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    Default what is the best way to get deer to come to corn

    i have put corn and jello out and no deer eat it what will get them to eat my corn yes i see deer tracks. they just want eat the corn i live in georgia

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddsfarm View Post
    i have put corn and jello out and no deer eat it what will get them to eat my corn yes i see deer tracks. they just want eat the corn i live in georgia

    since you are in Georgia...have you tried PEACH jello??
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    Why do you need Jello?

    If you have deer they will find the corn eventually.
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    Drag them with a rope to your pile!

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    I have a buddy from S.C. that comes up to hunt with me, he has tried dumping corn at his place in S.C., it rotted. The deer would not eat it.

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    you can put some peanut butter in it and they will start on it in no time.
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    Extra butter and kosher salt!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    I would put up signs Free Corn Buffet...........

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddsfarm View Post
    i have put corn and jello out and no deer eat it what will get them to eat my corn yes i see deer tracks. they just want eat the corn i live in georgia
    Scatter it near a trail, but wear your rubber boots. In about 4 or 5 days they will be all over it. I like to take a xacto knife and cut the bag then just sling it every where. I like to make them work for it by not piling it up.

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    I have noticed that if the deer aren't used to corn being a food source then they take a little longer to come to it! Once they find it they will eat it! If you have lots of coons or turkey around, they maybe getting most of it! Try adding some natural food source that is in your area and keep your scent down as much as possible!
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