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Identifying Your Food Plot Acreage Needs
by David Morris

I’m often asked by people who want to start a food plot program, “How many acres of food plots do I need and how many plots?” Of course, the answers will depend on your particular situation, but some general guidelines developed from years of research will help you begin figuring out what’s best for you.

Let’s start with the total food plot acreage you need. If just attracting deer is your main goal, planting 2 to 3 percent of your property in food plots will get the job done.…
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Spikes: Have Recent Penned Studies Ended the Debate? - Part II
by Dr. Mickey W. Hellickson

In Part I, I defined what a spike buck was and explained the ongoing debate of whether or not to shoot spikes. In Part…

Importance of Nutrition in Summer
by Tecomate Wildlife Systems

While the temperature climbs and climbs through the summer and many of our minds are fixated on spending time in the water keeping cool, we…



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…



Development of Precision in Hunting
by Cody Zabransky

As I was sitting in the blind the other day thinking about the topic for this article I heard that all to familiar sound, the…



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What Is Palatability?

Palatability is a word that describes how much deer like something. In food plots, you want plants with high palatable. After all, the whole idea is to attract deer to the plots and get them to eat whatever is in them. But, high palatability is a mixed blessing. The more palatable a plant is, the harder to establish; the less palatable a plant is, the easier to grow. This is why weeds do so well – the deer aren’t eating…
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