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As a teenage hunter, there was one thing you just would not do -- shoot a doe!

Managing Buck-To-Doe Rations

Dr. James C. Kroll - March 17, 2011

As a teenage hunter, there was one thing you just would not do -- shoot a doe!

Odds are you're not the only hunter chasing whitetails on your property. Dealing with the predator problem can have a real impact on the health of your herd.

Protect Your Deer Herd From Predators

J. Guthrie - March 16, 2011

Odds are you're not the only hunter chasing whitetails on your property. Dealing with the...



 

In Part 1, I noted that predators have been on the increase in many areas in recent

Are There Too Many Predators? Part 2

Dr. James C. Kroll - February 23, 2011

  In Part 1, I noted that predators have been on the increase in many areas in recent



Adam Felser is a giant of a young man, having grown up in the logging business in Wisconsin. He

Are There Too Many Predators? Part 1

Dr. James C. Kroll - February 23, 2011

Adam Felser is a giant of a young man, having grown up in the logging business in Wisconsin....

In presenting a dozen or more seminars on food plots each year, I've found one big question

Top Choices For Food Plots

Gordon Whittington - December 07, 2010

In presenting a dozen or more seminars on food plots each year, I've found one big question

Rod Alexander had hunted on Arkansas' Brandywine Island for years. Then it was sold and he became its land manager. His goal was to save its old-growth timber. In doing so, he ended up shooting a legendary buck.

The 'Dang Near' Phantom

Phil Potter - September 22, 2010

Rod Alexander had hunted on Arkansas' Brandywine Island for years. Then it was sold and he...



A colleague once made an interesting assertion:

Whitetail Management And Private Landowners

Dr. James C. Kroll - September 22, 2010

A colleague once made an interesting assertion: "Two hundred or so years ago, Benjamin...

In 2005, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation implemented antler restrictions in several management units in the southern Catskills. Has this program been a success? You be the judge.

Antler Restrictions In New York

Al Higgens - September 22, 2010

In 2005, the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation implemented antler...



 

Whether you call it quality or trophy management, interest in managing deer herds for

What Is Management? Part 1

Dr. James C. Kroll - September 22, 2010

  Whether you call it quality or trophy management, interest in managing deer herds for

Are spike bucks "inferior"? Amazingly, the results of Dr. Kroll's nine-year study prove that a spike yearling has as much of a chance to grow a good set of antlers as a multi-tined yearling does. He simply has to reach maturity (age 4 1/2) to do it!

Can We Cull Bucks? Part 3

Dr. James Kroll & Ben H Koerth - September 22, 2010

Are spike bucks "inferior"? Amazingly, the results of Dr. Kroll's nine-year study...

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