RWWP Maximizer Mineral
Real World’s Maximizer Deer Mineral was developed after more than 20 years of extensive research with both captive whitetails as well as wild deer. Unlike other salt-dominated products which offer very little nutritional benefit to deer, Maximizer Deer Mineral is specifically formulated with over 20 micro and macro-nutrients; many in precise proportion to each other.
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Real World’s Maximizer Deer Mineral was developed after more than 20 years of extensive research with both captive whitetails as well as wild deer. Unlike other salt-dominated products which offer very little nutritional benefit to deer, Maximizer Deer Mineral is specifically formulated with over 20 micro and macro-nutrients; many in precise proportion to each other. The specific nutrient formulation found inside this bag has been directly responsible for the growth of numerous captive bucks scoring more than 300” and countless bucks scoring more than 200” at just 2 years old.
By providing the deer on your property with adequate year ‘round access to Maximizer Deer Mineral, you are giving the bucks the very best opportunity to develop antlers to their full genetic potential while also helping the does raise vigorous healthy fawns.
Most deer mineral products on the market WILL attract deer. The difference with Real World Maximizer Mineral is that it will also improve your deer herd’s health, antler growth and fawn production while also drawing them in for your trail camera. Why settle for JUST an attractant when you can improve antler growth, fawn production and herd health at the same time?
Does your mineral product contain all of these ingredients?
Real World Maximizer Mineral does!
Calcium – Calcium is used in the formation and maintenance of bones, teeth and antlers. It also functions in transmission of nerve impulses and contraction of muscle tissue.
Phosphorus – Phosphorus works in conjunction with calcium in the formation of bones, teeth and antlers. Phosphorus is also involved in the chemical reactions of energy metabolism, reproduction, cell
development, and the absorption of vitamin B and strengthens genetic material and DNA.
Magnesium – Magnesium is an activator of many metabolic enzymes. These enzymes control reactions include the breakdown of glucose for energy and the replication of DNA, which is necessary for cell division.
Potassium – Potassium is ubiquitous in the body of mammals because it is required in large amounts by most organ systems for normal functioning. It is necessary for normal cell maintenance, water metabolism, to regulate body temperature and for muscle growth
Sulfur – Sulfur is present in protein, certain vitamins (thiamin and biotin), enzymes and other compounds. Sulfur deficiency symptoms include decreased feed intake, unthrifty appearance, dullness of the
Cobalt – Cobalt is required for synthesis of vitamin B12 by ruminal bacteria.
Copper – Copper is important for fertility and the immune system. Deficiency symptoms include anemia, loss of color in the haircoat, digestive upset and poor animal performance (growth, lactation and/or
Iodine – Iodine is essential for production of thyroxin, a hormone that regulates metabolic rate. A deficiency in iodine causes a condition called goiter, which is characterized by an enlarged thyroid gland. Other deficiency symptoms include weak or hairless animals, reduced reproductive performance and retained
Iron – Iron functions in oxidative enzyme systems involved in energy metabolism. It also enables the hemoglobin in red blood cells to carry oxygen to the tissues of the body.
Manganese – Manganese functions as a part of numerous enzyme systems and is used in the body for normal reproduction and fetal development.
Chlorine – Chlorine maintains the volume, pH and osmolarity of body fluids. Chlorine is essential for hydrochloric acid production in the abomasum and for carbon dioxide transport.
Selenium – Selenium is required for growth and to aid resistance to diseases, being involved in the production of antibodies and in the killing of micro-organisms engulfed by macrophages.
Zinc – Enzymes for protein and carbohydrate metabolism require zinc. The immune system also requires zinc to function properly. Good for healthy hooves and skin
Riboflavin – Vitamin B2, also called riboflavin, helps the body to convert food (carbohydrates) into fuel (glucose), which is used to produce energy.
Niacin – Also known as Vitamin B3, Niacin helps the nervous system function properly and is also useful in helping the body utilize fats and proteins. Niacin also assists in the synthesis of various hormones, primarily in the adrenal glands. It also helps to improve circulation.
Choline – Choline serves various functions and is important in the rapid development in fetuses and
Thiamine – Also known as vitamin B1 is important for energy production, cardiovascular functions, eye health, brain function, and the development of myelin sheaths which are the protective covering of the
Pyridoxine – Is known as vitamin B6 and is required for the utilization of energy in foods, the production of red blood cells, and proper functioning of nerves.
Vitamin A – Vitamin A plays an important role in reproduction and sight.
Vitamin D3 – This is important for the formation of bones and calcium.
Vitamin E – This vitamin helps fight infections both topically and internally
Diatomaceous Earth – Diatomaceous earth is an all natural anti-parasitic that is often used on organic farms for parasite control in livestock
Salt – Salt is needed to provide sodium and chlorine requirements however in most deer mineral products it is used in too high percentage because it is cheap.