What should I feed to provide deer better nutrition during the winter?

By Grant Woods,

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Hi Grant I had a real quick question. Where my deer camp is there are no agricultural fields near by. I was wondering if there was anything I could feed deer during the winter to help them stay healthy? I was throwing corn out there for them but then read it was harmful for them if they are not use to it during the winter. Is this true? I plan on creating food plots this spring for them. I was just wondering if there was anything I could do in the mean time.

Thank you for your time.

Kenneth Wilson


It is true that deer that haven’t had access to corn can be harmed by if it’s added to their diet when they are already stressed (during late winter).  Deer do much better on a balance ratio such a provided by a high quality blended feed. I use Antler Xtreme (www.AntlerXtreme.com).

Enjoy creation,


January 25, 2016