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  • Feb 03, 2016 :  How To, Conservation

    GameKeeper Life Hacks: Make Life Easier with our Spring/Summer “To Do” List

    By this time of the year, most everyone’s hunting season is over or starting to wind down and not many guys are thinking about growing plots or feeding their deer. With some cold and nasty weather still possible for the next few weeks, it’s a great time to sit down and start planning for the upcoming growing season. There may be some things you thought of while sitting in your deer stand this fall that you would like to accomplish on the property you manage.
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  • Jan 26, 2016 :  Deer, Conservation

    More Food and Cover the Easy Way

    Winter is the perfect time to add extra browse to your property by hinge-cutting (also known as half-cutting) select trees, or simply felling trees you need to take down. Browse consists of the leaves, buds, stems and twigs of woody deciduous trees and shrubs, but they may also choose conifers such as cedar or white pine. It’s very intriguing because even if they have ample quality foods available, for some reason they still need this low-value, hard to absorb food.
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  • Jan 19, 2016 :  Conservation

    One of the most effective ways to attract more game animals

    Prescribed burns may be conducted for a number of reasons including habitat improvement, enhancing appearance and access, managing unwanted hardwood competition, and reducing the fuel load. These are typically cool season fires conducted in the December-February time frame.
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  • Jan 12, 2016 :  Conservation

    Always Fertilize Newly Planted Trees

    We get tons of phone calls and emails daily, and one of the most common questions about seedlings is “do I or don’t I fertilize my seedlings” the first year? The correct answer is: Yes, you do. Many nurseries will recommend not fertilizing the first year, and that just makes zero sense to me. What does make sense is that those nurseries don’t trust their customers with fertilizer.
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  • Dec 17, 2015 :  Conservation

    Commodity crops bringing in sluggish profits

    By focusing on those farm products that are safer bets to bring in stable, albeit lower, returns, farmers can best weather low-profit economic times. Likewise, by partnering with community organizations such as schools, hospitals and local markets, farmers can secure steady contracts
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