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5 Deer Management Tips for Your Small Property

In the last few weeks of our new webcast, Grow ‘em Big with Steve Bartylla, his advice has been about laying the groundwork for your deer management goals before starting anything on your property. That’s just common sense, isn’t it? You wouldn’t start planting a garden without plowing the ground or adding any fertilizer or...

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VIDEO: Map Out the Best Deer Hunting Plan for Your Property

How do you maximize the benefits of your hard work putting in food plots, establishing mineral licks, and selecting the best areas for stands or ground blinds? The best way to do that is to establish a plan based on your land, your needs and desires, and what the deer need before you start making...

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Soybeans for Deer Food Plots

Nothing beats soybeans for deer food plots when it comes to nutrition, tonnage and attraction. by Don Higgins I smiled when I saw the small group of deer headed for the plot of standing corn. I had been debating my friend Todd Hewing about what was the best late-season food-plot crop for whitetails. Todd...

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Plot a Successful Course to the Best Deer Hunting This Year

If you’re dead-set on managing and planning for the best deer season possible then it’s not something you want to take lightly and hope good things fall into your lap. Making the most of our deer season is a goal every hunter strives for, even if things might happen that make us veer off...

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Deer Talk Now: Best Tips for Mineral Sites, Big Bucks and More

Minerals play a big role in the development of a white-tailed deer’s antlers as they’re growing in spring and summer, which is one of the coolest things in the animal world. That regeneration process after a deer casts its antlers following the breeding period requires a lot of nutrition and minerals. Those key things...

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Gravely Atlas Side-by-Side Has Features Land Managers Need

Polaris and Ariens Partner to Create an Intriguing New Option for Hunting Properties By Jared Blohm Most land managers rely on a variety of vehicles to oversee their hunting properties. They use a truck to haul wood, seed, lime, fertilizer, deer feed and other heavy loads. A tractor is usually needed to complete food...

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The Easiest Thing You Can Do to Help Your Food Plots

This great deer hunting tip falls into the category of “Wow, that’s really simple and I should have been doing this all along” after you hear about it. Deer hunters who plant food plots, from simple rye or clover to more elaborate mixtures and commercially bagged products, should all share one thing in common:...

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Deer Talk Now: We’re Celebrating With Your Hunting Questions!

Wooohoo! Deer Talk Now, sponsored by Federal Premium Ammo, is celebrating its 100th episode and we’re throwing the big par-tay with your fantastic questions about deer hunting! When Deer Talk Now was first conceived three years ago, the format was pretty basic: Have expert deer hunters, land managers, biologists, company representatives and others visit...