Most hunters are always looking for ways to improve your hunting. This week we talk with Seth Harker a good friend and partner with Land & Legacy. Over the years Seth has not only grown, but harvested some incredible bucks. How you may ask? Seth used his hunting observations and allowed them to guide him on what his properties were missing. There is so much to learn during this podcast. As season begins to open in your area, take notes on your observations from the stand this fall and use...
Food plots are a hot topic in the world of habitat and wildlife management, so we talk species varieties and pounds per acre. Sometimes it's important to consider the benefits not only to the wildlife but also the soil. Tune in to also hear what we look for in choosing our early season approach. You don't want to miss it!
#Whatgetsyououtdoors has become a popular hashtag, so it's only fitting that we answer what it is that pulls us to the woods. Is it the chase, the success, or something much bigger? Tune in as we reflect, share memories, and explain what it is that makes the outdoors so great!
We kick the chairs back a little further in our first "Long Winded Podcast," as we discuss a few of the hitlist bucks that are showing up on our cameras. We hope you enjoy the first episode of our "Long Winded" series.
Following up the QDMA National Convention, we discuss the event and the great research that was shared during the event! Dr. Craig Harper shared some very interesting research discussing the relationship between soils and forage nutrition. You're going to love this!
If your land is a multi-use property this podcast is for you! Are you trying to manage for the wildlife while also wanting to get the benefits of cattle? Kip Adams joins us to discuss the major benefits of multi-use properties!
On this podcast, we walk you through the year in the life of a Whitetail buck and the changes that occur during the year. Once you understand these changes it will help you manage your property better, and ultimately make you more successful each fall.
Never give up on a property just because of the size. There are several things you can do to improve the habitat and hunting on small pieces of land. In fact, these farms can offer success year after year if hunted and managed correctly, tune in to find out how!
Matt Ross from Quality Deer Management Association joins us to discuss his thoughts on hinge cutting, clear cuts, and many other techniques for timber management and how it can help your hunting property. You'll be amazed at how much a managed forest can help your hunting!
We kick this week off with a list of projects you can be doing now that turkey season is wrapping up, food plots, trapping, and everything else you can do to prepare for deer season! Plus, we dive into the myths and facts of whitetail fawns and things you can do to ensure their survival.
Ever wonder how you can manage the habitat to benefit the turkeys? Listen up to here how you can improve the habitat to ensure many more season of chasing turkeys! Plus, get the final recap for the Spring 2017 turkey season.
Adam and Matt discuss a turkey hunting update from this past week and a recent consulting trip with a somewhat rare habitat! Listen to hear some of the rare species that this landowner could enjoy on his property.
Adam and Matt discuss the Missouri turkey season opening day hunts as well as the preparation they're going through to prepare for spring food plots. Listen up to hear they're ideas and opinions on what to plant in your food plots!