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    Quote Originally Posted by alfoldivandor View Post
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    Someone also mentioned using the smaller salt bricks and drilling a hole through them and either running a screw through it into a tree (to keep it off the ground) or running a rope through it and hang it a couple of feet off the ground

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    This is you talking about ...?
    I have drilled it through ,
    and put a big nail through,
    and put metal cover on top of it .


    Quote Originally Posted by 410001661 View Post
    Someone also mentioned using the smaller salt bricks and drilling a hole through them and either running a screw through it into a tree (to keep it off the ground) or running a rope through it and hang it a couple of feet off the ground
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    Quote Originally Posted by alfoldivandor View Post
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    This is you talking about ...?
    I have drilled it through ,
    and put a big nail through,
    and put metal cover on top of it .
    Yep......perfect

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    Quote Originally Posted by 410001661 View Post
    Someone also mentioned using the smaller salt bricks and drilling a hole through them and either running a screw through it into a tree (to keep it off the ground) or running a rope through it and hang it a couple of feet off the ground
    The feed stores sell a hanger for those salt licks...designed to mount in a horse stall. The work great mounted to a tree.

    They also sell 50lbs bags of loose minerals....the powdered versions of the blocks. At $15 a heck of a better deal and all you are have to do is pour it over dirt or in a hole and once it gets wet it's perfect for deer.
    Arte et marte (By Skill and by Fighting)...The RCEME motto

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