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  • May 17, 2017 :  How To, Conservation

    7 Tips to Keep Weeds Under Control

    One of the most common problems in food plots, especially perennials, is weed competition. Weeds rob your plot of essential nutrients, water, and root space. Given time and opportunity, weeds will quickly mature, produce seed, and overtake a well intended food plot. The use of herbicides is one of the greatest tools a wildlife manager can utilize to keep weeds under control and get the most out of your plantings. Here are a few tips to get the most from your efforts.
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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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  • Apr 26, 2017 :  Conservation, How To

    Establishing Spring Food Plots

    With spring in full swing and the woods coming to life after a long winter hiatus, the opportunities for improving habitat for wildlife are numerous. If you live in the South, the soil temperature is ripe for planting, and the Midwest and North are not far behind. If you have had problems in the past establishing spring and summer plots for your deer because of over browsing and high deer numbers, trying to time your planting to coincide with spring green up can be a big advantage.
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  • Apr 19, 2017 :  How To, Turkey

    6 Steps to Cleaning a Wild Turkey

    If you are lucky enough to harvest a wild turkey, the next step is to prepare it for the dinner table. Your options for cleaning a turkey are skinning or plucking with several variations in between. One of the most common and easiest ways is to skin the turkey and remove the meat in a way that it can easily be cooked to perfection. Before you get started you will need a good sharp knife like the 6-inch Bubba Blade Turkinator, a clean flat surface, gallon-size freezer bags and a garbage bag to discard the remains when you are done. Below are six steps that can get that juicy turkey on the table in no time.
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  • Mar 29, 2017 :  How To, Conservation, Deer

    Managing Whitetails with Minerals

    A very simple but favorite management chore of mine in the spring is establishing new mineral sites. The anticipation of what might show up that year as the antlers begin to develop is always super high. I have even found myself in the past few years putting out mineral rocks and supplements in urban landscapes and backyard woodlots just to see what deer frequent the area even though I have no intention of hunting there.
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