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Habitat Improvement Advice for an Iowa Property: Timber Stand Improvement (Outtake)

Grant gives advice to an Iowa hunter on improving a timbered area of his property so that it is more beneficial to deer and wildlife. There’s ag down in the valley and timber on the ridge. There are nice oaks producing acorns but not food or cover for the remainder of the year. Grant recommends removing the exotic, invasive species/weeds then using the hack and squirt method to thin the less productive trees. It will convert the closed canopy forests into more of a savanna habitat that will attract and hold more deer. #deerhunting #TeamOutdoors At GrowingDeer.tv we’re all about showing hunters what we are doing each week in the field as we work on our Proving Grounds and others to have better deer hunting! If The hunting strategies and techniques we show can be used if you are hunting public or private land. Our farm has wild, free-ranging deer. If we can grow big antlers on these tough Ozark Mountain bucks, you can too! Good wildlife management tactics, deer management, and food plots with regenerative ag techniques that build better soils! Watch our weekly episodes to see what we’re doing, the advice that Dr. Grant Woods (Ph.D Wildlife Biologist) has to share along the way. If you haven’t watched many of our hunting and land management videos, here are a few reviews from our viewers: Donnie: Best teaching channel on YouTube!! It’s like a class and lab all in one.
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