Mineral Fountain Blaze 10 lb (pail)

Rack Stacker Blaze Mineral Fountain is a year round whitetail deer supplement
Perfect for holding deer on property
  • Buy 2 for C$18.99 each and save 5%

The Rack Stacker Mineral Fountain is the only one of its kind that helps you hold those deer on the property that you currently hunt. This unique device has been proven to work right across the continent and is growing in popularity quickly.

Blaze has more Vitamins A, D and E then any of our other minerals, it helps with doe lactation and fawn recruitment as well as general health of the herd.

The sweet smell that we add to Blaze Mineral will bring them in from a long ways away as the wind blows by its location.

Simply install the Mineral Fountain on top of a cut tree, pour in the mineral that is provided and walk away for up to a year. The Fountain is perfect for those tough to access hunting locations.

The pail is pre-drilled with precise holes and comes with 10 lbs of Blaze Mineral. This setup is known to last up to 1 full year in the Spring/Summer rains. The rain simply runs down the tree throughout the year, constantly replenishing the mineral. All you need to do is top it up when the pail is empty.

The ideal time to be putting out the Mineral Fountain is the spring of the year. As deer move from their wintering grounds to settle in for the summer, this is the time to keep them on the property. In Southern Ontario, we like to do this as soon as the snow is melting. March through April is a perfect time to get it out after that long drawn out winter.

As the summer progresses and the mineral liquefies you can top it up. No more than ¾ full or it won’t drain properly.

If it doesn’t rain for a long time, adding no more than a 500ml bottle of water will start the mineral flowing again. The Rack Stacker Guy always takes a bottle of water in, just in case.

Also try Stak'D and Blaze Fountains

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