UV Killer Redux

It was 6 years ago this month when somebody on the Deer & Deer Hunting forum started asking for opinions on UV Killer. I gave my opinion, and cross-posted it back here on my weblog. I did not realize this was going to be the prelude to the most turgid, controversial period in this weblog’s … Continue reading

UV and Reindeer — finally some real science!

I’ve been about ready to bust for months. Here it is September, past the middle of the month, and no one has asked about UV Suppression. Dang! What’s wrong here? Don’t tell me y’all been listening to me and wised up? You mean I’ve been holding back all this anti-UV vitriole for a year, and … Continue reading

The last bunch of UV-Killer Tests

UPDATED TESTS The purpose of this report is to document additional tests I made on the UV-Killer product samples sent to me by Dan Gutting of Atsko, Inc. Let me repeat at the outset that I was on the record as highly skeptical of not only the claims of Atsko regarding this product. In fact … Continue reading

UV Killer Tests — Elephant Repellent works as well

I am oft reminded of the story of the man with the can of Elephant Repellent. One day a neighbor sees the man scattering powder around the edge of his yard and asks what’s up. “It’s elephant repellent.” said the man. “Why do you need elephant repellent?” asked the neighbor. “Because I don’t want to … Continue reading

More on UV-Killers– The plot continues

Here is a series of comments that amounts to a conversation between myself and Dan Gutting at Atsko, the makers of UV Killers. As you can see, Dan is a bit peeved at the less than glowing comments I made of his product: Blogger Dan said… Dear Shaman, If you believe your readers would be … Continue reading

UV Killers

Update 2014– I have updated this article, because this is still one my most-read pieces.  It originally was an off-hand post on D&DH Forum.  As we near the 6th anniversary, I thought I’d update things here and write a look back: UV Killer Redux   It is absolutely ludicrous to believe that deer are sensitive … Continue reading