The wait is over! The Deer Eater Podcast, co-hosted by Jason Say and Josh Kinser, is back, and with its return comes a brand-new episode. In the new
The wait is over! The Deer Eater Podcast, co-hosted by Jason Say and Josh Kinser, is back, and with its return comes a brand-new episode. In the new hour-long episode, Jason and Josh catch listeners up with a recap of what has happened over the winter. This episode will keep listeners on the edge of their seats when hearing what is coming up for the new season of the popular podcast. Here are a few highlights of the new episode.
Co-host and food plot guru Jason Say begins by sharing his efforts and plans for planting food plots this spring and summer. This podcast covers deer, but it gives a few turkey tips with a snapshot of Jason’s season in his home state of Pennsylvania.
Returning is Big and J Marketing Director Josh Kinser with his deer health expertise. Josh digs right in from where the podcast left off last season and shares some great tips on the importance of supplemental feeding for does, fawns, and bucks. Josh also shares why now is the time to start using minerals. Throughout the episode, Josh shares excellent tips on setting up a mineral site, why deer need minerals, and the breakdown between Big and J’s Legit and Headrush mineral products.
After getting listeners pumped by discussing their off-season regimens to improve the overall health of deer, Josh gives a sneak peek at one of Big and J’s new products coming as soon as late May or June called Deer Dig It Cubes. The new Deer Dig It Cubes will be apple-flavored and contain salt and key minerals such as calcium, phosphorous, and other trace minerals that deer need and crave.
Completing an information-packed episode of the Deer Eater Podcast, Jason Say gives an insight into his flintlock season in his home state of Pennsylvania. Hear how Jason’s hunt took a left turn after what he thought would be a textbook recovery the morning after harvesting a mature doe.
To find out what went down on Jason’s flintlock hunt and to gather tips and tactics on food plots, shed hunting, turkey hunting, and improving the health of your deer herd, tune into the new episode of the Deer Eater Podcast. Listen on your favorite device or log onto www.deereater.com or visit www.bigandj.com.
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