Digging Deeper

Dave Edwards – Wildlife Trends It’s been said that “good farmers understand the value of well-tilled soil…and the dangers of over-tilled ground”. Soil compaction, resulting in what is commonly called a hardpan, has been recognized as a potential limiting factor in crop production since farmers transitioned from horse-drawn plows to heavier tractors and more aggressive […]

Food Plots For Ducks

Blake Hagemeier – Fowled Reality As duck hunters, we know food is king when it comes to attracting and holding ducks. Just as deer hunters do, a lot of duck hunters plant food plots for ducks. An excellent choice when it comes to what to plant is Golden Millet. Corn, which is often the go […]

Don’t Just Scout Deer This Summer, Learn From Them

Erich Long – Drumming Log Wildlife Management I have a saying that I say a lot and it’s a saying that I make sure I tell people when either doing a seminar on Quality Deer Management or doing a consultation for a client and its “I can grow them for you, don’t ask me how […]

What You Are Inspires You

Erich Long – Drumming Log Wildlife Management How many of you have ever given advice to someone?  Better yet, how many of you have given advice to someone and that you have never followed yourself?  As a consultant, I give advice to anyone that wants to hear my rambling, all the time.  What I really […]