River Farm Flames, Favorite Stand Location | Midwest Whitetail
Midwest Whitetail • 12m
S5.E7. In this week’s episode of the off-season show, we join Jared Mills and Mike Reed as they get some projects done on the River Farm. With these in full swing, they plan to make a part of the property that is not used, into a more beneficial area for deer.
Then, we take a look at a hunt Mike Reed had in 2019 when he killed a giant on his favorite part of the property.
1:15 The guys spend a little time burning part of the River Farm. They plan to improve the habitat.
3:00 After showing some of the work, Mills explains what he's trying to achieve.
4:00 Reed covers how deer use the farm, and then dives into one of his past successful adventures.
11:00 They finish up the episode by discussing some additional projects they hope to complete on the property.
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