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Practices for Herd Censusing
by David Morris

How do you go about censusing a herd? Game cameras strategically placed in high-use areas (best when used with feed or bait) during the fall (preferably before the shooting starts) are invaluable censusing tools. Consistency of time and place brings best results.


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Improving Nutrition
by David Morris

You’ve heard the saying, “You are what you eat.” Is that ever true in deer management! Poor food, poor deer – good food, good deer.…

SPIKES:  DOES THE LATEST RESEARCH ON WILD DEER FINALLY ENDS THE DEBATE? - PART III
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

In Part I and II of this series, I defined what a spike buck was and explained the background of the debate.  I also…



Return To Natural
by David Morris

Recently, a frustrated hunter called to bemoan his lack of success, and in the course of his moanings, he said to me, “If you had…



A DEER DOG NAMED ARTY
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Losing your hunting dog is never easy.  However, when your “best friend” dies unexpectedly in the line of duty, it is an especially tough “pill…



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RESCUED FROM THE DARKNESS
by David Morris

Colossians 1:13-14: “For He rescued us from the domain of darkness, and transferred us to the kingdom of His beloved Son, in whom we have redemption, the forgiveness of sins.”

I was lost…alone in near darkness …in uncharted Africa! The river I was following had turned south…again, leaving me with…...read on...

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Protecting Your Investments Of Food Plots

Customarily food plots were only planted in the fall and winter months for attracting and holding deer in an area. It is now becoming a popular practice throughout the United States to plant summer food plots for deer.

The size of these plots range from pipelines to literally hundreds of acres.

Warm season food plots are planted for the most part with high protein legumes such as lablab, cowpeas, clovers and numerous other varieties.


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