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  • Tree Planting For Wildlife: 3 Things You Need To Know

    Tree Planting For Wildlife: 3 Things You Need To Know

    from Mossy Oak GameKeepers™ Field Notes Tree planting time has been here for everyone in the South, and will be cranking up soon further North. Raising trees is addictive like other gamekeeping activities, but it often seems folks who have never tried it (or tried …

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  • Chestnut Power

    Chestnut Power

    from Mossy Oak GameKeepers™ Field Notes Now that everyone’s deer seasons are over, attention turns towards the bucks that made it through. “Food plots that still have forage available can be good locations to get pictures but most are gone by February. Another great way …

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  • The Quest for Fruit

    The Quest for Fruit

    from Mossy Oak GameKeepers™ Field Notes Fruit trees need continuous care if they’re going to remain productive. So many people have fruit trees on their property that have grown out of control. “These people usually don’t understand the amazing tonnage a few fruit trees can …

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  • 3 Ways to Give this Year’s Fawns a Head Start

    3 Ways to Give this Year’s Fawns a Head Start

    from Mossy Oak GameKeepers™ Field Notes“A good beginning to a fawn’s life is important. Most don’t realize that if you had two buck fawns born with equal genetic traits, but one buck fawn starts life in good standing with ample nutrition and low stress, and …

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  • Dudley Phelps of Nativ Nurseries talks about Turkey Trees

    Dudley Phelps of Nativ Nurseries talks about Turkey Trees

    Late every winter while the rut is winding to a halt, and the freezer is bulging at the seams, thoughts and daydreams transition from “what can I do for my deer” to “what can I do for the birds.” I think it’s pretty safe to say many of you guy’s thought processes follow the same calendar. …

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  • Solving the Snags – David Hawley of Mossy Oak Properties offers great advice on reeling in those leary Gobblers!

    Solving the Snags – David Hawley of Mossy Oak Properties offers great advice on reeling in those leary Gobblers!

    Picture this: It is the opening morning of the spring turkey season in your home state, and you have a hot gobbler headed your way. It appears he is on a collision course for the afterlife, when he stops dead in his tracks one hundred yards away and proceeds to taunt you with a barrage of gobbling. …

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  • Mossy Oak Biologic staff offers best advice on how to get ready for Turkey Season

    Mossy Oak Biologic staff offers best advice on how to get ready for Turkey Season

    Now that everyone’s deer seasons are over with, we all start to daydream about chasing those magical longbeards around the spring woods. This is also a great time to start making some plans for the upcoming planting season and plant some food for your turkeys that will be around during the next fall and winter. …

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  • Want to be more successful in the field? Learn to indentify Native Food Sources.

    Want to be more successful in the field? Learn to indentify Native Food Sources.

    By Dudley Phelps Mossy Oak Nativ Nurseries Research and Development … …

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  • Trail Cameras – They’re not just for hunters

    Trail Cameras – They’re not just for hunters

    Learn to use Trail Cameras as a way to showcase the wildlife on your property. For more information on how Dave Edwards and Tall Tines Wildlife and Hunting Consultants can help you manage and inventory your wildlife, email him at wahooeater@gmail.com … …

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  • Getting Ready for Fall

    Getting Ready for Fall

    The fall season always seems to take forever to arrive; we anticipate it so much through the hot months that it seems as though fall food plotting and archery season will never come. When it finally does come time to start preparing fields, hanging stands, and fixing up deer camp, we all feel rushed and running behind to get everything accomplished before opening day. …

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