how exactly do you use it? What does it do?
Best bet it to pour it on something like a rotted stump that's cut pretty close to the ground. If you can't find something like that, just scrape the ground bare and pour it into the dirt. Basically it's a bunch of minerals with some molassas or similar mixed in. It soaks into the ground, and the deer will be attracted by the scent initially, and then by the taste. They'll paw and chew up the ground and any roots until they can't taste it anymore...typically you'll end up with a hole that'sa couple feet deep. It is considered a deer attractant and is treated the same as salt licks or baiting, so you'll have to be careful with your game laws. Personally, I don't see that the deer can get enough useful minerals from it to be beneficial to them, and the only benefit you get as a hunter is finding out what deer are in the area.