Filling in Bare Spots

Did too much rain fall on your new clover food plot last fall? Maybe not enough precipitation? Topseed Trophy Clover is an excellent option for…

Food Plot Site Selection & Prep

Generally narrower and longer food plots are the best choice because deer prefer to feed as close to cover as they can. If you have a choice, make the plot the…

Proper Seed-Bed Preparation

Before You Spread a Seed, There Is Much You Can Do to Enhance the Productivity and Effectiveness of Your Food Plots. Testing, One, Two, Three……

Laying Out Your Food Plots

We’ve all heard the popular phrase: Proper planning prevents poor performance. Well, it applies to food plots, just like anything else. Where you lay out…

Enhancing Your Food Plots

Oscar Wilde once said, “Books are never finished, they are merely abandoned.” That’s because no matter how hard you try, you can always make it…

The Best Seed For Your Buck

A lot of seed companies utilize pulverized limestone or sodium bentonite (clay) coating on their seed, claiming it increases plant production. What they don’t tell…

Food Plot Strategy

Do You Have a Goal For Your Food Plots? You Should, And Here’s Why. If you were going someplace you’d never been before, you wouldn’t just…

Coming Out of Winter

ebruary 2 is Groundhog Day, when folks anxiously wait to hear if Punxsutawney Phil predicts another six weeks of winter. But news from the Pennsylvania…

Planting Zones & Temps

Zone Fahrenheit Celsius Example Cities 1 Below – 50 F Below -45.6 C Fairbanks Alaska; Resolute, Northwest Territories 2a -50 to -45 F -42.8 to…

Planting for Other Species

Tom King, CEO of Bighorn Outdoors TV & Bighorn Outdoors Youth Adventure Program and I were creeping along a woods road in our electric ATV,…

Food Plot Bowhunting Strategies

Regular visitors to this site may remember back in July I talked about the different types of plots, and how the principle objective of feeding…

Planting Fall Fall Plots

It’s all part of nature’s plan. Summer is the season of growth but as the days grow shorter, plants an animals alike seem to stop…

Last Minute Fall Plots

Ah fall. It’s finally here and another long-awaitd hunting season is just around the corner. You’ve labored long and hard building your food plots and…

Pre-Rut Nutrition

Most folks are aware that winter is a critical nutrition period as natural food is at its lowest availability and nutritional state. Many are hopefully…

Mineral Supplements

Understanding the Importance of Minerals Right now is time for warm season perennial food plots, where the emphasis is on protein for body and antler…

Troy Johnson Testimonial

Troy Johnson’s 3 year history with this deer saw him jump from 160″ to well over 220″. Heartland Wildlife products helped him bag this buck of a lifetime.