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#1 Male OFFLINE   xbowmike

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Posted 12/10/17 - 06:51 PM

How long do those feed Blocks normally last? I know it depends on the number of deer hitting it. I'm just looking for an approx time frame.

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#2 Male OFFLINE   Haskell_Hunter

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Posted 12/10/17 - 06:52 PM

6-8 weeks on the high side.  A month is average.


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#3 Male OFFLINE   BHC

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Posted 12/10/17 - 06:55 PM

if you have bears 1 day once they find it


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#4 Male OFFLINE   deadonshot2

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Posted 12/10/17 - 07:00 PM

Early fall I have 4-6 sites with blocks and they generally last 3-7 days. As the season progresses they last longer 2-3 weeks. This time of year they do not hit it much and last 4-6 weeks. 



#5 Male OFFLINE   LPJR

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Posted 12/10/17 - 07:01 PM

Killer Kubes by A&W Nature Labs have lasted the longest of all the blocks I have used......Even when hit hard some last more than a month for me...



#6 OFFLINE   Bucndoe

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Posted 12/10/17 - 08:51 PM

Tractor Supply blocks are the cheapest and last the longest



#7 Male OFFLINE   Buck154

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Posted 12/10/17 - 09:11 PM

All depends on which kind of block and time of year

#8 Male OFFLINE   JerseyJaysTaxidermy

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Posted 12/10/17 - 10:49 PM

Tractor Supply blocks are the cheapest and last the longest

Yup.. look at the weight of them compared to others.. packed denser to last longer.

Although I've had great results with them in zone 10 and 11.. in my zone 5 spot it just sits there getting moldy.. even the bears don't touch it.
I wonder if the one I used was was old or something?

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#9 Male OFFLINE   Buckeyes11

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Posted 12/11/17 - 12:34 AM

I have one of them berry blocks from tractor supply at one of my spots. Hasn’t been touched yet. Been about 3 weeks

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Posted 12/11/17 - 05:25 AM

I was using the berry blocks from tractor supply in August and September and they were hitting hem hard. They haven’t bothered with them much since the end of October.


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Posted 12/11/17 - 07:23 AM

Tractor supply near assunpink is all sold out as of yesterday. Store clerk said a guy came in 2 wks ago n bought them all up. I was able to pick up a similar block used for "game birds" keep ya posted if they hiy it.

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Posted 12/11/17 - 07:30 AM

Tractor Supply Wild Berry blocks.  Last a month or more this time of year. I agree the deer seem to hit them harder earlier in the season.  I always keep one out at each spot this way if I don't get there to put corn out they can still nibble on the block and get a little corn, to keep them interested.  



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Posted 12/11/17 - 08:26 AM

I have one of them berry blocks from tractor supply at one of my spots. Hasn’t been touched yet. Been about 3 weeks

 

I figured they last so long because they smell like those wax cakes they put in public urinals


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