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Rice Bran

Postby danielw » Fri Feb 16, 2007 6:17 pm

Does anyone have any experience with rice bran???
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Postby gen bullard » Fri Feb 16, 2007 6:40 pm

AKA (buckgrub)Rice bran works just as good at less than 1/5 the price.
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Postby danielw » Tue Feb 20, 2007 6:49 pm

Yeah, I knew it was the same thing as "buck grub", but what I was wondering was, is it a mineral or feed. The bag that it was in list 20 something % protein. I don't know what it was, if I had turned the camera ON :x , but something scratch all the leaves out of the area where I had poured the rice bran. With all the small divites in the bare ground, leads me to thing that it was more dillo or coon than anything else.
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Postby Rajun cajun » Sun Feb 25, 2007 6:11 pm

Rice bran is great...but it takes some time for the deer to get used to it.

High in protien and inexpensive.
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Postby Rajun cajun » Sun Apr 15, 2007 10:16 pm

When rice is milled, the husk is removed, then the rice grain is polished on belts to remove the brownish "coating.

Thus rice bran is developed.

It is good source of protien. Just mix some with corn on the ground and the deer will get used to it.

Once they get into it, they tear it up.

Something else that wrks fantastically.........

Deer generally wont eat the soy bean whole until it has gotten wet and softens up some.

Find a small grist meal that makes corn meal. have your soybeans ground to the finest "cornmeal size" they can grind it.

deer will gobble it up and it is very high in protien.
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