It's no secret: age, nutrition and genetics always are the critical factors that can determine how big a whitetail buck's antlers will grow.
It’s really like comparing apples and oranges. Planting food plots is not the same as distributing a food source such as corn from a generated, motor-driven feed dispenser.
It's a question hunters and land managers face and often discuss when talking about quality deer management: What is the true effect of baiting deer?
To reap the rewards a hunting food plot can provide, it’s important to consider the elements that make these plots work in all seasons.
Managing property to improve the quality of deer on it can be hard on the pocket book, but it doesn’t necessarily have to be that way.
Soybeans and the nutritious protein they provide are fantastic food plot plants for white-tailed deer and other wildlife.
Right behind God, family, country and killer guitar adventure, Ted Nugent says ambushing deer with his bow and arrow has always been his thrill of thrills.
Food plots require planning and labor but return significant benefits in overall wildlife health, attraction and retention on your hunting property.
The worst winter in more than a century, still lingering well into spring, has affected white-tailed deer and wildlife to the point that a hotly-debated supplemental feeding program was attempted to provide the animals some relief. The question is, will about $200,000 spent on the supplemental food distributed by volunteers help...