Rolling With The Seasons: Life and Deer Hunting – Episode #457
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Grant shares about Raleigh’s sacrificial love and gives an update about the kidney transplant. Plus, with deer season and rain on the way, find out what we are doing to be ready!
food plot tips:
It’s not practical to irrigate most food plots. However, it’s fairly easy to conserve soil moisture. Find out how to conserve moisture so your food plots can be productive during periods of drought!
This Is Your Shot:
Buck encounters usually take a lot of work. Winchester is working to make sure we can make that moment count this fall!
Tip of the Week:
Planting small cool season seeds too deep could lead to low germination rates. Small seeds like brassicas and clover, if drilled, should be only be placed ¼”- ½” deep.
This tasty meal combines fresh venison with the classic taco salad!
Q & A of the Week:
Question: When will bucks begin to shed velvet?
Answer: Once the hardening process is complete, bucks will begin shedding their velvet. We recently got a Reconyx picture of a buck without velvet!