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Whitetail Deer Food Plot - Successful plotting is like successful business, think location, location, location: and then decide what deer food plot seed to start with!

Trophy Whitetail Deer Hunting - How to create the type of habitat essential for holding those trophy whitetail deer year-round.

Deer Hunting Tips: Overcome Buck Fever - ask a group of hunters going on a big game hunt and everyone will know exactly what you are talking about...

Tips for taking better trophy photos - Deer hunting tips for the photographer in you! Learn how to take better trophy images to share with family and friends.

Late Season Whitetail - While late-season hunting has its’ advantages, such as less hunters and solid winter patterns, it definitely comes with its’ disadvantages as well.

Top 8 steps to successful food plots - From wind patterns, to natural behavior to finding a perimeter trail. All you need for a successful deer food plot.

How to Use Brassica’s to attract deer to your food plot in hunting season. Learn about Kale (brassica oleracea), Turnips (Brassica rapa) and Forage Rape (Brassica napus).

Getting Started With Whitetail Deer Food Plots: Part 1. To increase the chances of even catching a glimpse at whitetail, many enthusiasts are creating their own food plots for deer. This article helps you getting started.

Getting Started With Whitetail Deer Food Plots: Part 2. To increase the chances of even catching a glimpse at whitetail, many enthusiasts are creating their own food plots for deer. This article helps you getting started.

5 Steps to Successful Fall Planting of Whitetail Food Plots. Step 1: Soil Testing, Step 2: Mid May, Step 3: Late May-Early June, Step 4: Late June or early July, Step 5: Late July Early August.

USA Map Zone Delivery - Are you unsure about your planting zone and what deer food plot plants can generally be grown there? We have a handy reference for you to use for your food plots. Check it out here.

Cool season perennial clovers for deer food plots - Perennial and biennial clovers for your food plots. Adino white, white-dutch, red, alsike, birdsfoot trefoil, sweet clover alfalfa and chicory.

Whitetail Deer Food Plots Soil Testing Information For Americans. - Here are some resources and phone numbers if you are looking to run a soil test for your Whitetail or Mule Deer Food Plot - for Americans

Whitetail Deer Food Plots Soil Testing Information For Canadians. - Here are some resources and phone numbers if you are looking to run a soil test for your Whitetail or Mule Deer Food Plot - for Canadians

Having Trouble with food plot plant selection?. - Here are some general concepts that may help you out: The legume list is the longest.