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Evolved Habitats Buck Jam Honey Acorn (1 Gallon)
Evolved Habitats Buck Jam Honey Acorn (1 Gallon)
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We crammed everything we could into Buck Jam® for a jam-packed mineral site.

It’s got savory flavor profiles deer crave, but more importantly, it’s got vital minerals they need.


Liquid mineral enhanced with irresistible acorn flavor

Draws deer in and keeps them coming back

Establish or maintain active mineral sites quickly and easily

Works year-round Incredibly long lasting

Leaches deep into any substrate

Begins working immediately upon application

Ready to use; no mixing required

Super dense mineral concentration


Site Selection Tips: 
Select a shaded area near active deer crossings Sandy soils will leach minerals sooner than heavy clay-type soils

Allow for a total site diameter of 10 feet Create two sites per 100 acres

Directions For Use:
Clear all debris in a 4-foot diameter 

Loosen soil once area has been cleared 

Pour liquid directly onto site 

Seasonal Activity
Minerals can help pattern deer year-round, but bucks and does consume different amounts seasonally depending on their needs. 

Early Spring: Mineral consumption is high due to does carrying fawns and bucks seeking out minerals to grow new antlers. 

Spring: Mineral consumption remains high while does nurse fawns and bucks continue antler development. 

Summer: Deer consume minerals as needed for improved overall health, including healthy digestion. Bucks reach final antler growth potential during this time. 

Fall: During the rut, does consume more minerals and bucks consume fewer. However, rutting bucks will seek out mineral sites in search of does who have visited the site. 

Winter: Mineral consumption aids in preparing the herd for the cold months ahead.
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