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I am crushing grapes this weekend. Malbec and cabernet. Thinking of what to do with the leftover crushed grapes.
 

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Ive seen them eat wild grapes but i dont think the crushed one will be good. They will ferment to fast crushed.
 

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Probably 3/4 a garbage can full *******, but I'm a little far north for you.
 

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I threw them grapes off my deck this past winter. Not only did they eat them, but they fraught each other for them. And they even ate the stems.
 

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You drink wine, deer wait for the grapes to ferment, a little on the chewy side but same effect.

I have also seen them eat the wild grape leaves but only when they turn yellow
I bet that has to do with the carbs in the leaves turning into sugar.
 

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Freeze em and put em out late season when its bitter cold. They won't ferment and u will probably have every deer in the county at your spot. Carbs in late winter is a great food source.
 
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