Plan and Plant Like You Mean It

Steve Tillman – Wildlife Trends Imagine the following scenario. It’s a weekend day early last fall. The smell of damp leaves hangs in the cool morning air as you step from the truck to make your way to the field. Thoughts of a previous work week full of demands and deadlines retreat with each quiet stride […]

The Trials and Tribulations of Small Acreage Deer Management

Chuck Sykes – The Management Advantage Consulting When I first started my consulting business over 15 years ago, my average client owned 3000 acres.  Management options were limitless.  The only constraints were time and the owner’s wallet.  Today, on the other hand, my average client is the owner of 300 acres or less.  We have performed […]

Wildlife Management in Pine Plantations

Chuck Sykes – The Management Advantage Consulting With our consulting business, I have had to deal with many cases of wildlife management misperceptions over the years.    They come in a wide variety of subjects from food plot seed, harvest recommendations, to lake management.  Even though the subject matter may be different, the ideas behind […]