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Top 3 Threats Facing Whitetail Deer

In this blog we cover three problems that interfere with a deer's survival—deer diseases, overpopulation, and predators—and what hunters can do to help...

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Shooter Bucks: How to Pick the Perfect Deer

Picking the right deer to shoot is important, and a buck's age and size are key. But what is a mature whitetail deer? Read how to age deer and choose a target buck...

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Salt Block for Deer, Mineral Block, or Mined Rock?

In this post, we break down how deer salt blocks, deer mineral blocks, Redmond block, and Trophy Rock differ to help you pick which will work best for you...

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3 Most Important Factors for Deer Antler Growth

Learn about the deer antler growth cycle, ages and seasons for antler development and shedding, and how to provide the best minerals for antler growth...

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How to Start a Deer Mineral Site that Delivers Results

Follow 5 steps to make your own deer mineral site. Also learn why deer crave salt and minerals, what minerals work best to attract deer, and where to put them...

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What to Expect Using Trophy Rock 

Learn how to use Trophy Rock to attract deer and manage herds, where to place your deer rock for best results, and the best mineral supplement for winter...

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Seasonal Deer Food Sources & Mineral Schedule

Deer's nutritional needs change seasonally. Learn about the best crops to plant in food plots and when and what minerals you should put out for deer...

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Minerals and Supplements for Deer Herd Management

Deer minerals support better hunting and herd management. Find out which trace minerals deer need and how to supplement them on your private lands...

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Trail Camera Surveys:  Collecting Intel on Whitetails 

How do you run a trail camera survey? Learn what information is important to collect and track on whitetail deer with trail cam surveys and card pulls...

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Trophy Rock: What Does 60+ Deer Minerals Mean?

At Redmond Hunt we use the phrase “60+ trace minerals” when we talk about Trophy Rock deer mineral supplements. What does that mean and why does it matter?..

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