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  • Aug 18, 2017 :  How To

    2 Tips for Successful Food Plots: Mowing and Broadcasting

    Mowing your food plot and broadcasting the proper amount of seed are important steps to ensuring a successful food plot. Learn the best practices for these methods here.
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  • Aug 11, 2017 :  Conservation, How To

    3 Advantages of Fall Tree Planting

    It is now possible to plant trees with success any time of the year. Generally speaking, the traditional planting time for folks in the South is February through mid-March, and folks up North have to wait for the ground to thaw in the spring. These still remain safe and reliable tree planting times. However, with the advent of containerized, air-pruned seedlings, such as those from Nativ Nurseries, seedlings don’t have to be dormant to be planted.
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  • Aug 10, 2017 :  Press Releases, How To

    Gun Dog Training Video with Bill Gibson

    Bill Gibson has been training dogs for over 50 years. He’s the director of gun dog operations and kennel master for Mossy Oak GameKeeper Kennels. In this episode, he takes us through the four levels of how to train a dog from the basic commands to retrieving in hunting situations. His dog training methods are offered through GameKeeper Kennels.
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  • Aug 04, 2017 :  Conservation, How To

    Getting The Most Out Of Your Clover Food Plots

    Most companies will claim a lifespan of three to five years on their perennials. However, if you care for them properly a perennial stand can last for many years. Perennials like red and white clovers, alfalfa, trefoils and chicory provide dependable nutrition and attraction and are especially important for antler growth, fawn rearing and early hunting season attraction. If you decide to plant a perennial like Non-Typical Clover just follow these words of advice to get the most out of your food plot.
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  • Jul 26, 2017 :  Conservation, How To

    Food Plot Preparation: Plan Ahead for Success

    Late July and August can be a very busy month for wildlife management chores. Dove season is right around the corner as well as archery season for deer. Formulating a plan this time of year on what, when, and where you are going to plant cool season plots can save time and frustration. Waiting until the very last minute and scrambling to find seed, equipment or fertilizer can be a major headache.
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