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    2213 Bias DEER MINERAL MIX RECIPE

    Anyone know where to purchase this Closes location to Burlington/Oakville/Hamilton

    Di-calcium phosphate 50lbs bag
    Trace mineral salt, the red and loose kind without the medications 50lbs bag
    Stock salt, or ice cream salt 50lbs bag
    Dried Molasses 50lbs bag


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    Any TSC or farm CO-OP store should have that for you.
    http://siftocanada.com/en/products/a...ized-salt.html

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    Talking about right timing, I've been looking for the same kind of info.

    These guys look like they might sell Di-Cal:
    http://www.cheaponsale.com/d-p111710...ium_phosphate/
    I couldn't find their official site but the one above has a phone # and product listing.

    This site has a large listing of feed stores, some of them might work for you:
    http://www.polocenter.com/health/feedcaon.htm
    You can order by province and first letter to get the town/city.

    If anyone has links/info to stores in the GTA area, please post them here. It would be great if I could go to one place and buy what I need instead of trying to source out the ingredients from various places.
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    Well what I'm discovering:

    Prices in those videos (2010);

    Di-calcium phosphate 50lbs bag $23.00
    Trace mineral salt, the red and loose kind without the medications 50lbs bag $8.00
    Stock salt, or ice cream salt 50lbs bag $6.00
    Dried Molasses 50lbs bag $14.00

    Prices here; (50lbs approx 25kg)

    Di-calcium phosphate 50lbs bag $44.75
    Trace mineral salt, the red and loose kind without the medications 50lbs bag $19.75
    Stock salt, or ice cream salt 50lbs bag $15.50
    Dried Molasses 50lbs bag $29.50
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    Everything is almost double.

    Have you found any stores that actually sell all the ingredients in one place?

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    Everthing can be bought at a FS (farm supply) or co-op store.
    Here is the list with prices

    Di-calcium phosphate comes in 25kg bag $31 (Lake Country 060220) (FS# 401629)
    Trace mineral salt non medicated 25kg bag $14.79 (Windsor 957 TMS) (FS# 403404)
    Stock salt 40kg bag $10.49 (Windsor 09091000) (FS# 401645)
    Dried molasses 25kg bag $18.73 (sweet 45) (FS# 034136)

    So about 90 bucks

    I will be mixing some up tomorrow and putting it out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by moose1 View Post
    Everthing can be bought at a FS (farm supply) or co-op store.
    I wished I knew where to find one around Vaughan.

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    Pleasant View Farms

    5481 Dundas St W
    Toronto, ON
    (416) 239-2024

    1409 Tonolli Rd
    Mississauga, ON
    (905) 277-2993

    http://www.tscstores.com/stage/index.php
    Call first make sure they have what you want.
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    Quote Originally Posted by XPY View Post
    Pleasant View Farms

    5481 Dundas St W
    Toronto, ON
    (416) 239-2024

    1409 Tonolli Rd
    Mississauga, ON
    (905) 277-2993

    http://www.tscstores.com/stage/index.php
    Call first make sure they have what you want.
    Sweeeeet! Pleasant View stores are close to where I work.

    THANKS!!!

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    My buddy bought all the stuff at one of the local feed mills, his father (a farmer) could have gotten it all cheaper for us though. We have it down on 2 farms, I have not checked the camera on the first one in over a month, the other camera hd about 30 images in the first 4 days; but......

    Does it work? I checked my camera 72hrs after visiting and had 156 images, meaning deer activated the camera 52 times! Not bad 156 images in 72 hrs!!!!

    I'll get some photos posted evetually, so far all its been is a real heathy doe and fawn.

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