Primos New TAKE OUT Deer Attractants Will Make Deer STAY IN!… Your Area this Fall

Take Out

Primos Take Out Row Crop Deer Attractant

Primos Hunting has many hunting calls and accessories that define them, but they also have diverse offerings in deer attractants. Just in time for fall, they are adding two different blends of a new deer attractant dubbed Take Out. The flavors developed have a specific palate, or region of the country in mind.


Take Out Row Crop

The “Row Crop” blend suits hunting areas where farmland and agriculture is present. It has lots of ingredients that deer would naturally eat, but this mixture will hopefully bring deer closer to your stand as opposed to a nearby field. Primos elaborates on what is inside the bag:

Aimed at areas where agricultural entrees are on the menu, Take Out Row Crop features the most desirable farmland flavors proven to reliably draw deer into farmers’ fields, including oats, soybeans, alfalfa, barley and molasses.

Row Crop’s mixture contains extra protein and fat as an enriching and important addition throughout the fall and winter months. Both bucks and does need this during the rut and winter when mating and the weather is harshest on their bodies.


Take Out Fall Harvest

The Fall Harvest flavor caters to those hunting in more wooded areas. This blend could become a staple for many hunters because natural food sources can be a feast-or-famine type of situation. Some years natural food sources are in abundance for deer while other years not so much. If you are able to provide a consistent, natural style source of food for the deer in your area, they will look to your chosen location as a mainstay for food. If whitetail deer are anything, they are creatures of habit. Create a habit of visiting your hunting spot with a deer attractant. Primos expanded on what this specific deer attractant contains:

Take Out Fall Harvest is an alluring combination of mixed grains, molasses and corn. Its components were carefully chosen to mimic the most compelling whitetail foods found in a variety of woodlands and other natural settings across the continent.

The Take Out deer attractants currently sell in 5 Lbs. bags with an affordable MSRP of $9.95. Since this does contain actual food (no pun intended) you should check to see if your state or area allows for this type of baiting. Some public hunting lands or states only allow for mineral licks while others give the green light on food baiting.

To check out the Primos Hunting “Take Out Row Crop” deer attractant, CLICK HERE.

For the Primos Hunting “Take Out Fall Harvest” deer attractant information, CLICK HERE.

To view the Vista Outdoors press release of these deer attractants, CLICK HERE.



Hello everyone! The outdoors, Crossfit, and anything firearm related have always been my passions. I’ve been a guest writer for Sierra Bullets, am a Smith & Wesson Armorer, reloader, and have an addiction to classic S&W and Colt revolvers. Be sure to visit TFB frequently and keep your magazines full, my friends!


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  • Jeff Smith

    Whatever happened to the TFB motto: Firearms, not politics/ads for deer food?

  • KestrelBike

    How is this not just a glorified advertisement? Seriously, I don’t normally post complaints like this, but c’mon.

  • Anonymoose

    But will it attract hippies, because I don’t want to get a hippie infestation.

  • TheNotoriousIUD

    Ah the mighty hunter making majestic kill shots from 8-10 feet.
    That’ll teach them Deer Qaeda.

  • Devil_Doc

    I love to deer hunt, but what does this have to do with firearms?

    • Anonymoose

      About as much as $3000 Zeiss binoculars do.

      • TheNotoriousIUD

        Are you honestly saying that you would go operatin’ with $2,000 binoculars?
        I pity you.

        • Anonymoose

          To go with my $5000 MR762 and $3000 P226? Sure, why not!

          • TheNotoriousIUD

            Cant be done.
            I know from having seen quite a few operations in my time.

          • Anonymoose

            I save the $3000 binos for operating with my $16000 M110 and Damascus Korriphila .45.

  • Nicks87

    If you have to bait deer in order to hunt them, please don’t call yourself a hunter. I swear people are so f—ing lazy.

    • TheNotoriousIUD

      Thats called shootin’ at some food.

      • Nicks87

        It’s actually illegal in my state.

        • TheNotoriousIUD

          I hope your liberal politicians are happy with all the deer running around raping and dealing drugs.

    • Duray

      I don’t “have” to hunt at all. I do what’s meaningful to me. What’s it to you or me how someone else gets their food?

    • wysoft

      I feel the same since my hunting season takes place on hundreds of square miles of public land and wilderness here in the PNW, but I didn’t realize for years how locked up some of the southern states can be when it comes to finding huntable land. Sometimes the only way those guys can “hunt” is to get the deer to come onto their small square of property and shoot from a stand. Not something I would enjoy, but that’s what works for them.

  • In some states it is illegal to bait deer. I assume this would qualify as that.