RWWP Whitetail Forage Oats
Some food plot seed companies claim that their oats are the best on the market and have been developed after years of continual research. Real World prefers to educate you with simple truths. We have planted our Whitetail Forage Oats right next to the other oats on the market and could not tell a bit of difference at any point in the testing and neither could the deer feeding in those side-by-side plots. We are pretty confident that most of the oats being sold to whitetail food-plotters are all the same. The difference is in price. When comparing oats be sure to note the quantity in each bag. Keep in mind that these winter hardy oats are not the same as typical “spring oats” commonly sold in local feed and seed stores.
Real Worlds Whitetail Forage Oats come in 50# bags, enough to plant one acre when top-dressed with another product such as Plot Topper. If planting a pure stand of Whitetail Forage Oats, use at least 50# per acre.
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.
These captive whitetail bucks are both just three years old and are part of one of the research herds utilized in the development and testing of Maximizer Deer Mineral. They have been fed Maximizer Deer Mineral since they were fawns. Captive deer breeders do not use mineral rocks or high salt blends to grow giant racks on their bucks. Instead, they use scientifically formulated mineral blends. Many of them are now using Maximizer as the mineral source for their captive herds. If you want to maximize the genetic potential of the bucks on your hunting property, shouldn’t you be feeding Maximizer?
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?
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The chart above was designed using data derived from each products “guaranteed analysis” tag and/or website. Real World believes the figures represented on this chart to be as accurate as possible on the day this chart was designed. Please note that these figures could possibly change if a company changes the formulation of their respective product. Real World is committed to helping land managers get the most from the products they use by using education to help them make more informed buying decisions.
SWI Supreme is designed and formulated by a whitetail nutritionist to mimic the best possible diet of a wild whitetail, offering a balanced diet of vitamin and minerals.
We Use Wheat Mids to create a very digestible fiber source which,in-turn, provides more energy. We do not use peanut hulls that can carry toxin loads (parasites) that are impossible to kill.
Protein: We Utilize 14% protein. The main reason for this amount is that mature deer can only process around 13% protein through digestion and the rest is waste. SWI Supreme provides the energy that is needed to add body weight and antler mass; which yields much larger gains.
Yeast: Enhances the stability of the product by creating a more balanced pH level and environment for digestion. A DFM (Direct Fed Microbial) is utilized to aid in the digestion of natural browse. A healthy digestive system equals a bigger and healthier herd!
Recommended Consumption Rates:3.5 lbs per head per day in Spring4.5 lbs per day per head in Summer / Fall
We have deer that have added an average of 37 inches to their racks between their 4th and 5th years. This is a phenomenal growth rate! We have been able to track this over a 2 to 3 year period by using trail cameras-as well as-having sheds from these same deer.
The average body weight increase among deer taken was 30 - 40 lbs. This is a direct result of the amount of feed consumed throughout the year. Our feed provides higher quality, highly digestible protein to aid in the increased mass, and overall digestion of browse.