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Deer Hunters Wanted.  

Dec 5, 2015

Just when you thought the deer pee industry had exhausted every conceivable way of bringing deer urine to market, along comes Antler Ice. When you think about it, it kind of makes sense. Freezing at origin seems to be the best way to preserve most anything, urine included. Science laboratories having being doing it for years. Antler Ice has figure out a way to collect, freeze, and effectively distribute deer urine to those places where hunters hang out using nothing more than a basic freezer system like ice cream companies. Beau gives us the inside scoop about the company and tells us why using frozen deer urine during a hunt might just be the most effective method to lure a big buck into range.


  • A Farm In the Middle of Nowhere
  • Hard Work IS NOT a Foreign Concept
  • Walnuts, Baseball Bats, and Splitting Wood
  • 2 Back Packs Instead of One
  • Howe work in the Tree stand and Meetings with the Dean
  • Field and Stream- Antler Ice
  • All Natural Frozen Deer Urine
  • Killing of Ammonia and Bacterial Development
  • Varieties of Antler Ice
  • Apple, Vanilla, and Urine- Early Season Late Season
  • The Ghost Wicks and the Freezing Process
  • Solving Some Problems about Urine that We Didn't Think About
  • 2 Deep Freezers and a Delivery System
  • The Antler Ice Truck and Twitter
  • How to Apply the Antler Ice in the Field
  • The Fresher the Better 
  • Beau's Back Pack Contents
  • A Mule Deer Hunt with Beau in Nebraska
  • An Edge
  • Sit as Long as Possible #1 Tip
  • Beau's One Thing: His Hat
  • The 15 Year Old Beau Harris
  • When Will Antler Ice Be Available Everywhere?

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This Show was Written, Edited, and Produced by Jason “Jay” Scott Ammann

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