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Anybody have a source and price. The one's I've found were $25 per bag. That's a little steep for my hunting budget.
 

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Mannings in Milton has a corn/roasted soybeans mix for $14.00 a bag and Peyton Casey in Frisco City Al has roasted soybeans for $14.00 per bag. I believe he sells them by the drum too but not positive.
 

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Mannings in Milton has a corn/roasted soybeans mix for $14.00 a bag and Peyton Casey in Frisco City Al has roasted soybeans for $14.00 per bag. I believe he sells them by the drum too but not positive.
I get mine in Frisco. Ton price is best way to go.
 

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why roasted versus regular?
 

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That's just crazy, but should work well putting horns on bucks in the summer.
Would love to try them, but I believe I would have a hogfest on my hands.
Might blend with corn for hunting season, do they sell them year round?
 

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That much protien??? Holy crap. No wonder it barely makes it 3 weeks when I plant it. I am gonna find some for the next feeder fill!
 

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For whatever the reason coons don't seem to fool with the roasted beans. That and the fact they don't mold makes up for the heavier price.
 

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BAM!!!:thumbup: Good read! Definitely gonna try some when I get back in town.
 

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Mannings is the only place I could find locally that has them and they are the corn/soybean mix. The beans and corn are roasted and the protein content is 16% which is about 1/3 soybeans 2/3 corn. The soybeans are 36% and corn is 7% protein. If anyone is going up to Frisco, shoot me a pm and I'll chip in for gas if they will pick me up a few bags.
 

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I've been putting the protein pellets in my feeder. They are doing good so far. Don't remember the protein count but probably switching to soybean/corn this week

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Over here in LA we get something like that called "widowmaker" . I got my first bag by accident. It fell off of a trailer and I didn't know who was pulling it. I saw it come down the road and didn't know it had fell off until I got out of the woods . I picked it up and put it in a trough behind my house. The deer (and mostly bucks)
tore it up. When it was gone I bought more and started feeding it. It is good. That rub was 50 yards from the feeder.
 

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The problem we've had with protein pellets in feeders in summer is they get moldy after a while, especially if the feeder is in the sun.
 

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The problem we've had with protein pellets in feeders in summer is they get moldy after a while, especially if the feeder is in the sun.
I've been using the ones with weather guard on them or in them. So far been ok.

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