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Deer Food Plots
Nothing beats soybeans for deer food plots when it comes to nutrition, tonnage and attraction. by Don Higgins I smiled when I saw the small group of deer headed for the plot of standing corn. I had been debating my … Read More
Believe it or not, many old truisms, proverbs and old-time sayings teach valuable lessons when farming for wildlife. By Matt Harper I had the pleasure and opportunity to know my grandparents when I was young. My grandparents were born in … Read More
Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks and Mississippi State University are planning four workshops throughout the state to teach participants how to better manage their land for white-tailed deer. The workshops are in two-day sets, and participants may register … Read More
The U.S. Department of Agriculture has updated its Plant Hardiness Zone Map for the first time since 1990, providing landowners and managers with greater accuracy and detail for 13 zones throughout the United States. The new map was developed by … Read More
Lee and Tiffany Lakosky are known throughout the deer hunting world as masters at managing properties for huge bucks. According to Lee, his magic bullet is the same lucky charm of the Irish — clover. “People ask me all the … Read More
Frost seeding, or winter seeding, is a great way to re-establish perennial clover food plots. It is especially attractive to land managers on a budget, because it requires no special equipment and little, if any, soil preparation. Dan Undersander of … Read More
A common misconception about Lee & Tiffany Lakosky is they were born into deer hunting royalty. This is simply not true. Like many of the high-profile deer hunters who came before him, Lee Lakosky had to learn how to hunt … Read More
Spring is arriving in the Southeast in fits, with temperatures in the upper 70s and mild nights giving way to the occasional blast of chilly lows in the 30s or 40s. by Alan Clemons For our friends in the upper … Read More
Well, if Alabama’s Black Belt region isn’t the best place to shoot a buck during the rut, it has to rank right up there. Imagine a place where you can sit in a deer stand and see deer not only … Read More
Using bait while deer hunting is legal in more than one-half of the states with huntable whitetail populations. Each year, hunters literally spend millions of dollars annually on corn, apples, carrots, pumpkins, sugar beets, sweet potatoes and just about anything … Read More