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Laying Out Your Food Plots - Part I
by David Morris

You like the idea of more and bigger deer on your property, and you’ve become convinced that food plots can help get you there. You’re ready to commit the time and resources necessary to get into an agricultural-based food-source management program, the kind that’ll significantly enhance the nutritional plane of the property, not just attract deer to a field. In short, you’re ready to start “farming for deer” so you can get the most from your land, investment and deer hunting. Now what?


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How To Improve Your Supplemental Feeding Program - Part IV
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

How Many Feeders Are Necessary?
A recent study, by Marc Bartoskewitz and Dr. David Hewitt at Texas A&M University-Kingsville, answers this question better than…

Spikes: Part IV
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

In Part III and included in Part IV, I’m examining the results of several studies that have been completed during recent years on wild bucks…



Can a Selective Buck Harvest Affect Free-ranging Deer Antler Characteristics?
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Mickey W. Hellickson, Charles A. DeYoung, Randy W. DeYoung, Randy Fugate, Donnie Harmel, David G. Hewitt, and E. L. “Butch” Young

Selective breeding experiments…



Eastern Colorado Whitetail Rut Hunting
by David Shashy

The whitetail rut in is definitely heating up. Plenty of action was taking place in the wide open prairie country and river bottoms of this…



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Tip #18 - Always Carry a Compass

We live in a technology based society, but sometimes we find ourselves in places and situations where this technology doesn’t work, so don’t always count on your GPS or smart phone to get you out of the woods.  Always carry a compass with you, and know how to use it!


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