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Tools of the Trade

  Tools of the Trade   Not every food plot is chiseled out and planted with a tractor. There are some, especially for those looking to create a secluded honeyhole, that simply require a lot of elbow grease. Designed to make the job easier for those hard-to-plant areas is BioLogic’s 50-100 lb. Push Broadcast Spreader. A […]

Proper Seedling Planting

Proper Seedling Planting Seedlings are becoming increasingly popular with land managers. Aside from being extremely economical, seedlings are a great choice for those looking to plant numerous trees at once. They are a joy to nurture and watch grow. However, whether you’re planting one seedling or 500, there are some planting steps you should follow […]

Summer Scouting Tactics

Summer Scouting Tactics Summer is one of the best times of the year to embark on hands-on reconnaissance missions for trophy whitetails. Why? For starters, bucks are visible at food sources in the early mornings and late evenings. Being able to watch particular bucks for days on end as they enter and exit a food […]

Enhance Your Food Plots

  Yes, the food plot craze is here. Land managers across the country rely on food plots to attract and hold animals on their properties. In addition, they want these food plots to provide valuable nutrition for the wildlife that utilizes them. Boost your plots wildlife appeal and nutritional value by planting a few mast […]

Understanding Soil pH

  Food plots are exciting, but those who jump quickly into the planting phase without doing a little soil research are going to be very disappointed. Soil pH is crucial to crop development and overall yield. While the term “pH” may seem scientific and complicated, it doesn’t require a NASA-pedigree to understand. Simply put, different […]

The Missing Link – When it Comes to Mineral Licks

As most know, a mineral lick is a natural mineral deposit that deer and other animals are readily drawn to; they provide the essential minerals and nutrients that the animal needs for their overall wellness. Salt/mineral licks often occur naturally in an ecosystem, providing the sodium, iron, calcium, phosphorus and zinc that are all necessary […]