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
  • Food Plot Seed: How to Plant Wheat

    Wheat is good. This cool-season cereal grain is highly digestible, has 18 to 20 percent protein and holds a lot of nutritional value. Furthermore, it can commonly produce up to 6,500 pounds of forage per acre during the hunting season. But wheat has a bad side. It doesn’t provide as...

  • Food Plot Seed: How to Plant Soybeans

    The soybean plant is the king of deer feed. Period. It’s higher in protein (approximately 25-30 percent), offers a good number of carbohydrates and is more palatable than most food sources available to deer. Furthermore, deer don’t have to work hard to eat it. It sits at an easy-to-reach height...


 Blogs
  • 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...

  • Easy Blackberry Freezer Jam

    Blackberry season is in full harvest mode around here right now. The plants are loaded and we are racing with the birds and other critters that like the ripe juicy berries as much as we do to harvest as many as possible. Tarts , pies, cobblers, barbecue sauce , or...


 Galleries