Keeping deer on your property isn't difficult if you provide some tasty supplemental food in secure locations that keeps them happy and wanting more.
Soybeans and the nutritious protein they provide are fantastic food plot plants for white-tailed deer and other wildlife.
Science, politics, management and CWD are among the hottest issues in deer hunting today, with state officials and biologists at the forefront of these.
When the late-season weather gets brutal, nothing is more appealing to hungry whitetails than a patch of standing soybeans. Nothing.
Autumn food plots, including mast tree such as chestnuts, are great ways to provide extra food to deer and wildlife through winter when sources get scarce.
Whitetail deer management can be challenging. Can you produce heavy-racked bucks without knowing precisely how many deer are on your land?
Believe it or not, many old truisms, proverbs and old-time sayings teach valuable lessons when farming for wildlife such as whitetail deer.
Evidence indicates that summer food stress can contribute to unusually high white-tailed deer newborn fawn mortality often mistakenly credited to predation.
Expressing your opinions to state wildlife officials can give them valuable insight to what's going on in the public and help drive management decisions.