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
Photograph by John Hafner I’m not an expert in much of anything. I’m a fairly simple guy in a lot of ways, but I also like to learn and become proficient at anything that I do – including food plots. And, w hat I’ve learned over the years is that planting a food plot simply isn’t all that hard. Show More Summary
Today on the show we are joined by Dr. Craig Harper, one of the nation’s foremost experts on deer habitat management, and we’re talking food plots, timber stand improvement, old fields, and much much more. (If you’d like to skip...
Hunters who manage their own hunting land know that food plots can play several important roles in habitat improvement and the quality The post The Firminator Is Custom Made To Meet Your Food Plot Needs appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
Anyone who has hunting land that includes old homestead fruit trees or an abandoned orchard knows that those trees are magnets to The post Getting The Most Out Of Your Chestnut Hill Food Plot Trees appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.
By Mark Kenyon “What should I plant in my food plot?” I hear this question dozens of times every spring from friends, readers and listeners – all looking for the secret food plot product that will make their whitetail dreams come...
All is calm at Zingerman's, in Ann Arbor, Michigan, until the doors open. Photo: Micheline Maynard Some people plan journeys to baseball parks. Others trek to national parks. With summer coming up, food lovers are plotting their own road trips. Often, the folks who've read my new FORBES eBook, Hometown Holdouts: Business [...]
Photograph by John Hafner As hunters, we tend to get stuck far too often. No, this isn’t a Ford v. Chevy v. Dodge debate. While I’m sure that topic would flood the comments sections and up the engagement level, the stuck I’m talking...Show More Summary
Workers employed in low-wage industries plan on taking to the streets on Thursday to continue their call for a $15 minimum hourly wage and union rights. But this time around, workers in fast food, day care and airports will be joined by a new group of agitators: hospital workers. Show More Summary