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Articles by David Hart

Knowing your dirt is crucial for food plot success

Soil testing is vital to knowing what you need to add to your food plot for maximum results.
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Keep using your trail cameras during the off season

Don’t put your trail cameras in storage just because deer season is months away. There are many ways to use them all summer long.
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Supplemental feeding for deer

If food plots aren’t your thing or you want to add another level to your deer management efforts, try supplemental feeding.
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Is supplemental feeding bad for deer?

It might seem as though deer need help making it through the winter, but providing them with extra food isn’t always a smart answer.
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How to conduct a controlled burn and not burn the woods down

Controlled burns can be excellent management tools, but only if they’re conducted properly.
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Spring food plots: Get started now!

It’s April, and while you might prefer to be chasing turkeys, now is the time to get your food plots started for next fall.
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Should you hire a consultant to manage your land?

Not getting the results you were hoping for from your land management plan? It might be time to call in a professional.
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Fertilizer tips for deer-hunting food plots

Yes, there is a way to interpret those numbers on the bags of fertilizer. Getting the right formula is key to maximizing your food plot growth.
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Should You Shoot Does With Fawns?

Here’s what you need to know about fawn survival rates in order to help you navigate the ethical debate of shooting a doe that’s still got a fawn.
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Hunting or Nutrition: Not All Plants Are Created Equal—Part 2

The pros and cons of clover, alfalfa, corn, wheat, oats, brassicas and more.
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