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How To Take The Pressure Off Food Plots – Episode #184

Food plot techniques this week in GrowingDeer.tv episode 184.

For those of us that don’t hunt near row crop fields, food plots are a great tool to allow bucks to express their full antler growth potential. Sometimes the topography, leases, etc., limit the amount of food plots that can be created. This week I describe some techniques to reduce the browse pressure on food plots while providing quality food for deer.

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