Deer & Elk Products

Kent deer and elk products are designed to maintain health and reproduction as well as body and antler conformation. Each product is specially formulated using the highest quality ingredients to provide the optimum level of nutrients for deer and elk.

TROPHY IMAGE®

Kent Trophy Image deer and elk products are designed to maintain health, reproduction, and body and antler conformation.

Trophy Image

Raising and feeding deer has become extremely popular. Deer and elk breeding farms are becoming popular and many are actively looking to improve their herd through genetics. Whatever your association with the booming deer and elk industry, one thing is clear, if you are involved, your goal is to produce the best quality deer possible with your given resources. If you are looking for quality nutrition for your deer or elk to give you an edge, Kent Trophy Image is what you are looking for.

Feeding Directions
Trophy Image 16 & Trophy Image 165: Feed at the rate of 2-4 pounds per head per day depending on size and condition of deer or elk.

Trophy Image 18: Feed at the rate of two to four lb/head/day depending on animal size and condition, as a complete feed or in combination with good-quality roughage.

Trophy Image 20: Feed two to four lb/head/day to fawns or calves, and yearling bucks or bulls depending on size and condition, along with good quality hay or pasture. Feed free choice to bucks from January until velvet shed, along with good quality hay or pasture. Provide fresh, clean water, salt, and mineral free-choice.

Guaranteed Analysis
Trophy Image Products: 16 165 18 20
Crude protein, min., % 16 16 18 20
Crude fat, min., % 2 5 2 2
Crude fiber, max., % 15 14.5 15 13
Calcium, min., % 0.8 0.8 0.8 0.8
Calcium, max., % 1.3 1.3 1.3 1.3
Phosphorus, min., % 0.9 0.9 0.9 0.9
Salt, min., % 0.4 0.4 0.3 0.4
Salt, max., % 0.9 0.9 0.8 0.9
Potassium, min., % - - 1 1
Vitamin A, min, IU/lb 21,000 21,000 21,000 21,000
Vitamin D3, min., IU/lb 2100 2100 2100 2100
Vitamin E, min., IU/lb 50 50 50 50
Trophy Image Mixer Pellets

A supplement for deer and elk.

Feeding Directions
Blending Rations
Protein in Mix 14% 16% 18% 20%
Trophy Image Mixer Pellet, lb 450 550 700 850
Corn, lb 1550 1450 1300 1150

Fawns:
Feed 20% protein mix as a creep feed until weaning. After weaning, feed 18% protein mix for the first year of life.

Adult Deer & Elk:

  • February 1 – August 31: Feed 20% protein mix to correspond with antler growth and development of bucks and bulls and late gestation and lactation of does and cows.
  • September 1 – November 30: Feed 16% protein mix after antler development and prier and Elekor to the rut.
  • December 1 – January 31: Feed 14% protein mix through the rut to the start of antler development.

Adjust feeding rates to maintain good body condition. Always provide free-choice good quality hay or pasture and fresh water.

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein, min 36.0%
Crude Fat, min 0.5%
Crude Fiber, max 12.0%
Calcium (Ca), min 2.4%
Calcium (Ca), max 2.9%
Phosphorus (P), min 2.1%
Copper (Cu), min 100 ppm
Selenium (Se), min 1.5 ppm
Zinc (Zn), min 350 ppm
Vitamin A, min 60,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D3, min 6000 IU/lb
Vitamin E, min 125 IU/lb

ANTLER KING

They’ll Love Our Products…You’ll Love The Results!

Antler King® Hi Protein Big Buck Block

Antler King’s Hi Protein Big Buck Block is made up of highly digestible grain and protein sources and minimal amounts of Salt and Molasses. A nutrient source for deer designed to produce larger antlers and bodies.

It was formulated to achieve several purposes:

  • This block is highly sought after by deer.
  • Antler King’s Hi Protein Big Buck Block is a 20% protein block.

We use highly palatable vegetable protein sources, as a result during preference tests, Antler King’s Hi Protein Big Buck Block was consumed 2 to 1 over any other deer block! Through research it is known that a buck needs an 18% protein diet as early as February to obtain maximum antler growth. Our product produces protein amounts to fulfill the 18% threshold and beyond. Hi Protein Big Buck Block is a 20% protein block that can be used as a supplement for those people feeding corn or can be fed alone instead of corn. Corn, which is only 8% protein, is often fed to deer, but can often cause digestive upsets.

Feeding Directions
  1. Place blocks near trails or other areas frequented by deer.
  2. Check blocks as often as weekly, but at least monthly. When block is nearly gone, add a new block.
  3. Consumption will vary based on many factors, including: forage availability and quality; season; and block location.

