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Pruning-Trees

How Pruning Trees Helps Your Property

by Derrek Sigler 0

For most of us, hunting whitetails isn’t just a seasonal hobby — it’s a year-round obsession. With that obsession comes… more »

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How to Properly Cull the Herd — Part I

by Dr. James C. Kroll 0

It happened one fall day back in the 1980s, just as we were starting to make progress in getting folks… more »

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Minnesota Trophy Buck Stems From Sound Management Plan

by Boyd Bradbury 0

My youngest son Malcolm and I were greeted by light snow, a 10-20 mph northeast wind and a temperature of… more »

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How to Increase Mast Production on Your Property

by Dr. James C. Kroll 0

As I watched my friend Rob Hughes plant one of our food plots recently, I knew oats and clover soon… more »

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Why You CAN Afford Hunting Ground

by Tony Peterson 0

Big life events have a way of causing me to spend money, though probably not in the way you’d guess…. more »

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DeerGro: Feed Your Food Plots

by Mike Carney 0

As land managers, we’re all looking to maximize our available time in the field for optimal productivity and results. Years… more »

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What You Need to Know About Tick-Borne Illness

by David Hart 0

To most of us, ticks are just a necessary distraction from the things we love so much. We flick them… more »

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10 Great Ways to Prepare for Deer Season in the Summer

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

The warm summer months are a lazy time for deer. Food is usually plentiful, and the rut is far from… more »

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5 Warm-Season Improvements for Fall Success

by Mark Kayser 0

Put the umbrella drink down. You’ll still need the sunscreen, but the personal watercraft will have to sit idle for… more »

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Sanctuaries: The Key to Big Bucks

by Don Higgins 0

Every good management plan should include a designated “safe haven” on the property you own or lease. Without it, mature bucks will not stay on your land.

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