Lee Ticknor manages for wildlife on Rock Bottom Ranch in Oklahoma with the help of two teenage boys. The boys work hard planting food plots, fixing fences to keep cows out of the food plots, and other chores around the farm to earn their right to hunt. They spend their down time in a roping pen, roping goats. Lee is team roper and uses that, the cattle farm and a sells hunts as a monetary means to keep the farm going.
Oklahoma Part 1 | Growing Whitetails on a Working Cattle Ranch
Tracks and Tracts | Training Tracking Dogs and Timber Management
Today we’ll learn how to train a tracking dog and Bronson Strickland will show us how to thin timber to manage for specific species of wildlife. Even if you don’t own land, this could be something that helps your hunting by helping you understand how habitat impacts certain species. GameKeeper class is in session, let’s get started.