The Dead of August

Wildlife Management At this point in the year, many of us are gearing up for the coming duck and deer hunting seasons. In land and wildlife management, now is the time to make important decisions regarding your habitat. Take a drive or a walk through your property taking note of the habitat available and what […]

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 […]

Rotation of Food Plots for Deer Management

Ross Fogle How often growing up did you hear “Eat your vegetables” or “You need more variety in your diet”? As I get older I am starting to think I should have listened a little more as I try to cut back on the fast food and soda. But mom also brings up a good […]