Food Plot Species Profile: Arrowleaf Clover

Arrowleaf clover is a cool-season annual that is highly productive in fall and spring and a top-choice forage for whitetails, especially when does are carrying fawns and bucks are about to begin antler growth. Though it’s an annual, arrowleaf clover is a heavy re-seeder – with the right management, you can get several seasons of production …

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Food Species Profile: Wheat

Wheat is a cool-season cereal grain that is easy to establish, quick to germinate, and a great choice for fall hunting plots, whether you plant it in a pure stand or in a mix with other species such as clovers. Wheat germinates in early fall or spring, depending on the variety, and continues to grow …

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How to Build a Food Plot Browse Exclosure

Often, food-plot farmers complain about crop failure because nothing seemed to grow in the field they planted, especially in small plots. The plants germinated fine but never grew more than an inch or two. While it appeared that the crop failed, often the culprit is deer browsing the crop so heavily that the plants never …

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