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Food Plots For Brutal Winters – Episode #275

Watch GrowingDeer.tv episode #275 to learn which food plots deer need to survive brutal winters.

It’s brutal outside these days! Right now the deer are really putting pressure on late winter food plots. If you discover your plots are coming up short, Grant has a successful food plot recipe that will help your deer survive these cold conditions.

Turkey season is right around the corner and we’re getting pumped up about it! The new Winchester shotguns are in, so we’re headed to Bass Pro to get the Nikon scopes mounted and ready for opening day!

With snow on the ground deer will browse on food sources above snow level or dig through the snow for food.

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Have Your Plots Succeeded?

This winter has provided some tough conditions.  It’s the ideal test for your late winter plots. Now’s the time to check your plots, learn where they’ve worked and where they haven’t. If you’re not satisfied, watch this episode for better food plots next winter.

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Prescribed Fire – Episode #274

From start to finish on a dormant season prescribed fire in GrowingDeer.tv episode #274.

It’s a great time of year for using prescribed fire on your proving grounds. The benefits of fire are huge! Properly used, fire promotes native forage, cover and kills ticks! North and east facing slopes can be difficult to burn, but the dormant season (right now) is your best bet to get good results. Caution: Fire is never satisfied. Watch this episode as we take you from start to finish on a dormant season prescribed fire!

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Warning: This video contains information about prescribed fire which is a management tool for trained professionals using the appropriate tools for the situation.

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Troy Landry Talks Deer – Episode #273

Grant tours Troy Landry’s deer hunting property in GrowingDeer.tv episode #273.

Troy Landry is a famous alligator hunter from the hit show Swamp People. This week Grant tours and studies Troy’s deer hunting property. Grant’s goal is to help Troy maximize his deer hunting opportunities.

Do it yourself! Coyote pelts make great decorations and gifts! Want to prepare your own coyote for the tannery? We’ll show you how with taxidermist Pete Dickenson.

Cream cheese stuffed, bacon wrapped venison backstrapTip of The Week:

Hungry? Does bacon wrapped backstrap sound good?

Enjoy your hard earned backstraps with this recipe:

Bacon Wrapped Backstrap

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Predator Control Special – Episode #272

Watch GrowingDeer.tv episode 272 to learn predator control techniques.

Want to see more deer and turkeys? Food, cover, and water are key but creating those can result in more predators also. Keeping predators in balance with prey populations is an important management tool! In this episode professional trapper, Clint Cary, will show you how to make a dirt hole set. It’s probably the most popular trapping set!  Then, Adam follows up with three caught coyotes.

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Tracy and Crystal find the sheds from Split Brow

Everyone loves to find a shed.

Look in bedding areas.

Food sources: Winter food is usually limited, look for sheds in these areas.

Water: Deer gotta drink.

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