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Minerals are important in a deer’s diet because they are essential to antler, bone and tooth development, plus hormone activation and water balance.

Macro Minerals:

Minerals that are needed in large amounts, includes; calcium, phosphorus,

potassium, magnesium, sodium and sulfur.

Calcium:   Absorbed through the small intestines then into the bloodstream. Combines with phosphorus to help harden crystal-like substances that create the foundation which

strong antler, bone and teeth are developed.

Phosphorus:   The second 1/2 of antler, bone and teeth formation combined with calcium. Important to help regulate the release of energy that fuels the deer’s body. Most of a deer’s phosphorus content is located in their bones. You don’t want your bucks pulling nutrition out of their bones to grow their racks, hence the need for supplementation.

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Potassium: Critical to proper pH balance and an aid in digestion. Along with sodium chloride helps to form electrolytes, electrically charged ions that make up a deer’s bodily fluids.

Magnesium: Used to make sure calcium is used properly in the body, needed for strong teeth and bones. Helps turn food into energy, assists nerves and muscles.

Sodium: A natural carrier needed for trace minerals. Helps with absorption of amino acids. Animals naturally desire the sodium and chloride found in salt, more so than any

other mineral.

Sulfur: Helps in the digestion of foods, found in tendons, ligaments and cartilage.

Trace Minerals: Minerals needed in much smaller amounts by deer. They are copper, iron, zinc, manganese, cobalt, iodine and selenium. These minerals are tied to all systems within the deer’s natural development.

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