Validation

Deer Management Wildlife managers come in all types. Walter Gilbert is no different. He is a loyal TMA viewer and has put what he has learned through our episodes into practice on his farm in South Carolina. Gilbert is the type that didn’t need told what to do, he just needed someone to confirm his […]

New Blood

Land Management Land and wildlife management has been around since the beginning of time. It has been passed down from generation to generation and regardless of the fast paced life that we all live today, this exchange of knowledge still takes place. This week we introduce you to the newest members of the TMA family, […]

Bits and Pieces Part 2

Deer Management in Pines This week we are still in Alabama discussing deer management in pines. This stand of pines is in its first thinning and is 15 years old. Every fifth row of trees gets cut leaving linear openings that are perfect for planting food plots. These plots are oriented in a way to […]

Bits and Pieces

Pine Management and Deer Hunting Pine trees dominate the landscape in the south and pine management is a way of life. People rely heavily on them for income just as farmers do on corn and soybeans in the Midwest. Like it or not, pine plantations are here to stay and as wildlife managers we have […]

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 […]