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Firminator’s ATV Model Is The Best All-In-One Food Plot Planting Implement

Not only can your ATV drag your big whitetail trophy out of the field, now it can help put a big buck The post Firminator’s ATV Model Is The Best All-In-One Food Plot Planting Implement appeared first on Hunting and Conservation New...

A Tribe Called Quest's Jarobi White Is Cooking Tacos Tonight In Bed-Stuy

"Hip-hop is just such a unifying thing. Food is, too." Jarobi White smiled as he leaned back on his home stoop last weekend, plotting out his menu for tonight's Tribe Taco Tuesday. Part restaurant pop-up, part DJ night, the semi-regular...Show More Summary

More Than a Food Fight

If you were plotting a fissure point for liberals in the 2016 election, you might look to the divide between Hillary Clinton supporters and everyone to their left. But so far, that’s been a quiet divide. Clinton has refrained from attacks on her liberal critics, and the left-wing candidate in the race—Vermont Sen. Show More Summary

How 3 Top Outfitters Grow Killer Food Plots

Illustration by Steve Sandford If an outfitter’s food plots don’t produce, it can mean tough hunting for clients and lost business. We surveyed a panel of these pros to learn their best plot secrets. The two major takeaways? Food-plot advice isn’t one-size-fits-all. Show More Summary

Have Plot, Will Travel: Take your food plot to the remote locations big bucks hang out with Evolved Harvest™ Throw & Gro™ No-Till Blends

Your heart starts to pound and you can’t help smiling as you think, Take it easy. You’re acting like it’s your first The post Have Plot, Will Travel: Take your food plot to the remote locations big bucks hang out with Evolved Harvest™ Throw & Gro™ No-Till Blends appeared first on Hunting and Conservation News.

Food availability and marketing in Cuba: a quick look

When I was in Cuba in 1992, the only food available to tourists was at the hotels: no restaurants, no street carts, no corner groceries, no family garden plots, no urban agriculture (for FAO information on Cuban food security, see this link). On this Food First sovereignty trip, the big surprise was that restaurants were […]

This Week In SF Food: Little Gem Coming To Hayes Valley, Omakase Arrives In SoMa

A Thomas Keller Group alum plots a fast-casual joint, a "fully automated" automat type thing comes to Rincon Center, and Savanna Jazz calls it quits. [ more › ]

Save Time, Grow Great Food Plots with The Firminator by Ranew’s

Let’s face it: While it’s fun to plant food plots with visions of big healthy deer for the fall hunting season, getting a good variety of seeds in the ground can be quite the challenge without the right equipment. The Firminator is a...Show More Summary

Retro Review: State of Flux

last monthGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

When Voyager’s crew discovers a Kazon ship destroyed by Federation technology, Seska is suspected of conspiring with the aliens. Plot Summary: While on an away mission to replenish food stores, a Kazon raiding party surprises the crew. Chakotay must rescue Seska, who had wandered off to collect mushrooms in nearby caves. On the ship, Seska […]

5 Foods That Make You Dumber

It sounds like the plot of a cable TV movie: scientists tamper with the nation’s food supply, and unleash a chemical that makes everyone dumber. Except it’s not fiction, it’s fact.

Pre-Season Whitetails: How to Keep Deer Out of Your Food Plots (for Now)

Photo via Messina Wildlife If you hunt whitetails with a gun anywhere in the South, chances are you hunt over a food plot at least part of the season. Hunters go to the trouble and expense of planting food plots for a variety of reasons:...Show More Summary

'Jurassic World's' Indominus rex DNA explainer: Part T-rex, tree frog and plot twist

Warning: This post contains spoilers if you have not yet seen "Jurassic World."There's a new predator at the top of the food chain on Isla Nubar, and she's a man-made terror. The main cause of havoc in "Jurassic World" is the genetically...Show More Summary

Plant Small Seeds With Confidence Using The Firminator

2 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

The Firminator is by far the most versatile device for planting food plots ever created for landowners and hunters. A significant advantage of the Firminator is technology and features that allow for small food plot seeds to be planted effectively. Show More Summary


2 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Hunting Life

When it comes to food plots, Lee and Tiffany Lakosky of outdoor TV’s “Crush with Lee and Tiffany” demand the best. That’s why they turn to Evolved Harvest for food plot seed and blends for their hunting land. One of the Lakoskys top choices is Evolved Harvest Canola Crush. Show More Summary

Whitetail Deer: Troubleshooting 4 Common Food-Plot Problems

2 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Big Buck Zone

The best time to see a Boone & Crockett-class buck in a food plot during daylight hours is just after it has shed its velvet and about two months before the nearest hunting season. Even then, you'd better be well hidden. I’ve sat in a shooting house many times and pondered what it takes to develop the perfect food plot. Show More Summary

And Now, Our Readers' Worst Food Mishaps

2 months agoSports : Deadspin

Last week, we asked you to tell us your worst food foibles. We heard a lot of instances of people eating sour cream when they were expecting whipped cream, salt in lieu of sugar, and of course, brie instead of pie. Traumatic plot twist! What follows are far and away the worst stories of food-based mistakes: Read more...

Friday Morning Mashup 5/22/15

2 months agoHobbies / Hunting : Wired To Hunt

By Mark Kenyon Food plots are sprayed. Turkey tags are filled. Trail cameras are hung. Venison is ready for the grill this Memorial Day weekend and now I’m just waiting for those velvet racks to get to growing. As I...

A Vegetable Garden? Food for the Soul

[hand-colored photo by Victoria Blewer] Why garden? Note the verb. In your mind's eye, conjure a backyard vegetable plot. Imagine activity and effort. Visualize stooping. Lifting. Tilling. Seeding. Planting. Watering. Weeding. Thinning. Show More Summary

Floating Island: Self-Sufficient Home Produces Food & Power

Powered by solar panels and sustained by a half-acre plot of farmland, these 12 connected buoyant platforms together form an autonomous off-the-grid dwelling...

Whitetail Project: Make a Big-Buck Bedding Area

 Get Comfy It doesn't take much effort to produce prime big-buck bedding areas. Photo by Charles Alsheimer This month, most deer fanatics have food plots on the brain. But planning where fall bucks will eat is only one piece of the puzzle. Show More Summary

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