Category: Nutrition

Bowhunting Strength and Conditioning Part 3

Whether you shoot a 40, 50, 60 or 70 pound bow you can accredit that ability to your back muscles. Your back is a mass of muscle that works in sync like a well-oiled machine bringing your bow to full

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Late Season Food Plots

late season food plots

So it’s almost labor day and the start of deer season for most people is little over a month away.  You’ve got the family vacations out of the way.  The kids are headed back to school soon.  Football is starting

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Corn As Deer Feed

Deer Corn

Corn is What Most Hunters Use Corn is what most wildlife lovers offer deer.  Even though it is one of the poorest types of deer feed available.  It is not beneficial just because it is cheap and labeled as “deer

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Food Plots – Early & Late Season

Food Plots - Clover

When it comes to food plots there are several ways to go.  From how you plant, where you plant and in particular what all to plant.  When I am planning food plots for the upcoming year I like to split

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Seeding – Food Plot Equipment (Part III)

Seeding - No Till Drill

All the hard work is finally done!  Now it’s time to get some seed down and watch it grow!  Generally speaking, seeding food plots is pretty easy.  Based upon your budget, here are the best options for planting your food plots.

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Soil Preparation – Food Plot Equipment (Part II)

Soil preparation is tough if you do not have access to the right equipment.   Breaking ground on new areas can be a daunting task, especially if there’s an existing sod layer.  Minimal equipment can tackle spraying and planting somewhat

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Sprayers – Food Plot Equipment (Part I)

Sprayers are first on the list of tools.  Not only is weed control the most important task but it also the most difficult.  Jumping right into tilling up the ground is easy because it feels like you are getting something

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Soil Testing – Why Is It Important?

Soil Testing - Dirt

Soil testing is the most critical part of any food plot.  Before planting, it’s of the utmost importance to analyze your soil.  You want to make sure that the soil composition is perfect for growing the seed you’re about to

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Food Plots – Why Should I Plant Them?

Food Plots

Food plots play an important role in the drive towards healthy animals and bigger bucks. They can transform deer management on tracts big or small.  What’s the big difference between food plots and native vegetation? On average, native vegetation will

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Mineral Sites – Starting & Maintaining

Mineral Site - Starting

Start Planning Your New Mineral Sites As spring draws near it’s time to start planning where you will place your new mineral sites. With deer beginning to push out old bone and grow new bone along with gestating does, spring

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