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Laying Out Your Food Plots - Part I
by David Morris

You like the idea of more and bigger deer on your property, and you’ve become convinced that food plots can help get you there. You’re ready to commit the time and resources necessary to get into an agricultural-based food-source management program, the kind that’ll significantly enhance the nutritional plane of the property, not just attract deer to a field. In short, you’re ready to start “farming for deer” so you can get the most from your land, investment and deer hunting. Now what?


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Is Supplemental Feeding Necessary? - Part I
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Supplemental feeding has never been more popular.  There are now more ranches and more acres enrolled in supplemental feeding programs than at any other time…

Successful Warm Season Food Plots - Part I
by Blaine Burley

Interest in Wildlife Management and Quality Deer Management are at an all-time high with the hunting public and land managers across the nation.  Growing more…



The Evolution of the Skinning Shed
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(Originally Published in QDMA, Quality Whitetails)
By Rans Thomas

My first introduction to skinning a deer was in the barn on our family farm…



Big Bucks on Small Tracts – A Profile Of Success
by David Morris

For years, conventional wisdom had it that you had to have thousands of acres to have an effective management program for quality deer. That all…



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Protecting Your Investments Of Food Plots

Customarily food plots were only planted in the fall and winter months for attracting and holding deer in an area. It is now becoming a popular practice throughout the United States to plant summer food plots for deer.

The size of these plots range from pipelines to literally hundreds of acres.

Warm season food plots are planted for the most part with high protein legumes such as lablab, cowpeas, clovers and numerous other varieties.


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