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Final step to Improving Nutrition!
by Tecomate Wildlife Systems

Lastly, food plots. Nothing has the potential to improve the nutritional plane like serious food plots. Deer view food plots as a browse mecca and will readily shift their feeding from native browse to high-quality food plots. Under serious food-plot programs that provide abundant year-round nutrition, we’ve seen food-plot forage make up as much as 70% of the deer’s diet…on good native habitat! When you substitute relatively low-quality native browse with loads of high-nutrition food-plot plants, the results on deer numbers and size can be nothing short of amazing…without damaging…
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Is Supplemental Feeding Necessary for Fawn Production? - Part II
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Does Supplemental Feeding Improve Fawn Production Or Survival?
Supplemental feeding is mandatory if you wish to maximize the number of deer on your ranch. …

TPWD Management Programs
by Cody Zabransky

Texas Parks and Wildlife Department (TPWD) has a wide range of programs to allow wildlife managers to increase the value of their property and the…



What is EHD/Blue Tongue?
by Terry Sedivec

Last fall I returned from a deer hunt in SW North Dakota where we were filming for Bucks of Tecomate. The location I was hunting…



My Alaskan Black Bear Adventure
by Mark Newell

As we boarded the plane in Jackson, Mississippi the temperature was a smoking 91 degrees on that mid-May day. My dress was a tee shirt…



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Brand-marks of Jesus
by David Morris

Galatians 6: 17: “…I bear on my body the brand-marks of Jesus.”

After midnight and we were still tracking the wounded buck. A friend had shot the big 10-pointer seven hours earlier. We thought he’d be down close. He wasn’t and we pressed on, even though the hunter had come off without his rifle.…...read on...

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Tip #11 - Let Him Grow, So He Can Grow

This QDMA philosophy says it best because, on average, antler size does not peak until a buck is 5-7 years old. 

Successful trophy whitetail hunters learned a long time ago to pass up young and middle-aged bucks to allow more bucks to reach the mature age classes where antler sizes are largest.


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