Asked by: Ubaldino Tugwellasked in category: General Last Updated: 24th March, 2020
Is molasses bad for deer?
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Keeping this in view, will deer eat molasses?
Apparently, molasses is not just good in taste. It can also attract deer through its sweet aroma and scent. Moreover, molasses can help in creating a healthy food block that a deer will surely enjoy. As a matter of fact, some companies are already manufacturing food blocks and deer licks that have molasses on them.
Subsequently, question is, what should you not feed deer? Do not feed hay, corn, kitchen scraps, potatoes, lettuce trimmings or any animal proteins from animals rendered into feed. Deer may actually starve when fed supplemental foods during winter if they have a full belly of indigestible foods. Many deer have starved to death with stomachs packed full of hay.
Also to know, how do you make deer block molasses?
Break the stale bread into small pieces and crumbs in the pan. Mix the molasses and honey in a large bowl and pour it over the bread. Stir the mixture with a large spoon until it is well-mixed. Add 1-1/2 cups of either dry corn kernels for carbohydrates or dry soybeans for protein, or a mix of both.
What is the best homemade deer attractant?
3 Homemade Deer Attractant from a Mixture of Foods
- Molasses or simple syrup.
- Rotten fruit.
- And apparently, peanut butter.