A one-two punch - INCREDIBLE ATTRACTION in both the early and late hunting season:
Customers requested a product that would provide abundant, nutritious forage for fall and winter that grows rapidly and is extremely attractive to deer in both the early and late hunting seasons. That’s why we created Imperial Whitetail Pure Attraction. Pure Attraction’s early-season attraction and nutrition come from Whitetail Oats and winter peas. Whitetail Institute forage brassicas provide abundant forage during the coldest months of the winter. You’ll be amazed at how quickly and hard the deer will hit it.
Pure Attraction establishes quickly and gives the one-two punch of early and late season deer attraction.
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Posted by dave on 17th Jun 2015
i have planted this annual for 5 years. have filmed up to 26 deer at one time in these fields. i now mix filed corn and soybean seed in with it and this works great also.
Posted by Larry Muench on 13th May 2015
I have used Pure Attraction for 3 years, 2 in AL and last year in KY after moving. It is the best seed I have used in 20 years of planting food plots. The deer love it. Almost every time my son and I hunt we have deer in the food plots. Killed my biggest buck ever last season when a 215 lb. 10 point came to the food plot at last light looking for does. Whitetail Institutes staff is as good as their products. They have been super over the years answering questions and helping. I am a small buyer but they treat me like I was planting dozens of foot plots. Great product, great service and great people. What more could you ask for.
Posted by B B. Sylacauga AL. on 22nd Apr 2015
I planted this in my Power Plant plot as recommended by WT rep. It was everything they said it was. PP was still growing also, It came up pretty and lush, which is great, with some grazing on it early. Nice lush plots are pretty but it usually means not a lot of deer activity. BUT wait, Around 1st Nov., I noticed it started to go down some. And I could tell the deer were coming for it more and more. By Jan., it looked as if I mowed it. Still flourishing great by the way. Mid Jan., my cams were catching the bucks chasing does, and some of the younger bucks were even trying to mate older does. They just weren't big enough to get to the doe properly. So between the PP and the Pure Attraction It was a awesome plot. My only regret is I spread the PA out too much. The plot is 4 acres, and I bow hunt all year, I will consolidate the PA to 1.5 acre side of it and leave the PP to grow on the other..Gun hunting, this wouldn't have been a issue. I sure won't use anything but WT Institute products on my lease. I wish I could post pics. REALLY GREAT products. Thx WTI. That's the rest of the story as Paul Harvey says.
Posted by B Bailey S. AL. on 26th Mar 2015
I planted Pure Attraction this fall in same plot with my Power Plant & it really pulled a lot of deer. Starts quick and then around late December into January The deer started mowing it down drastically. WI you definitely have a customer for life, I'm sold that's for sure! My only regret is I spread it out too much, Deer were to spread out. I should've have plant it on one end of my plot, That's how much the deer love it. They even made a scrape right in the middle of it. And while I was gone the ol' moultries caught countless bucks chasing does, and one pic that you could say "Get a Room" Buy from WI and you won't be disappointed. I'd post pics if I knew how. No need for ya to shop anywhere else.
Posted by Thomas p on 12th Feb 2015
Pure Attraction seems to be the food source that gets hammered the hardest in the fall on my 50 acre NY farm. I took my largest buck ever on a Pure Attraction plot.
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