Cattle farmers and ranchers were among the first to use molasses as an additive in mineral supplements. When it comes to coaxing hoofed ungulates into taking their medicine, it seems nothing beats the nearly universal appeal of molasses’ sticky, sweet goodness.
Evolved Habitats, the undisputed gurus-of-the-good-stuff for whitetail deer and other game species works tirelessly to understand the science behind attraction. Products that are long-lasting, affordable and highly palatable to whitetails earn the trust and devotion of hunters and deer managers who need to attract and hold deer to camera locations and, where legal, active hunting sites.
Enter the new Evolved Habitats Molasses Brick.
This 4-pound pressed mineral brick hits whitetails with a dichotomy of appealing attractants. Real molasses appeals to their senses of smell and taste, while sodium and other trace minerals play to their instincts – feeding their bodies with the oft-absent dietary supplements they crave. The result is a habit-forming lure that deer swarm to.
These affordable and long-lasting molasses bricks represent the most effective and economical way to create new mineral sites or supplement existing sites. What’s more, their earthy coloration helps thwart would-be game camera thieves by allowing hunters to keep their mineral sites subtle and discreet.
Mineral sites are of critical importance to any deer hunter who works to actively manage his or her herd. Serve them what they crave. Hold them with what they need. Evolved Habitats’ Molasses Brick is a highly effective and affordable way to attract deer and keep them at these sites for nutritional supplementation and game camera monitoring.
From Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine, the 2016 Whitetails Wall Calendar features the work of deer researchers Wayne Laroche and Charlie Alsheimer, who reveal the 2016 whitetail rut prediction, based on years of lunar cycle research. Utilize this deer moon phase calendar to find out which days the deer will be seeking and chasing so you can time the rut for the best time to hunt.