THE HAMMER BUCK
"Food plots play a major role in my land management and deer hunting strategies. I've tried many different types of seed from most of the big name companies. Most of them make something the deer will eat if they're hungry enough, and if it Germinates. I found Killer Food Plots a few years ago and in my opinion their seed is head and shoulders above the rest. The KFP seed blends have provided me the Advantage I needed to get Mature Bucks in close!
I have tried several of the killer Food Plots seed blends; Resurrection Clover, Climatize, Carnage Brassicas, Deepwoods and Border Patrol. I use the Border Patrol around all my food plots to help my deer feel safe while it funnels them right to where I want them to move in and out of the food plots and down the trails. The thick, tall 10 foot cover provided by the Border Patrol Screens my entry and exit to my stands. All the KFP seed blends have had Excellent Germination and usage by my deer. I have literally watched deer on numerous occasions in the Fall walk directly through my neighbors food plots without stopping to eat and walk straight into my KFP Carnage Brassicas Plots! My deer devour my Killer Food Plots. Look at the picture of the Management Cage in my plot, it says it All! The deer will dig through a foot of snow to eat the remaining softball sized bulbs in the Carnage Brassicas during late hunting season and all Winter Long, they have Never done that before I planed the KFP Carnage Brassicas! My deer Love the Killer Food Plots so much and use them frequently this gives me the advantage to set up in between bedding and the Killer Food Plots getting close encounters with my Whitetails without ever making them feel pressured in the plots. Thanks Killer Food Plots!" ~Mark Hammer
NEXUS OUTDOORS, INC
Last year for bait, better get your food plots going. I HIGHLY RECCCOMEND KILLER FOOD PLOTS. If you want someone to handle it from start to finish Nick’s the guy. I did last year and the results were amazing. Now’s the perfect time for fall plots.
Patrick Hylant Jr / CEO
THE COFFMAN BUCK
"I have been using food plots to manage my farms for a few years now. Over those years, there has been a learning curve and failure of a good crop has happened on more than one occasion. Last year, I was introduced to Killer Food Plots and I feel that my success has progressed greatly. Nick and the guys at Killer Food Plots, not only provided me with a great product but the knowledge to make it grow like no other food plot I have planted before. As I have been in contact with Nick several times, I will testify that Killer Food Plots customer service is as great as their products and let me say this, buying a good product is only half the battle. Having the knowledge on how to make it flourish is just as important! Nick was more than happy to assist me in all aspects of his product from how to make the best use of my property lay outs accordingly with Killer Food Plots, soil analysis, fertilizer applications and much more. I have already noticed a huge activity change on my properties and more daylight activity as well! I couldn’t be more excited to get started on next seasons Killer Food Plots." ~Daniel S. Coffman
BOB SILSER “E.T.”
"The Story began in the summer of 2012 after obtaining permission to hunt a central Ohio farm. I wasted no time contacting my brother Roger and we set out to scout the property learning the lay of the land, looking for deer sign and potential ambush points. After the first season came to an end, my brother and I returned to the farm to look for shed antlers and deer sign. We found a set of mighty big antlers.
After looking back at trail camera photos, we determined their owner. My daughter, McKenzie started calling the buck “E.T.” because she thought his antlers looked like E.T.’s fingers. The name stuck.
E.T. was the biggest buck I’d ever had a chance to hunt, so I wanted to try and keep him on the farm. My brother and I decided to try a food plot. We’d never had a place where we could do that before, so some research was necessary. We Googled food plot seed companies and read blogs about different products and eventually contacted Nick Percy from Killer Food Plots. Nick helped me get on the right track after asking me a few questions about the location of our food plot. The first step was to collect some soil and send it to Nick for testing. I had very little in the way of equipment, but with time and determination, my brother and I were able to plant a (1) Acre Carnage Brassicas Killer Food Plot.
I collected lots of trail camera photos in the Carnage Brassicas food plot of E.T. in 2013 and 2014 mostly night time pictures, but never encountered him while hunting. As we approached the Carnage Brassicas food plot after the 2013 season ended to check trail camera photos we found E.T had dropped both antlers right there in the food plot. The sheds in 2013 scored in the mid 180’s and E.T. eclipsed 200” in 2014 E.T. Disappointedly neither Roger nor I ever found either of those sheds.
There was an Excitement in the air that season for my wife Patty as well. She had not hunted in six years and never from a blind. We had been getting lots of pictures of does and some real good bucks during the day in our New Resurrection Clover plot. I placed the New blind my wife bought me on the edge of the trail near the food plot and left it alone for a couple weeks.
On October 3rd I asked Patty if she wanted to go out with me for an evening bow hunt, she accepted and off we went. It wasn’t long before a few does and several bucks came into the plot including the Big 8pt we wanted Patty to shoot. The Big 8pt eventually worked his way over in front of us giving Patty a shot. Patty drew her bow back centered her pin behind his shoulder and released the arrow.
When Patty released the arrow it sounded like the bow had Exploded. I was video tapping so it took me a second to figure out what had happened. Although her peep was in the clear her arrow was actually below the window opening and had blown a big hole through the side of the blind. Patty was pretty frustrated, mostly because of the gaping hole in the brand New Blind she has just bought me. I reassured Patty telling her the deer had no idea what just happened, they’ll be back.
Within less than 20 minutes the deer began filtering back into the Resurrection Clover plot. The Big 8pt ended up back in the same spot directly out in front of us. Patty was determined to make the next arrow count situating herself so her arrow was clear. She drew her bow placing the pin on the deer however all she could see was brown. Uncertain of where her shot would land I told her to let down and we would come back tomorrow.
Suddenly Patty started slapping my leg saying; “Its him Bobby, its him” I didn’t look up at first. Patty said; “Bobby its E.T.!” As I looked out over my right shoulder I could see him moving up the trail off the backside of the plot. As E.T. entered the plot he stomped his hoof, notifying all the other deer of his presence, they gave wide birth to him as he moved in to take over the spot where the Big 8pt had eating.
I drew my bow back, not wanting to take the quartering 25yd shot at first, but I did. Watching my arrow hit exactly where I had aimed was followed by that rush of adrenalin. Instantly Patty and I stuck our heads out the window watching the buck run over the edge of the hill. My nerves were jangled at that point and then I heard a crashing sound below the hill.
It had started to rain so we knew we had to hurry. Fittingly, my brother Roger found first blood, followed by me finding the arrow with lighted knock still glowing. We shinned a little further down to the bottom of the ravine and there was E.T.. The Whitetail that had eluded me for the past 4 years never showing himself while I was in my hunting spots chose that day, of all days to present me the shot."
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MICHIGAN 8PT BUCK
I planted two food plots this year, the first was a 4 acre parcel with Carnage Brassica and a smaller micro plot where there was hardly any sunlight so I used the KFP Deepwoods. When the surrounding soybeans went woody the deer shifted to the greener food sources and their numbers grew substantially. My goal was to hold the does and wait for the bucks to come. On October 29th after days of rain and I had 6 bucks on their feet this nice 8 came in checking the does and instead I was fortunate to place an arrow on him at 15 yards. The Deepwoods, admittedly I wasn’t real sure it would work since nothing grows in the corner mentioned but as promised it performed wonderfully, time to expand its application for next season.