Planting a food plot can be a surefire way to attract deer to your property, while also providing them with the nutrients they need to grow big and strong. However, it's not as simple as just throwing out some alfalfa, corn or soybean seeds and hoping for the best, as there are a number of... The post Growing the Best Food Plot for Deer appeared first on Good Game Hunting.
A few days ago I wrote about an odd Fox News report which said that SNAP (food stamp) fraud was at an "all-time high" of $70 million. The odd part of this was not that Fox was lying about SNAP fraud being at an all-time high. What do you expect from Fox? The odd thing was that actual SNAP fraud clocks in at nearly a billion dollars. Show More Summary
YouTube link. Watched this a few nights ago. The Hundred-Foot Journey is a very pleasant and enjoyable movie. A predictable plot keeps it from reaching 4+ on my arbitrary scale, but good acting sprinkled with smatterings of food porn and an absence of the killing and explosions so common in Hollywood movies makes it a refreshing change from the usual fare.
So you’ve given into the foodie inside and are planning a culinary trip to the land of gastronomical heaven: France. But besides enjoying galettes in Brittany and sipping champagne in Champagne, how can you know where to best enjoy the wonders of French cuisine? For starters, you could use this Gastronomical Map of France. Show More Summary
During late August, when the temperatures are soaring and sweat pours from your body, it’s tough to be excited about the work required to plant food plots. It’s strenuous work that may or may not pay off. For example, if you hunt where...Show More Summary
After putting in the expense and long hours of work to plan, clear, disc and plant food plots, many hunters and habitat managers are disappointed. This post Improve Food Plot Production with A Ranew’s Stand-Alone Cultipacker appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.
Temperatures here in Missouri are averaging in the 70s during the day, and dipping into the upper 40s or 50s at night. I recently saw a good-size buck at the edge of a food plot about 30 minutes after daylight. I’m also noticing more...Show More Summary
You’ve planted food plots, checked your trail cameras and planned your strategy. Opening day of the firearms deer season is almost here, but when that buck of your dreams strolls past your stand, will you be ready? Sure, you’ve got nerves of steel. Show More Summary
The mini chain will launch a third location next year Vegan comfort food mini chain Spiral Diner has plans to take the plant-based world of Dallas-Fort Worth by storm next year with yet another expansion. NBC first-reports that the restaurant...Show More Summary
Photo by Will Brantley Bucks in Kentucky and Tennessee are getting serious about rubs and scrapes. This guy is making a scrape on the edge of a food plot. Though it’s still very much the early season for much of the region, numerous rubs and the first active scrapes are appearing farther north. Show More Summary
Photo by Will Brantley Brantley captured this image of two bucks locked up in a food plot in Mid-September. While Bestul is reporting a near mast-crop failure in the Midwest, we have a much different story in the southern deer woods....Show More Summary
There is good chance of rain soon, so it will be time to do one of my favorite activities. I like to broadcast Broadside fall food plot blend into existing soybean plots. In a couple of the smaller food plots here at The Proving Grounds...Show More Summary
The internet is an ocean of digital photos. With the ease of smartphone cameras, people snap endless numbers of pictures of their food, dogs, cats, kids, clothes, travels and everyday experiences. More than 1.8 billion digital images...Show More Summary
One critical aspect of managing habitat on deer-hunting property is putting in the right mix of food plots to complement natural cover, bedding areas and travel corridors in order to produce big deer. Food plots do just that. They not...Show More Summary
To think that you might be able to change the course of disease, or at least relieve symptoms, by eating or not eating specific types of food is enticing. However, “the proof is in the pudding,” scientifically speaking, since studying diet is challenging. Show More Summary
This summer I seeded my plot in our local community garden with an abundance of food plants for Black Swallowtail butterflies, but my plans for raising a bunch of them were foiled by some freakish weather. I thought this year would be...Show More Summary
Planting a food plot is a great way to encourage deer to graze on your property and thus increase your chances of a successful harvest. It also provides them with a highly beneficial source of nutrition to keep the local population big and healthy. Show More Summary
Photo by Stephen Maturen Don't neglect your machine's cooling system when riding in hot weather. Many things can happen to your machine during the summer working schedule while preparing food plots or exploring potential hunt locations. Show More Summary
Photo by Stephen Maturen Here's how to keep your machine cool when the weather is hot. Many things can happen to your machine during the summer working schedule while preparing food plots or exploring potential hunt locations. One thing that gets very little attention is the cooling system of your machine. Show More Summary
Photo by Whitetail Institute Wheat, rye, oats, and triticale shoot up green and stay green till frozen into dormancy. This summer has been the summer of drought in much of whitetail country. The part of upstate NY that I hail from has been hit hard real. Show More Summary