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Aging White-Tailed Deer on the Hoof - Part II
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

Last week we discussed the scientific approach of aging of deer on the hoof. This week we focus on characteristics that will help you age deer in the field. 

The Best Characteristics For Aging Deer On The Hoof Are…
Results of statistical tests indicated that the single best antler characteristic to use for aging bucks on the hoof was gross B&C score.  Overall antler size is the best method for aging live bucks, contrary to what I was mistakenly told when I first moved to Texas.  Accurate field…
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Chestnut Bounty: Does It Make Deer Wallow?
by Matt Haecker

As you may know, venturing out into the field can bring unexpected surprises. Recently on a trip to Alabama, I was reminded of this very…

Product Spotlight – April 17, 2015
by Tecomate Wildlife Systems

Tecomate Strut Zone is the only perennial food plot mix on the market that is specifically formulated for wild turkeys. This mix is loaded with…



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…



Sentinel Limpopo Safari Chronicle, Zimbabwe Africa August/September 2011 Day 7 and Day 8
by David Shashy

Day 7- September 6th, 2011
Elephant pictures, skinning, butchering and general adrenaline hangover were on tap for me today. My group did little else.…



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Keys to Planting & Growing Quality Food Plots

Food plots are like many other things in life – you get out of them what you put into them. True, you can haphazardly scratch out a food plot and attract a few deer, but for really good plots, the kind that both attracts deer and provides nutrition, you’ve got to do it right. To help with that, we offer “8 Keys To Quality Food Plots.”


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