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  • Jun 23, 2017 :  Deer, Hunting

    Preparing New Property for Big Bucks

    More hunters are realizing that you can produce high-quality bucks on small acreages like this new 120 acres I’ve just purchased. Another advantage to this property is that it’s very thick and overgrown without a very good tillage value. So this property is something that most people looking for land won’t buy. However, this past spring, we took three gobblers off the new land.
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  • Jun 22, 2017 :  Hunting, Deer

    Preparation for Bowhunting Deer

    At the end of turkey season this year, we started planting every field we have with soybeans and corn in preparation for deer season. We probably have 50 acres of corn and between 100-120 acres of soybeans planted. In March, we planted our BioLogic Clover Plus to make sure that we had plenty of food for both deer and turkeys. We already had some established clover fields, so we top-seeded them for frost seeding. We have BioLogic clover planted everywhere we possibly can.
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  • Jun 20, 2017 :  Deer

    Top 3 Plants for Attracting Whitetails

    Many of the most attractive plantings for whitetails end up also being some of the most nutritious too. Timing and placement dictate when and how they will be used from north to south. While there are dozens of crops that can be attractive to whitetails, here are the top three plant types that will attract whitetails at different times throughout the season.
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  • May 24, 2017 :  Deer, Conservation

    GameKeeper’s Early Season Advantage

    Have you ever had a good buck patterned all summer long, and just needed a killer food plot to hunt over during the early archery season? We’ve all been there, and sometimes our early season food plots are still waiting on some rain to get up and going to have something to hunt over.
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  • May 10, 2017 :  How To, Deer

    GameKeeper Quick Tip: Leftover Scent & Lures

    If you have lures and scent left over from whitetail hunting season that haven’t been opened, they can often be stored until next year. Keep them in a cool, dark place and sometimes they can last several years.
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