Midwest Whitetail Daily - Bill Winke
Winke's Blog: Direct Nut Seeding, Deer Browsing
Season 4, Episode 48 • 5m 52s
As Bill searches a new area for antlers, he discusses direct nut seeding, one way to add oak trees to marginal acres. Then, he shows the effects of browsing pressure from the deer and discusses one way to cope with it. He finds an antler and then discusses bedding areas and side hill trails.
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Winke's Blog: Antler Hunt Day 1
I head out on a mission to find the antlers from the Chocolate Rack Buck. I find some antlers and along the way I also discuss some of the terrain features of the farm and how they affect deer movement and hunting strategies.
Winke's Blog: Antler Hunt Day 2
I head back out for another loop through the Chocolate Rack buck’s core area in hopes of finding his antlers. Along the way, I stop to discuss bedding ridges, doe bedding areas and the importance of diversity in prime whitetail habitat.
Winke's Blog: Antler Hunt Day 3
Bill heads out in search of antlers in a part of the farm he didn’t hunt much last season. Along the way, he discusses big rub lines, Poor Man’s Plots and why he is finding so many dead bucks on his farm.