Improving the deer habitat on your property will surely improve your hunting this fall. We are in Pennsylvania on Kip Adams farm showing you how to convert old cattle pasture in to early successional habitat for deer. Early successional habitat provides great cover and forage for deer throughout the year, and, it is essentially free!
Maintaining clover food plots in crucial in the longevity and productivity of the plot.
Today we are covering CRP or Conservation Reserve Programs and why they are something you should consider on your property. There are dozens of different CRP programs available to landowners, talking with your district conservationist is the first step in finding out what options might be available to you and your property.
Erosion control is a serious issue for many land owners. If left unchecked, it can cause permanent damage to a property. Talking with your local NRCS conservationist can be the first step in finding a viable solution. There are many CRP programs available that can help mitigate erosion, and, they can ultimately improve the habitat and the hunting on your property, while also providing an annual payment.
If you have a GOOD tree stand location already, there are ways to make it BETTER! In this video we take about 30 minutes, a chainsaw and herbicides and enhance a bow stand setup for this fall!By simply girdling and spraying undesirable tree species within about 50 yards of this tree stand location, we open up the canopy allowing sunlight to get to the forest floor and encourage new growth, while also giving the desirable white and red oak trees some breathing room - with intentions of increasing their acorn production!