Oh man…can you feel it? It’s almost here! Hunting season will be here within a few weeks. Now is the time to figure out what you’ll be up against in your hunting area. The Drury’s call it “taking a buck census.” They use two important tools to find and document every buck within their hunting areas. You’ll need a reliable, quiet, infrared trail camera and a BIOROCK. With hard antlers also soon around the corner, bucks are craving the minerals found in their bone-crowns and a BioRock is the perfect source for these minerals.
Because bucks can have very small core areas this time of year and aren’t traveling long distances, it is suggested to use one camera and rock set-up for every 40 acres. Placement of the rocks is also important. Heavy soil will be better than sand, shade is better than sun, and you’ll want to make sure you have a good place for your camera within 15 to 25 feet of your BioRock. You can also “super-charge” your BioRock by adding some ROCK TOPPER to it.
The Tally Of Bone
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With the widespread availability and decreased price in glyphosate, its use as a non-selective, complete burn-down herbicide for site prep on new and established food plots is becoming commonplace. Some people may have noticed, however, that their spraying seemed less effective on weeds and overall herbicide performance was low. This can happen often when filling tanks with a rural water source, but there’s a simple fix