Do I Really Need A Soil Test?

March 6, 2019

How much fertilizer are you wasting each year? A soil analysis will tell you that and so much more. Read More


September 26, 2018

Keep deer coming back for more all season long with early fall planting. Read More

Mini Plots, Multiple Crops

July 31, 2018

Here’s how to take your small-property food plots to the next level with a year-round crop cycle. Read More

Spring Food Plot Maintenance

April 18, 2017

Now is the time to ensure your food plots grow lush, productive crops this summer and fall. Read More

Food Plot Basics

September 21, 2015

Before planting any food plots, formulate a strategy. Decide how many food plots you need to attract, hold, and feed whitetails and other wildlife on your property, then decide where to locate them. Some state’s wildlife departments offer land consultations for a nominal fee. They can suggest what to plant, where to plant it, and how many wildlife plots to plant. Read More

What Deer Eat and How to Feed Them

September 22, 2014

As you’re gearing up for hunting season, knowing what, when and where deer prefer to eat can help you understand – and pinpoint – where to find them.  Whether your goal is optimal game management, a successful hunting season, superior photographs or just ideal observation, look for the right food sources at the right time of year, and you’ll experience greater success. Read More

From the Ground Up | Food Plot 101

September 22, 2014

In case you haven't noticed, food plots are the rage these days. Not only do they hold deer on a property, but they can provide high-quality forage on marginal habitat and ultimately produce bigger, healthier whitetails. When done correctly, planting and maintaining food plots is a rewarding pastime and an off-season activity that becomes every bit as addictive as the hunt itself. Once you start, it's tough to quit. Without an idea of what to do, when however, food plots can be frustrating and expensive lessons in futility.  Follow these proven methods for getting your food plot in tip-top shape. Read More

Know Your Dirt

July 23, 2014

Great food plots can't happen without great dirt.  For that reason, soil testing is a vital first-step to knowing what your soil is made up of, and ultimately what you need to do in order to get the most out of your foot plot. Read More

5 High-Impact Spring Food Plots

March 5, 2014

With the recent food plot and game management craze, it’s extremely important to plant and provide year-round nutrition on your hunting property or lease. Failing to plant food plots and provide attractants can result in your game animals wondering off your property and onto your neighbor’s land. In order to prevent this dreaded scenario from unfolding, try planting these five high-impact spring food plots to attract and hold more game on your land this season. Read More

Winter Food Plot Maintenance

December 10, 2013

During the spring and summer months, many hardcore whitetail fanatics are busy planting food plots and preparing for the upcoming deer season. Without question, adding food plots to your property or hunting lease can significantly increase your chances of punching tags on a consistent basis. However, it’s extremely important to plant more than just warm-season plots, because these food sources are not productive once temperatures begin plummeting throughout the fall and winter. Read More

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