"I have been using F-R-M Deer Mineral for two years. In 2010, the deer ate half a ton of F-R-M Deer Mineral; in 2011, consumption increased to a full ton. The first year on F-R-M Deer Mineral, horn mass increased and our yearling crop improved; and the second year, the yearling crop TRIPLED! By late summer/early fall, the 2011 yearlings were bigger than the 2010 yearling crop had been by that time. I attribute this directly to the amount of mineral that the does consumed and I'm looking forward to 2012 being an even better year."
Robin Shiver, Jr.
Ken Hosford of Liberty County harvested this tremendous 16-point buck that weighed 195 pounds and green-scored 187-6/8 inches as a non-typical.
In 2004, The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission reported a study of the old Robert Brent Wildlife Management Area. The area, located in the "sandbelt" of the Florida panhandle, consists of rolling sandy hills, sand and slash pine plantations, and titi and gallberry drainages. The whitetail deer there have small bodies and small antlers, with an average population density of one deer per 47 acres.
The first year we switched to the F-R-M Midway Deer Pellets, we witnessed an enormous increase in antler development for our whitetail deer at the Big Bucks Preserve. There is no other feed that can impact antler development like F-R-M Midway Deer Pellets.