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Cracked corn is corn kernels that have been dried and cracked into pieces that are easier for birds to eat and digest than unbroken or whole kernels. The size of grains can vary depending on what type of grinder is used to crack the corn, and what purpose the cracked corn will serve, but coarse grinding is preferred to create birdseed.

  • Manufacturer: Purina Wildlife

A highly palatable, easy-to-use, 20-pound premium block supplement for attracting and maintaining squirrels, chipmunks, rabbits, deer, wild birds and other types of wildlife. Provides more balanced nutrition than whole grains.

Corn is an excellent source of energy for deer and all forms of wildlife.

  • Manufacturer: Trophy Rock

Trophy Rock is an all-natural mineral lick containing more than 60 beneficial trace minerals that grow bigger antlers, healthier deer, and successful hunts.

  • Manufacturer: Purina Wildlife

An optimal-energy Deer Chow® diet is now available with AntlerMax® Technology. It is a highly researched patented protein and patented high-energy pelleted complete ration (containing all necessary roughage) with a 16% protein level. It is formulated with all the protein, vitamins, minerals and energy penned deer need for top overall health, body condition and maximum antler growth. Click here for guaranteed analysis and more information on this and other products.

  • Manufacturer: Purina

Purina® Squirrel Select™ Squirrel Chow is a delicious mixture of nutritious seeds to divert squirrels from bird feeders.  Whole Corn, Black Oil Sunflower, Peanut Pickouts, Peanuts in Shell, Grey Striped Sunflower, Pumpkin Seed. Available in 4.25 and 25 lbs.

  • Manufacturer: Purina
  • SKU: purina_deerblock

18% protein, water-resistant, fortified, year-round supplemental feed block designed to enhance the deer’s natural forage diet without the need for a feeder. Purina® AntlerMax® Deer Block contains the new Purina® AntlerMax® Extreme Energy™ supplement which provides nutrition for body condition of deer so they can reach their genetic potential for antler growth.