Our Blends are design to attract wildlife
Before your buy a Wildlife Blend read the tag. Its not the bag that matters but what is inside.
What separates our blends from our competitors is that we develop our blends specifically for our target areas. We do not market state or nationwide but focus on developing our products specifically in South and Central Texas. We cut no corners with the Rackbuilder/Covey Call Blends. We use only the highest quality and most adapted and newest product when developing our blends. All varieties and products utilized in each blend have been proven and tested throughout our marketing area. We blend like seed size for easy planting and make our blends as user friendly as possible. Unlike many companies we do not formulate our blends on a least cost basis but rather to provide maximum performance and attractant.
When it comes to quality, yield and overall maximum performance, Rackbuilder is truly the choice of hunters throughout South & Central Texas. Rackbuilderd is a combination of locally adapted small grains , and our proprietary peas and brassicas blended to provide maximum attraction and food source for whitetail deer populations. Unlike many companies , we do not formulate our blends on least cost formulation. In addition, as with all of our blends, Rackbuilder is desighned for easy planting and most of all success.
Rackbuilder Plus is composed of a combination re-seeding medics and annual clovers. This blend will provide a crude protein of about 20-24%. Will provide early and late season growth and overall is designed to bring them in and keep them there .
The components utilized in the blend are well adapted throughout South and Central Texas and have all been proven and relished by whitetail deer populations.
The blend will performs best on a well drained sandy loam- Clay Loam soil with a pH of 6.0 - 8.5
There are wedge lines of redwood from the historic Schwann Mansion in Santa Cruz and from MMA fighter Gray Maynard's house in Capitola, California.
The fin is made from cocobolo and rosewood from the Santa Cruz Guitar Company. It also incorporates redwood reclaimed from John Steinbeck's house in Pacific Grove, California.