Video: Stop Mowing Perennial Food Plots

Recent studies show that mowing perennial food plots actually reduces the total amount of high-quality forage for whitetails.

Video: Stop Mowing Perennial Food Plots

Ever since food plots became popular, whitetail hunters have believed that mowing perennial food plots such as clover and chicory improved the quality of the forage available for deer. Not true! 

In the YouTube video below, Kip Adams, the chief conservation officer with the National Deer Association, explains what new research has revealed to deer hunters about the effects of mowing perennial food plots. The good news? You can save time — and money — by leaving the compact tractor and mower in the pole barn. Stop mowing!

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