supplement the natural diet of deer to help them maintain a consistent and high level of health and body condition–which translates to increase body weight, fawn production and antler growth.

What is the best thing to feed deer for antler growth?

For antler growth, deer feed ingredients such as calcium and phosphorous are a must. Does, generally, will require a range of nutrients and trace minerals during the spring fawning season. What they don’t already get through the environment they can obtain from a good mineral block like the Big Tine Block.

Who owns Antler King?

Todd Stittleburg
In 1987, Todd Stittleburg, Founder and owner of Antler King Trophy Products Inc., developed and started marketing the very first of many Antler King products.

What is a good protein to feed deer?

Productive, high-protein food plots in peas, beans or lab-lab can provide up to 35 percent protein when properly fertilized and are also very palatable, so your deer are able to digest most of the protein and nutrients that they consume.

Does corn help deer antler growth?

With only six- to eight- percent protein (the “building block” of antlers), corn can barely support daily bodily activities for an adult deer, which does not provide antler growth.

What is the highest protein food for deer?

4S 20% Premium Deer Pellets are a high protein deer feed that should be fed during antler growing months (Spring & Summer). Since bucks are beginning antler growth and body mass recovery and does are nearing the end of gestation, protein requirements are higher during this period.

What months should deer eat protein?

Summer. Summer is the best time to feed deer protein to grow bigger bucks. The bucks will be ramping up antler growth, while does benefit from the protein while they are nurturing their new fawns.

How do you grow a big deer on your property?

For variety and winter cover, you can mix in a few pines or cedars.

  1. Provide minerals. Maybe you’re fortunate enough to have a natural mineral site on your property.
  2. Add water.
  3. Create or enhance staging areas.
  4. Add shrubs and vines.
  5. Build big buck bedding cover.
  6. Create a thermal refuge.
  7. Plant oaks.
  8. Give them fruit.

Is too much protein bad for deer?

There are many people believe that deer cannot tolerate more than 16 percent dietary protein, and that high-protein diets are wasteful or even toxic. This simply is not true.

How do you get deer to eat protein pellets?

Entice them to the protein pellets by initially mixing corn with the pellets (start with 75 percent corn, 25 percent pellets). Deer do not like abrupt changes in feed, so make them gradually. Once deer are accustomed to eating protein pellets from a feeder, gradually phase out the corn.

What is antler King Trophy products?

For over 30 years Antler King Trophy Products Inc. has been helping people grow bigger bucks and healthier deer through food plots and feed supplements. Whether you hunt on four acres or 40,000 acres, Antler King products will help you grow bigger bucks and healthier deer.

Why choose antler King food plot products for deer hunting?

If your food plot does not produce ample tonnage, the deer will mow it down before the hunting season even starts, potentially ruining your hunt. That’s why Antler King food plot products are developed to produce the most tonnage.

When should I apply antler King’s jolt?

You may apply Antler King’s Jolt up until frost stops the growth of your food plots. Get ready to start your winter feeding program or continuing a year-round feeding program by utilizing Deer/Elk Protein Pellets, Energy Plus Wildlife Blocks, Hi Protein Big Buck Blocks and Attract-N-Fuel.

Why do antler King seeds have deep roots?

Deeper roots mean less moisture needed and more cold tolerance Antler King seeds that come from the northern climates grow deeper roots which, give them better access to water which, is important in the north and south. It also makes them more tolerant to colder weather.