Food Plots and Land Management

Should you plant a turnip plot this fall? What’s better, clover or chicory? Do you really need a tractor, or will your ATV work? If you’re managing hunting land, you can’t afford not to check in here.


 Editorial
  • Enhance Soil Microflora to Improve Your Food Plots

    With fertilizer costs on the rise, it is tempting for landowners to skip fertilizing their food plots this fall and assume that soil nutrients are adequate. As long as the soil has ample residual nutrients for the next planting, skipping fertilizer won't hurt. But testing the soil in food plots...

  • Food Plot Seed: How to Plant Oats

    Oats. Come fall and winter, it’s what’s for dinner. This cool-season food source is extremely attractive during colder late-fall and winter days. This is an excellent choice for deer hunters who like to plant cereal grains. This plant species is very high in carbohydrates — which is what helps deer...


 Blogs
  • Planting Vegetation Barriers for Deer

    Do you plant food plots? Need to hide a house or building from wildlife? Want deer to come out more during daylight hours? Start planting plot screens and see more whitetails. Don't Miss: How to Plant a Micro Kill Plot for Deer Are you a hunter wanting to learn how...

  • Chicken of the Woods Mushroom and Venison Stir Fry

    While just about everyone knows about morel mushrooms in the spring, there are several other mushrooms that come on during the summer and fall months. One of those is the Chicken of the Woods (Laetiporus sulphureus, Laetiporus cincinnatus), and can normally be found from late summer through fall throughout a...


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