Oak savannas are outstanding deer habitat; unfortunately the vast majority of this once-common habitat type has been lost. The good news is that it can be restored, and your deer hunting will improve from the incredible natural forage diversity the restoration work provides.
Initially used for cover crops, soil conservation and forage for domestic animals, brassicas have taken off like wildfire for deer food plots because of their ease of growing, high protein content, productivity and low planting costs.
Scrape trees and licking branches are awesome for pulling bucks into camera and bow shot range. Now, watch a few tips to take them to the next level.
Everyone always wants to know what the best food plot seeds to plant are. It's always difficult to answer with the hundreds of seed choices available, but here are some of the top choices for warm-season annuals.
If your deer habitat management goal is to grow big bucks, try to keep the expectations realistic for the area and the situation. Every property is different and there are many factors that come into play.
Low-impact deer hunting stands can offer great hunting all season long, although not every property provides the best spots. So you build them. Here are four ways you can improve whitetail habitat for low-impact hunting.
Science-based deer management involves many factors that must all work together for the overall health of the deer and their habitat. Auburn University's Deer Laboratory is one of the top deer research facilities in the country, and provides information on the many facets needed for a healthy deer management plan.
It's a huge myth that you need large amounts of money and land to improve your deer habitat. Nothing could be further from the truth. Here are seven cheap ways to improve your hunting land.
How many does should you shoot? The deer habitat and preferred browse species leave clues that will help you develop a doe management plan. Steve explains the basic formula based on years of proven experience.