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Setting Goals for An Effective Food Plot Program
by Blaine Burley

If you want to attract more deer and grow bigger deer on your property you must develop an effective year-round food plot program.  In other words, you will need to grow and maintain a significant amount of high-quality (year-round) food plots that will greatly enhance the nutritional plane on your property.  In short, you must begin “farming for deer” not just planting a few small plots each fall to attract and harvest deer.

In order to get the most out of your property and your investment you must be…
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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…

Why Management?
by David Morris

Hi, I’m David Morris. Are you tired of seeing mostly does and only the occasional buck … and then, he’s a little fellow? Are you…



Potential Selective Harvest Criteria for Adult, Male White-tailed Deer in South Texas
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Mickey W. Hellickson, David G. Hewitt, and Fred C. Bryant

The practice of selectively harvesting inferior-antlered, middle-age and older bucks has become popular.  Criteria are…

Understanding Deer Talk
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

I was seven years old, squirrel hunting on my grandfather’s land in north-central Iowa when I heard my first white-tailed deer snort.  I had just…



My Wyoming Buck
by Jadee Kroeger

I saw this buck occasionally over the last few fall months in 2012, but could never get him on the trail cameras to get a…



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Tip #6 - Establish Mineral Stations on Your Property

You need to establish mineral stations on your property (in high-traffic areas) so bucks will get use to them and will utilize them whenever they start growing their antlers.
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