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  • Aug 09, 2016 :  Conservation

    We’re Giving Away Magazines, Who Wants One?

    Being a GameKeeper is a lifestyle we all enjoy, and a way of living we want to pass on to the next generation. Managing the land and its resources through farming for wildlife is our primary focus. We pride ourselves on providing outdoorsman with the information and products needed to make the most out of their land management efforts. Our magazine has come a long way in the last 10 years, and we want to celebrate by offering you a completely FREE issue of GameKeepers: Farming for Wildlife Magazine.
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  • Aug 03, 2016 :  Conservation

    When Should You Plant Your Food Plot?

    GameKeepers from north to south are gearing up for the upcoming hunting season, it is important to remember that there can be significant differences in the timing as it relates to planting for where you might live compared to other gamekeepers. For example the guy or gal who lives in northern Minnesota will have a 45-60 day difference in the time of year when they would plant their food plots for the hunting season compared to someone planting in southern Mississippi.
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  • Jul 07, 2016 :  Conservation

    Fish Habitat You Can Count On

    Some fish species relate to bait more than structure. But even when that’s the case, the bait they’re after usually relates to structure of some kind. So giving your fish something to relate to in the form of structure is a huge step forward to producing and holding more fish. Some try to sink trees, others try to build structures and “cribs, but why do all that work when it can be as easy as a Mossback Fish Habitat.
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  • Jun 28, 2016 :  Conservation, How To

    5 Fixes for Over-browsed Food Plots

    Let’s face it, if you have a problem with your food plots being browsed-down by the time hunting season begins, the problem is likely that you have too few food plot acres for your deer density – simply put, you have too many mouths to feed and not a big enough “kitchen.” Here are some tricks to help you save some of that attractive forage for when you decide to “ring the dinner bell.” However, the cure for the problem is aggressive doe harvest and/or increasing your food plot acreage so you overwhelm your herd with abundant forage.
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  • Jun 22, 2016 :  Conservation, How To

    Get your newly planted seedlings through the heat

    Planting seedlings and raising them to become trees can be a very rewarding experience. Seasoned tree planters will tell you getting them through the heat and drought of their first summer is the biggest obstacle. Following are some tips for first summer success.
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