It shows the mines where they get trophy rocks. You can do more or less depending on the amount of use you get at a site. Old pots and pans. I did a little calling around and found it cheaper. We use the same minerals salt, di-cal, tms but we also add apple buck jam to it to create a faster attractant. The illustration shows "limes", the green citrus fruit.
I suggest leaving it out of the field during the season, and you won't have to worry about it. Your ingredients include "lime", which is a calcium-rich mineral which we can buy to put on the lawn. Dig a hole in the soil about 36 inches wide and 6 inches deep and mix the mineral well with the soil. Using a shovel, add the dug up soil to the mixture.
Natural minerals and salt are fairly common in almost all areas where the deer live however by making one and placing them near areas you want to hunt the hunter or wildlife researcher can influence their travel routes. I suggest leaving it out of the field during the season, and you won't have to worry about it. One horse should consume a five-pound salt block within two months if he is getting enough salt in his diet. We have always just used a bag of salt and a bag of dical.
I have worked with companies like the Whitetail Institute of North America and I have learned a lot on minerals. Make sure your horse gets lots of fresh water. Studies show that there are about 11 minerals in deer antlers. These make up about 60 percent of the total weight of the antler. Carpenteri , November 12, Is there any type of salt deer wont hit, or is there a reason they wouldn't be munching on this salt?