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Staying on Track: NAW ATV Buyer’s Guide

by Derrek Sigler 0

As deer hunters, we’re bombarded with new products that promise to make our lives better. Perhaps this sea of options… more »

10 Years of NAW TV: Whitetail Management

by kpfaff   |  September 1st, 2014 0
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The NAW team celebrates its 10th anniversary. Here they talk about the importance of continuing to manage whitetails properly.

Dr. Deer: Most Important Month for Antler Development

by kpfaff   |  September 1st, 2014 0
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Dr. James Kroll tells you what he considers to be the most important month for antler development in whitetail deer; and what you as a landowner can do to help your herd.

Deer Factory: Fruit Trees for Deer Nutrition

by kpfaff   |  September 1st, 2014 0
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Dr. James Kroll highlights why it’s importance to fit fruit trees into your plan when providing the right nutrition for deer on your property.

Deer Factory: Mixed-Use Hunting Property

by kpfaff   |  September 1st, 2014 0
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Dr. James Kroll explores the benefits of planting mixed-use food plots that can enhance hunting for various animals.

Deer Factory: Planning Property Access Routes

by kpfaff   |  September 1st, 2014 0
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Deer Factory: Planning Property Access Routes

Deer Factory: Minerals and Supplements for Your Deer Property

by kpfaff   |  September 1st, 2014 0
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Dr. James Kroll discusses the role of minerals and supplements while building your deer factory.

Deer Factory: Setting Young Hunters Up for Success

by kpfaff   |  September 1st, 2014 0
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Dr. James Kroll provides tips on setting your property up to help young hunters succeed.

Deer Factory: Whitetails and Waterfowl on Same Property

by kpfaff   |  September 1st, 2014 0
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Dr. James Kroll examines whether a landowner can manage waterfowl and whitetails on the same ground.

Dr. Deer: Managing Deer Habitats

by kpfaff   |  September 1st, 2014 0
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There are many factors that affect a healthy whitetail population including, disease and predators. A more subtle factor is the habitat in which they live.

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