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Double Down In Kansas – Episode #391

Watch a Kansas turkey hunt in GrowingDeer episode 391.

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In this video Heath Martin punches his final Kansas turkey tag then passes the Winchester to his wife Lindsey! Plus, watch as we fire up the Genesis drill and roll into planting season!

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Grant practices blind baleShort Clip:

Turkey season is winding down and we are thinking about
fall! Watch Grant share one of his favorite practice techniques to prepare for bow hunting whitetails!

 

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Clothing treated with permethrin

New Weekly Blog:

Watch out for ticks this summer! If you are going to be in the woods, treat your clothes now so you can enjoy a tick free summer!

 

 

 

 

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Adding inoculant to soybeans

Tip of the Week:

Inoculating soybeans helps fix nitrogen in the soil. For the best inoculant results, store inoculant in cool, shady places so the helpful bacteria that fixes nitrogen can live!

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Searching For Turkeys And Better Food Plots! – Episode #390

A turkey hunt and food plot tips in GrowingDeer episode 390.

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Watch as Daniel hunts a quiet, late season tom! Not only is there success in the turkey woods, but find out how the Steel Buffalo (roller crimper) can help lead to food plot success!

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Grant talks to a fellow hunter.Short Clip:

See why Grant recommends land mangers use high quality food plots during the summer months instead of relying only on native browse.

 

 

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The Steel Buffalo roller crimper

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Find out how you can replicate the natural process that helped build the soil of the great prairie to improve your food plots.

 

 

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Winchester turkey gun and Howes lubricating oil.

Tip of the Week:

Turkey guns usually see dirt, rain, and other conditions that are harmful to a gun. Cleaning your turkey gun after season is a great way to extend the gun’s life and prepare for next season.

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Turkey Hunting: Pops Tags Out (Again!) – Episode #389

Watch Pops Woods tags a gobbler and tips for food plot success in GrowingDeer episode #389.

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Watch as Pops Woods tags out during the second week of Missouri’s turkey season! Plus, tips to protect the soil for maximum food plot success! Don't miss the rare video of a coyote nabbing a fawn!

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Gobblers in a fieldShort Clip:

Watch toms strut their stuff in this awesome strutting video!

 

 

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Cover crop versus erosion

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Find out how cover crops saved our food plots during recent massive flooding!

 

 

 

 

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Boots drying on ScentCrusher Ozone Equipment Station

Tip of the Week:

Turkey hunting can rack up a lot of miles on boots. Drying and deodorizing boots after each hunt is a great way to help protect your feet for the next hunt.

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Turkey, Turkey, Turkey! – Episode #388

Watch three turkey hunts in GrowingDeer episode #388.

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Watch Pops and Raleigh Woods get on the board opening week of Missouri’s turkey season. Then see father son duo, Chase and Rylan White, show us how to chase turkeys in Missouri and Kansas!

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Turkey in the crosshairs of a scope.Short Clip:

Easily share the hunting experience and capture memories that will last a lifetime: now you can film your entire turkey hunt with just your phone and iSCOPE! Watch this recent turkey hunt filmed with only the iSCOPE.

 

 

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Find out how we use prescribed fire to increase quality habitat and enjoy great turkey hunting!

 

 

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Lubricating equipment parts

Tip of the Week:

Planting season is almost here and that means it’s time to get your equipment ready for the hard work! Make sure tractors, planters, and everything in between are in working order and ready to go!

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