Here is episode 12 of the 207 Outdoors podcast. Today I talk with Grant Woods of “Growing Deer TV”. Dr. Grant Woods is a native of the Ozark Mountains in southwestern Missouri. His passion for deer and deer hunting led him to a Ph.D. in deer behavior and management. Grant and I talk about the work that goes into white tail deer management and we also cover the topic of predators and…Listen HERE.
Deer scrapes consist of an area on the ground where deer paw away all debris and expose the soil under an overhanging limb. Deer commonly urinate and defecate on the exposed dirt in the scrape. These are very visual signs that are easily seen. The overhanging limb is also a significant part of “scrape communication”…Read MORE HERE
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Dr. Grant Woods writes a regular blog for Winchester.com. See his bio and blog posts here.
In this latest installment of Petersen’s Bowhunting Radio, Whitetail management guru Dr. Grant Woods offers his advice for a successful food plot program. To listen to the podcast, please click HERE
I don’t know about you, but I am excited about this early spring weather, and I can’t wait to get started with my 2012 food plot program. When it comes to property management and food plots, I can’t think of a better person to get advice from than Dr. Grant Woods. Grant owns a 1,500-acre property in Missouri known as “The Proving Grounds,” which serves as a non-step test lab for best practices in wildlife habitat management.
In the latest episode of Petersen’s Bowhunting Radio, I talk to Grant about what needs to happen to prepare, plant, grow and hunt over successful food plots. If you are thinking about doing some habitat work on your hunting grounds this year, the information contained in this episode can help put you in a photograph like this! Click here to listen to the Interview.. .