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DURANA WHITE CLOVER FOR A PERNMANENT FOOD PLOT

Durana White Clover For a Permanent Food Plot

Learn how to use Durana White Clover For a Permanent Food Plot Research done for establishing a long term perennial food plots recommend that Durana clover be considered as the crop to plant due to its shade tolerance, wide adaptability to weather extremes, low maintenance, high protein content (up to 28%) and long life, 7 […]

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Restoring Old Apple Tree

Restoring Old Apple Tree

Tips on restoring old Apple Trees by J. Wayne Fears Many of the better hunting properties available today were once farms. Often the area around the old farmstead is grown up, almost a jungle, and the fields and old pastures are in planted pine or CRP grass. Unless the old farm house is good enough […]

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Forget The Corn (Corn Versus Brassicas For Food Plots)

Forget The Corn – Corn Versus Brassicas For Food Plots

An article Review – Forget The Corn – Corn Versus Brassicas For Food Plots by Brian Halbleib Article Review Publication – How to – Tips I have read Bill Winke’s articles in countless magazines over the years, watched him on television and followed his blog at his own website, www.midwestwhitetail.com. Bill’s expertise on hunting big […]

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Habitat Improvement 101 for the Bowhunter

Habitat Improvement 101 for the Bowhunter

Lessons on habitat improvement 101 for the Bowhunter by Brian Halbleib The sun began to drop below the tree line, triggering an explosion of crimson, salmon and cantaloupe hues across the clear, sapphire sky. The shadows continued to grow longer across the bright green field to the west of my stand location. Cereal grains in […]

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Food Plot Poaching

Food Plot Poaching

Tips on preventing food plot poaching by J. Wayne Fears Food plots planted near public roads or near property lines invite poaching and I am hearing from a number of readers who have trespass problems. I have an e-mail from one Global Outfitters reader who has planted turnips in a food plot within sight of […]

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About Removing Stumps From Food Plots

About Removing Stumps From Food Plots by J. Wayne Fears Several readers wrote in, “Our hunting club has several new food plots that have small stumps in them. They measure from 8″ to 2″ in diameter. We do not have the equipment to remove the stumps so are looking for an inexpensive way to remove […]

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