WARNING: Do Not Feed To Sheep

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein, min 18.5%
Crude Fat, min 2.5%
Crude Fiber, max 14.0%
Calcium (Ca), min 1.2%
Calcium (Ca), max 1.6%
Phosphorus (P), min 1.0%
Salt (NaCl), min 0.25%
Salt (NaCl), max 0.75%
Vitamin A, min 10,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D3, min 2000 IU/lb
Vitamin E, min 50 IU/lb
Antler King Deer/Elk Pellets

Deer: A complete pelleted grain ration for development of fawns and for antler growth in bucks; maintenance diet for does.

Elk: A complete pelleted grain ration for growing and developing calves; breeding, gestating and maintenance for cows; velvet and maintenance for bulls.

Feeding Directions
DEER
Fawns: Feed Antler King Deer/Elk Pellets as the sole grain ration for the first year of life. Provide good quality hay or pasture.

Adult Deer: Feed Antler King Deer/Elk Pellets as the sole grain ration year around or use the program below:

Feb. 1 – Aug. 31 Sept. 1 – Nov. 30 Dec. 1 – Jan. 31
Antler King Deer/Elk Pellets 100% 80% 60%
Corn 0% 20% 40%
Always provide free choice good quality hay or pasture. Be sure a good source of water is always available.

ELK
Calves:
From birth to 15 months – Feed 2-5 lb/head/day of Antler King Deer/Elk Pellets.

At nine months of age, you may substitute 25% of the pellets with corn or oats.

Cows:
November to March – Gestation Maintenance: Feed 1-2 lb Antler King Deer/Elk Pellets. Cows should have a condition score of 3.0 – 3.5. If cows are under conditioned, feed additional corn. Be careful not to over condition cows, as this can cause calving problems.

April to May – Gradually increase Antler King Deer/Elk Pellets to 2-4 lb/head/day.

June to August – Feed Antler King Deer/Elk Pellets 2-6 lb/head/day.

September to October – Flush for breeding season. Feed 2 lb/head/day of Antler King Deer/Elk Pellets along with up to 5 lb/head/day of grain.

Bulls:
February to June – Velvet Diet. Feed 3-8 lb/head/day Antler King Deer/Elk Pellets or 3-5 lb Antler King Deer/Elk Pellets and 1-3 lb/head/day of grain.

July to January – Maintenance Diet. Feed 1-2 lb Antler King Deer/Elk Pellets and 1-3 lb grain/head/day, depending on condition.

Always provide free choice good quality hay or pasture. Be sure a good source of water is always available.

Warning: Do Not Feed To Sheep

Guaranteed Analysis
Crude Protein, min 18.5%
Crude Fat, min 2.5%
Crude Fiber, max 14.0%
Calcium (Ca), min 1.2%
Calcium (Ca), max 1.6%
Phosphorus (P), min 1.0%
Salt (NaCl), min 0.25%
Salt (NaCl), max 0.75%
Vitamin A, min 10,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D3, min 2000 IU/lb
Vitamin E, min 50 IU/lb
Antler King Trophy Deer Mineral

A nutritional supplement specifically designed for deer to enhance antler development and overall health.

Feeding Directions
  1. Place Antler King Trophy Deer Mineral near deer trails or other areas frequented by deer.
  2. Dump entire contents of one bag in a pile on the ground. Do not sprinkle over a large area. This would comprise one feeding station.
  3. Do not offer any additional salt or salt containing products in the area of the feeding station(s).
  4. You should have one feeding station per 40-60 acres. Check stations at least monthly. When mineral is low, add a new bag. Consumption will vary from 1-5 ounces per head per day.

Greatest consumption will be March through August. This is also the period when antler growth is occurring and when fawns are nursing. Although consumption drops dramatically after the antlers are developed, it is important to have Antler King Trophy Deer Mineral available all year.

WARNING: Do Not Feed To Sheep

Guaranteed Analysis
Calcium (Ca), min 17.0%
Calcium (Ca), max 18.0%
Phosphorus (P), min 8.5%
Salt (NaCl), min 21.0%
Salt (NaCl), max 24.0%
Magnesium (Mg), min 1.2%
Potassium (K), min 0.9%
Cobalt (Co), min 4.5 ppm
Copper (Cu), min 40 ppm
Iodine (I), min 0.6 ppm
Iron (Fe), min 50 ppm
Manganese (Mn), min 120 ppm
Selenium (Se), min 20 ppm
Zinc (Zn), min 200 ppm
Vitamin A, min 11,000 IU/lb
Vitamin D3, min 1000 IU/lb
Vitamin E, min 10 IU/lb
 

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