Trophy Clover Mix

First Look: Antler King Trophy Clover Mix

Antler King’s Trophy Clover Mix is designed to be a high protein- and tonnage-producing perennial mix, for deer and turkey food plots that last up to 6 years.

Last Minute, Low Dollar Food Plots

You don’t have to be a farmer to learn the best methods to plant and grow supplemental nutrition that attracts whitetails. Follow our nine-step guide without breaking the bank.

How to Manage Whitetails in Timber

Think food plots on open ground are the only way to grow big bucks? Think again. When timbered property is properly managed, it can be logged for profit while still providing ideal habitat for whitetails.

Food Plots: Proof Hunters Care About America's Wildlife

Aside from drawing more deer to your fields, food plots provide habitat and nutrition to a wide variety of animals, and the whole system benefits.

10 Steps to a Successful Food Plot

Spring has arrived, and the time to start planting food plots that will benefit wildlife is now. Follow these 10 straightforward steps to ensure the best possible results.

Know-How: A Guide to Planting Food Plots

Being a gardener for deer takes some farming skills, but what you need to learn isn’t that complicated.

Food Plot Tips to Bring in Your Best Bucks

Hunters shouldn’t try to compete with farmers. You are not trying to grow crops in perfect rows in a large field. You are looking to bring in a buck you want to shoot in daylight. This means creating one or more food plots that bucks feel comfortable feeding in or cruising into as they search for does during the rut, during daylight.

Oklahoma Hunter Tags 30-Point Drought Buck

Big bucks don’t grow on trees. They grow amid the trees by eating natural forage and, when a hunter does things right and hits a lucky streak, by eating forage planted by man. Just ask Brad Gaddis of Oklahoma.

Can You Keep Deer From Wiping Out A Food Plot?

So you're trying to develop a food plot, but the local whitetail are tearing it up before its ready. Is the anything you can do? The BullShooters have an answer.

Small Food Plots for Big Bucks

Not a lot of open land or equipment? No problem. Small deer-attracting food plots can be grown anywhere with a few tools, a minimal budget and a little elbow grease.

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