Which Food Plot Crops Do Deer Prefer and Why

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  “What is the best thing to plant in my food plot?” Have you ever asked this question? As University Extension professionals and wildlife scientists, we get asked that question a lot. The search for the “magic bullet” plant has yielded many great discussions, but despite deer diets … Read More

10 Reasons Why Being Outside is Important

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    In today’s world of powerful technology, many people feel the urge to simplify and get back to nature. To experience the health benefits of outdoor recreation, it’s necessary to unplug and recharge in the wilderness. Those who are able to soak up everything nature has to … Read More

4 Reasons Why Being Outside is Important

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    Relieve Stress Getting outside can help you escape the stress of everyday life. Stress is known to tear up a healthy mind and immune system. High levels of stress at work and school are associated with depression, obesity, and high blood pressure. Stress is unhealthy when … Read More

Fall Turkey Hunting

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Fall Turkey Hunting from a Tree Stand with a Bow or Shotgun Some people would rather hunt for their Thanksgiving turkey as compared to buying one in the store, and there are many ways that this can be accomplished. With the holiday just around the corner, you can … Read More

Wildlife Management Area Expansion

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The great outdoors just got a little grander. The Trump administration has opened and expanded more than 850 hunting and fishing opportunities across 2.3 million public acres, touted as the largest historic expansion of its kind. The Interior Department announced the news on Tuesday, confirming the new recreational access at 138 … Read More

7 Great Venison Recipes

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From chicken-fried to stuffed backstraps, try these creative and delicious venison recipes at home. Fall in Texas is often a punchline, with the weather often forgetting to play ball remaining unseasonably warm. Though the temperatures will take their sweet time to cool down for the first month or two, it also … Read More

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