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  • Sep 29, 2017 :  Conservation

    4 Reasons To Start Planting Trees

    Tree planting has played an important role in improving wildlife habitat for ages. As GameKeepers, we know how effective “tree plots” and reforestation can be for attracting wildlife to a property, but let’s take a look at some of the other great reasons to go out and plant some trees!
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  • Sep 27, 2017 :  Conservation, Deer

    Facts on Epizootic Hemorrhagic Disease in Deer

    What can an outbreak of EHD (epizootic hemorrhagic disease) do to the whitetail population in Ohio if a wide scale infection occurs? Are we on the verge of a widespread deer kill or will Mother Nature control the spread through weather and killing frost? What can hunters do? How is this viral infection caused? Read More
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  • Sep 27, 2017 :  Deer, Conservation, How To

    Can Mule Deer Be Managed Effectively?

    mule deer at watering trough

    A growing number of mule deer hunters are catching on to the fact that they can dramatically improve the quality of their herd and hunting opportunities by employing the same tried and true management methods of the QDMA. Just like whitetails, mule deer need food, water, cover and a spot where they are left alone. In recent years, I’ve been paying close attention to a ranch in Wyoming and how they have progressed. What they have learned over time about mule deer management only reinforces the spot-on philosophies of the QDMA.
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  • Aug 24, 2017 :  Conservation

    Understanding The American Persimmon

    Many of us know how attractive the American Persimmon can be to wildlife, especially whitetail deer. But how many of us have spent numerous hours in the field scouting for these fruit-bearing trees only to find a large persimmon tree with no fruit on it at all? It’s important to do some scouting during the right time of year to figure out which trees are male and which are female.
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  • Aug 21, 2017 :  Conservation

    Mossy Oak Short Film: “70 - Mr. Fox Haas’ 70th Turkey Season”

    Mossy Oak Capture Digital Productions has produced a short film in honor of and dedicated to Mr. Carl Fox Haas, the founding father of Haas Outdoors and the Mossy Oak brand and an even greater legend in the outdoors industry. “70 - Mr. Fox Haas’ 70th Turkey Season” follows along with Mr. Carl Fox on his 70th season as a turkey hunter.
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