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  • Get the Most out of Perennial Plots
    Story : Posted 04-16-2015

    Get the Most out of Perennial Plots

    By far one of the most planted food plot species is clover. For many, clover is clover. But between reds and whites, annuals and perennials, there are a lot of differing characteristics that not only affect the performance of a food plots but also the cost of establishment.

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  • Plant Perennial Food Plots in the Spring or Fall?
    News : Posted 04-03-2015

    Plant Perennial Food Plots in the Spring or Fall?

    For many deer hunters, spring is filled with shed hunting, maybe some turkey chasing, and a little R&R by the lake or on the creek bank. But spring also can be one of the most opportune times to help out your deer herd.

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  • Fight the Lack of Food with Fire
    News : Posted 03-30-2015

    Fight the Lack of Food with Fire

    For many years, the forests of much of North America were maintained in park-like settings. Large towering trees dotted a young, lush forest floor.

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  • Spring Perennial Powerhouses for Deer
    News : Posted 03-20-2015

    Spring Perennial Powerhouses for Deer

    With deer seasons long behind and months before most will be thinking about full-racked, velvet bucks, it's difficult to picture big deer unless you are picking up a shed.

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  • Are Leases Helping or Hurting Deer Hunting?
    Story : Posted 03-13-2015

    Are Leases Helping or Hurting Deer Hunting?

    This past deer season I harvested my largest buck to date – maybe the largest of my life – on a new property I leased in Kansas.

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  • How to Create the #1 Deer Food
    HowTo : Posted 03-09-2015

    How to Create the #1 Deer Food

    In the last column of Everything Deer, we discussed the dominance of native browse and vegetation in the annual diets of deer.

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  • What Are Your Deer Eating?
    News : Posted 02-27-2015

    What Are Your Deer Eating?

    With winter setting in hard across the country, from well-below-zero temperatures in the Upper Midwest to snow and ice in the South, deer are in the most food-stressed period of the year.

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  • Balance Between Predator and Prey
    News : Posted 02-19-2015

    Balance Between Predator and Prey

    There's something about setting a piece of cold steel, knowing that there is such a small window of success for a predator to enter a trap, set the pan off and become the prey of a trapper.

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  • Shed Trap Risks
    News : Posted 02-12-2015

    Shed Trap Risks

    Snow isn't the only white stuff hitting the ground over the next month. As testosterone levels begin to plummet, bucks across the continent will start to shed their antlers.

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  • No Offseason
    Story : Posted 02-05-2015

    No Offseason

    The season ended not but a few weeks ago in my state of Missouri, and already work is underway by thousands of hunters and land managers to ensure that next season will be better than the last.

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