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Rack One CHAOS Deer Feed – Bring Them In & Keep Them Coming Back

Rack One Deer Feed

Rack One CHAOS Deer Feed - Bring Them In & Keep Them Coming Back

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GRAYLING, Michigan --(Ammoland.com)- With the antler growing season winding down and the hunting season about to kick off, now is the time to unleash the Chaos, the Scout feeding phase of IGNITE, the leading Whitetail Hunting System.

As part of the Scout phase, Chaos is scientifically formulated to attract the deer and keep them coming back for more.

Pinpointing the location of big bucks this time of year plays a vital role in the success of any whitetail hunter, and Chaos has been designed to be an extremely valuable weapon in any whitetail hunter’s arsenal.

Containing 23 percent protein, this specially designed attractant should be used by hunters everywhere during the spring and summer scouting seasons. Whitetail deer can’t resist Chaos’ flavorful and nutritional formula. In addition to putting bucks right in front of your trail cameras, Chaos provides a nutritionally balanced feed that will aid both animal health and antler growth. No other product on the market attracts and holds big whitetails in a hunter’s core hunting areas like Chaos.

Ignite your herd with Chaos now! To purchase Chaos or any other phase of the Rack one Ignite Whitetail System visit www.huntrack1.com today. Remember, success in this business is measured in inches. Don’t come up short.

Rack One’s IGNITE whitetail hunting system is comprised of four phases and five products. In the Condition phase, Overload is the post-season calorie-consumption feed that helps your bucks recover from the strenuous schedule of fighting, chasing and breeding. In the Grow phase, Xcellerator is packed with minerals and nutrients that promote herd health and maximizes antler growth. In the Scout phase, Chaos is specifically formulated to drag those elusive Booners right in front of your trail cams. In the Hunt phase, Rut Fuel is the premium year-round attractant that whitetails just can’t resist, and Acorn Crush brings the madness of acorn attraction to the feeding frenzy at the foot of your stand. Like the products themselves, strong branding and distinctive packaging distinguish Rack One from its competition.

About Rack One
Headquartered in Grayling, Michigan, Rack One LLC is a family-owned and operated company with a combined 60 years of devotion to the hunting industry. Check out all of Rack One’s fine products at your local retailer this season or online at www.huntrack1.com.

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