Photo by Jonathan Bartlett Now’s the time to make the habitat healthier. Dreams and reality are two words used often in habitat management. Your dream was a lush field where you’d see 20 deer a night and get a shot at a good buck. Your...Show More Summary
Facebook Accused Of Supporting Terrorists In Lawsuits Lawyers filed a $1 billion lawsuit against Facebook Inc., alleging it allowed the Palestinian militant Hamas group to use the platform to plot attacks that killed four Americans and wounded one in Israel, the West Bank and Jerusalem. Show More Summary
Food Plots: A DIY Irrigation System by OutdoorLife I've never claimed to be the world's greatest deer hunter. In fact, I think I've made it plenty clear that I have to work hard to find success – and that's just the way I like it. To...Show More Summary
Food plots can sometimes look mangy or uneven. This might happen for a number of reasons such as bad seed, defective seeding The post Firminator: The Best Cultipacker Makes for the Best Food Plots appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
Photo by Courtesy of Dana Sanders Dana Sanders was working on his food plot when he was bitten by a timber rattlesnake. On a September afternoon, Dana Sanders, 49, was bitten by a timber rattlesnake while working on his food plot in Mississippi. Deer season was opening soon, so my dad and I were out trimming shooting lanes around a food plot. Show More Summary
After surveying nutritionists and Americans, the NY Times has plotted the results, showing some surprising disagreements. Is Sushi ‘Healthy’? What About Granola? Where Americans and Nutritionists Disagree charts the differences in opinion,...Show More Summary
Photo by Tony Hansen Dry summer weather is a problem for deer hunters, and it's about more than just food plots. “Knee-high by the Fourth of July.” That's the oft-repeated line I've heard around my small farming community for as long as I can remember. Show More Summary
In episode #6 of the new 100% Wild Podcast (formerly known as Whitetail Q&A), we’re joined by Dr. Grant Woods of Growing Deer TV to answer a listener submitted question about preparing new food plots and how you might be able to...
Photo by Will Brantley Brantley planted this clover plot in the early spring, but by May, it was full of volunteer ryegrass. He sprayed it a few weeks ago with Arrest Max, a grass-selective herbicide from Whitetail Institute. The grass...Show More Summary
WEST POINT, MS – This time of year means that parts of the whitetails’ range are or could soon be under a The post 6 Tips for Drought Proofing Food Plots appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
Often when we think about our wedding, we view it as if it's going to be a plot line inside a classic Disney fairy tale. There will be endless doves flying high in the sky and more delicious food surrounding us than our bellies can digest. Show More Summary
/ Is Clover the Ultimate Food Plot Crop? by OutdoorLife At the risk of sounding redundant, I want to talk clover a bit more this week. That’s probably because it’s time to get serious about the clover plots on Noah’s farm. It’s been an unusually cold, wet spring here in southern Michigan. Show More Summary
By Mark Kenyon In this week’s #WiredToHuntWeekly video I’m working on planting a “food plot screen” that will keep one of my food plots secluded from view of the road and hopefully will encourage more daylight deer activity. Check out...
Improving the habitat of your land lends itself to improving the number and quality of your deer in hunting season. Successfully doing The post The Firminator Makes Planting Small Food Plots Easy appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
– Amazing food plot coverage will be provided courtesy of SPYPOINT cameras this fall on SportingDog Adventures! SPYPOINT has signed on to The post SportingDog Adventures and SPYPOINT Partner Up for Season 6 appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
By the time you read this blog, you may have already planted your food plots for the 2016 season. Hopefully they are off to a good start and headed for a productive fall. If they are like most plots, however they will experience one or more bumps in the road. Show More Summary
By Mark Kenyon Yesterday I visited our Northern Michigan hunting property to do a little work on our first food plot project up there and I came away from the day realizing one thing. There’s not much time! For most...
Preparing for a deer hunt usually entails short-term solutions to last minute problems. Scouting, putting up stands, cutting shooting lanes, and packing The post Fruit and Nut Trees: Economical Long-Term Food Plots appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
Ever wondered how the food you eat has changed over time? This visualization plots the changing eating habits of the US between 1970 and 2013, allowing you to marvel at what you now put into your mouth that you didn’t a decade or two ago. Read more...
Teachers are holding events at McDonald's to raise money for good causes—but is there something more sinister going on? On April 27, teachers from the Reed-Custer schools in Braidwood, Illinois, gathered at their local McDonald’s for the evening shift. Show More Summary