MASS XL EFFECTS EXPERIENCED ON FARM-RAISED DEER WITH TROPHY WOODS RANCH
Several years ago I started hunting at Plaska Lodge in Texas. The free range whitetail and mule deer antlers grew in size each year. By 2012 the desert mule deer were nearing 190" and whitetails 170" on a regular basis. Live weights often exceeded 225 lbs.
I have been deer farming in Minnesota since 1979 and was very interested in how this area was growing big antlers. In the fall of 2012 I was introduced to Mass XL. I headed home with a 182" mule deer and 10 jugsof Mass XL.
"I did my own Mass XL experiment. I targeted one specific, mature mule deer buck in the Texas Panhandle. He had a small home range and I had lots of history with him. From April 1, 2013 until October 1, 2013, I kept a trough filled with corn and Mass XL in that buck's core area. I kept a trail camera over the feed for those six months."