There is an abundance of forage in the spring and summer months.
In the fall months, the mast crops (acorns, pecans, etc.) are the
primary food source. Because of the lack forage and mast crops during
the winter months the deer herd can become stressed. Well planned
food plots, properly filled wildlife feeders and mineral blocks can
supplement for the lack of natural food during the lean months of
winter. Under proper management, these practices will increase the
carrying capacity as well as over all health of the deer herd. Our
services include soil evaluations, planting recommendations as well
as soil improvement and planting. Knowing what and when to plant can
really benefit your deer herd their trophy potential.