Columbus, GA -(Ammoland.com)- Known as “The Ultimate Deer Attractant,” Chestnut Magic by Chestnut Hill Outdoors will not only bring in deer right to your stand or blind, but it will keep them coming back for more.
Chestnut trees are the ideal deer attractant for deer, which are evolutionary programmed to eat chestnuts. But, if you are unable to plant chestnuts or if your trees are not mature yet, and you still want the power of the ultimate food plot tree, get Chestnut Magic. It’s like having a chestnut tree in the bag.
The attractant contains a mix of fresh and dried Dunstan chestnuts, which are a special breed of larger, sweeter chestnuts, plus a blend of grains and nutrients. Not only are chestnuts more nutritious than acorns, with two times more protein and four times more carbohydrates, but deer and other wildlife crave the sweet taste of chestnuts over the bitter taste of acorns.
Chestnut Magic works anywhere you hunt- on public land, leased land or on your own private land. It has been tested successfully across the country in a variety of climates, meaning it will work everywhere.
Pour Chestnut Magic in small strips or in large piles where you want to attract deer. It will work in wet or dry conditions, and will release an irresistible sweet-smelling aroma. Then, sit back and watch the deer come in.
About Chestnut Hill Outdoors
Our mission at CHESTNUT HILL OUTDOORS is to provide you with the best varieties and best quality Food Plot Trees and to help you be successful in improving your land and its carrying capacity for game and wildlife. CHESTNUT HILL OUTDOORS is a division of CHESTNUT HILL TREE FARM, a nationally recognized leader in the introduction and development of new varieties of nut, fruit and flowering trees. We bred and introduced the patented blight resistant Dunstan Chestnuts, the most widely grown chestnut tree in America, and many new fruit and flowering tree varieties, including new Oriental Persimmons from Japan, and low chill fruit and flowering trees developed by the University of Florida. We are the largest grower of these varieties in the southeastern U.S.