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By CanadaJack
We first tried this product a couple of years ago. In early June we take it out to the location and rake it into the ground, once a month we add a bit to each spot til the first of September. The Whitetail like the stuff but the elk go nuts for it! We have many videos of them fighting each other to get at the licks, they literally eat the dirt. Excellent product at a reasonable price.
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By reaperman
Have you ever tried making your own. Apparently the key ingredient is arm and hammer washing soda with, with mineral salt. Recipes can be found online.
By CanadaJack
No, we haven't done that, will have to try it. I put some granular molasses out once, the bears loved that, and some garlic stock salt that a buddy gave us. The only animal that has no interest in any of the licks is moose, they just walk right on by. This camera thing has become more fun for our group than hunting, something that keeps us occupied all summer and early fall. :D
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making your own is way cheaper and better......

Ingredients: Makes 200 lbs.
1 part Di-calcium phosphate, this is a dairy feed additive bought at feed stores.
Comes in 50lb Bags
2 parts Trace mineral salt, the red and loos kind without the medications.
Comes in 50lb Bags
1 part Stock salt Comes in 50lb Bags
1 bucket of Lucky Buck for flavor and scent attraction , you can use molasses in place of Lucky Buck but molasses will attract bears and keep other game away and/or limit them from coming in

-Use a 3 pound or similar size coffee can to use as your measure for each part of the mix.
-Mix all together
-clear a area of leaves, etc exposing bare dirt
-pour mixture and mix together
Salt wars

May 5 update, its only been about 5 days so far. […]

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He came in before the rains