Considering there's no acorns here this year, and my lack of health, I decided to fire up my corn feeder again last week.
I went and bought two bags of shelled corn and put some out. Have my trail cam over it.
Much to my surprise nothing will eat it. I have pics of deer, a family of coons, a yote, red fox, grey fox, and even a dang crow. They all just walked up to it, smelled it, but wouldn't touch it.
I put slices of apples in the corn that piled up at the bottom and they just dug it out and ate it, but not the corn.
With no acorns, you would think they would be burning it up. But they are not.
Last year a friend told me the same thing happened to him with shelled corn. I didn't really believe him, but now I do. Pretty sure it came from Southern States farm supply, same place mine did.
I've never had this happen to me before. Every darn critter in the woods gobbled up shelled corn.
I spoke to someone at Southern States and he said he's never heard of that before?? I informed him I will be returning it next week if nothing eats on it by then.
Anyone else ever have that happen to them?