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The Management Minute by Andrew Walters

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INVESTING IN AND MANAGING PINE PLANTATIONS

If you live in the Deep South, chances are that pine trees are as much a part of your view as grass or blue skies. The Deep South has been called the “wood basket,” because of its established and integral timber industry. This timber industry creates hundreds of...

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MAXIMIZE YOUR PROPERTY’S MARKETABILITY

Inevitably the first phone call or in-person visit between a landowner and real estate agent involves a discussion on “what’s my property worth?” While we can’t legally give a direct value to a property, as that’s an appraiser’s job, it is our job to know the market...

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A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO PURCHASING LAND

Buying a large tract of land might seem like a daunting task. However, for those who remain thorough throughout the process, and enlist the help of an experienced land specialist, it can be the most rewarding experience of their lives. Finding a property Those...

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LANDOWNERS CAN PURCHASE SMALLER TRACTS FOR HUNTING

As a Mossy Oak Properties realtor, I not only sell land, but I also work with landowners to help them find people who want to lease land where they can hunt. We know that we can help our customers find small properties that they can lease, to manipulate the habitat,...

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TOP 4 TO-DO’S FOR JANUARY

1. Talk to your neighbors Now is a great time to talk to your neighbors about QUALITY DEER MANAGEMENT. People for different reasons and you can't begrudge that just wants to put meat in their freezer. Still, most hunters would rather take a mature buck over a young...

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8 GREAT DUCK CALLING TIPS

Never "over-call." When ducks are committed to your spread, hush, calling can then only hurt your chances. In many public areas too many hunters call too much. In such a case, not calling at all may best lure ducks within range. Be mindful of call volume. Loud,...

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SPECIES PROFILE: MALLARDS

MIGRATION North America is divided into four major flyways for waterfowl migration. Mallards can be found on the Pacific, Central, Mississippi and Atlantic Flyways. Some mallards will travel over 1,500 miles during their annual fall migration. Migration altitude...

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FINDING & HUNTING LATE SEASON BUCKS: THREE PROVEN PLANS

Everybody who knows me (well) recognizes my passion for managing wildlife, especially whitetails. But they also know my enthusiasm for hunting them…especially whitetails. For many, if not most of us gamekeepers, hunting whitetails was the birth of our enthusiasm for...

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MANAGING YOUR PROPERTY LINES WITH BOUNDARY SURVEYS AND MORE

With a background in boundary surveys and now working as a Land Specialist, property lines are an essential part to my living. An older gentleman once told me, “There’s nothing more heavily guarded and prized than a man’s property line.” Yet, it wasn’t many years ago...

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