Quick Draw Deer Block

Quick Quick Draw Deer BlockDraw Deer Block is designed to attract deer with its irresistible scent & flavorings. Designed in a 20 lb block, it attracts big bucks and helps keep deer coming back. It can also be used to supplement poor quality forage or habitat. Studies on the Quick Draw® Deer Block attractant show strong consumption, driven by a proprietary flavoring agent not found in any other deer block.

Highly palatable

Keeps deer coming back

Irresistible scent and flavorings

Attracts big bucks

Supplemental feeding source

Supplements poor quality forage or habitat



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Quick Draw® Deer Block can be used as an attractant year-round to deer, elk and other game as a supplement to native habitat. Feed Quick Draw® Deer Block is a supplement, not a complete feed. Adequate forage from native habitat or food plots should be readily available. Place blocks in areas frequented by animals or in areas where you would like to attract and hold big game. Along game trails, near water sources, bedding areas and food plots are good spots for a block feeding area.
Do not feed this product to sheep. It contains copper. Store in a dry, well-ventilated area free from rodents and insects. Do NOT feed moldy or insect-infested feed to animals as it may cause illness, abortion or death.
Special Considerations
Regulations for the feeding of big game can vary from state to state. Please check with
your local game and fish department for the proper usage of this product.
Management Practices
A feeding program is only as effective as the management practices. Actual results can vary
depending upon feed intake, environmental conditions and the quality of the management

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