REAL HUNTERS DO THE TALKING about Whitetail Institute productsâ€Ś
own 160 acres in Kansas that we manage for í˘ą wildlife. Thinking all seed was the same early on, I used co-op seed and offbrand products for my food plot regimen. My results weren't bad, but nothing spectacular. For the past four years, I have used Whitetail Institute products exclusively, and the difference has been like night and day. I like all the Whitetail Institute products that I have used, but by far our best plots were the Whitetail Oats Plus and the Imperial Whitetail Clover. We have seen more deer year after year, which has led to more bucks. I also noticed that they come out earlier in the evening more than ever before. We noticed the same deer coming back year after year, which allowed us to let them get to maturity. The size of our bucks increased as well, culminating this year when we took a grossscore 189-inch, a 181-inch, and a 160-inch. All were 6-year-old or older bucks. And all off of the same 160 acres surrounded by farm ground and very heavy hunting pressure. Whitetail Institute has always been only a call away when I had questions regarding my plots. The soil samples made it easy to know what was needed, and our Whitetail Institute food plot implementation was a major factor in our success this past season. I could not be happier with the results.
Billy Oâ€™Connor â€“ Kansas í˘˛
own 20 acres in Virginia with a small half acre food plot. With the guidance from my soil test, I have conditioned the soil to a pH level of 7. In the past, I never used any seed other than what they had down at my local feed and seed store. Two years ago I decided to give Whitetail Institute a try with their Whitetail Oats Plus. The food plot was amazing, and the deer were there every day and night on my game camera. On Nov 24 my daughter, Shelby, decided to grab her shotgun and walk to the food plot wearing her crocks and camo jacket. When she arrived two does ran out of the plot and then a huge 8-pointer walked out in front of her while her gun was on her shoulder. When he began eating the oats, she shot him. Shelby called and told me, â€œThanks for feeding my deer, Dad.â€? This was only her second deer ever. This fall, I once again planted Whitetail Oats Plus and now included Tall Tine Tubers with it as a blend. The deer will not stay out of it! Whitetail Institute has my business for a very long time.
Brian Staton â€“ Virginia 40 WHITETAIL NEWS
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