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 Buckwheat

    This warm-season annual is a great food plot seed option for most hunters. It isn’t a legume or grain species. It's a forb and it can grow as tall as 4 to 5 feet in height. Crude protein levels are high, often surpassing 20 percent. Deer, turkey, waterfowl, upland birds...

  • Food Plot Seed: How to Plant Beets

    While it isn’t common knowledge, beets are big in the United States. They comprise a large portion of our agricultural output each year. They’re grown for many different uses. But our favorite use is for drawing in and feeding white-tailed deer. The high level of sugar (upward of 20 percent...


 Blogs
  • Easy Food Plot Planting Tips

    Food plots can play a big role in feeding the local whitetail population -- especially in areas with limited food sources. That said, Mother Nature doesn't always make it easy to get the job done. Sometimes she presents tough challenges. Here are a few tips on how to overcome them...

  • 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...


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