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Believe it or not, many old truisms, proverbs and old-time sayings teach valuable lessons when farming for wildlife. By Matt Harper I had the pleasure and opportunity to know my grandparents when I was young. My grandparents were born in … Read More
Lee and Tiffany Lakosky are known throughout the deer hunting world as masters at managing properties for huge bucks. According to Lee, his magic bullet is the same lucky charm of the Irish — clover. “People ask me all the … Read More
It might sound a little strange, but according to Deer & Deer Hunting field editor Les Davenport, now is the the time to think about deer decoys for rut hunts. If that doesn’t compute, here’s why: Man-made products such as … Read More
Frost seeding, or winter seeding, is a great way to re-establish perennial clover food plots. It is especially attractive to land managers on a budget, because it requires no special equipment and little, if any, soil preparation. Dan Undersander of … Read More
Spring is arriving in the Southeast in fits, with temperatures in the upper 70s and mild nights giving way to the occasional blast of chilly lows in the 30s or 40s. by Alan Clemons For our friends in the upper … Read More
Because deer have rather large ears, it makes sense that they can hear better than humans, right? Or can they? Many hunters assume that because deer have ears three times bigger than ours they can probably hear three times better. … Read More
Spring is a great time to start a food plot, but don’t count yourself out if you miss a planting. There are three kinds of forages that will keep deer – and hunters – interested through the hunting season. D&DH … Read More
Do you know the difference between a mineral lick and a mineral supplement? Or what five minerals are the most important for herd health? D&DH Field Editor Matt Harper has the answers to these questions and more in “The Complete … Read More
Food plots take time, money and a lot of sweat equity to be successful. Before you commit precious resources to a food plot, make sure you’re not making a blowing everything on a mistake. Just one hour with D&DH Publisher … Read More