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  • Successful Food Plots Part III: Choosing a Forage

    Successful Food Plots Part III: Choosing a Forage

    A properly implemented food plot program will be beneficial for more than just whitetails. There is a great possibility that wild turkey, dove, quail, and even some predator species will, at some point, be spotted using your plots. They are communal feeding areas and that’s …

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  • Successful Food Plots Part II: Plot Design

    Successful Food Plots Part II: Plot Design

    My previous blog was about how to properly take soil samples for your upcoming food plots. The second part of having a successful food plots is designing them in a fashion that is conducive to wildlife usage. Most people think of whitetails then it comes …

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  • Successful Food Plots Part I: Site Prep

    Successful Food Plots Part I: Site Prep

    There are a few things to keep in mind when designing a food plot or re-vamping a pre-existing food plot. Just because a plot was successful last year doesn’t mean you’ll experience the same results this year. On the other hand, just because you may …

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  • Life on the Land:  Marty Lanier

    Life on the Land: Marty Lanier

    The key to any successful real estate transaction is having a trusted agent to help complete the process. From start to finish, a typical buyer may not be aware of his or her options. And when it comes to making such a large purchase, it’s …

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  • What You Can Learn From Late-Season Trail Cameras

    What You Can Learn From Late-Season Trail Cameras

    Last week’s blog covered a few tips and tactics for setting up trail cameras for various types of wildlife. This blog post is about the information you can derive from those late-season camera setups. With the colder weather and the possibility of snow and ice …

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