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Benefits of Planting Trees for Wildlife | Chestnuts, Fruits and Oaks | Pay Dirt
S2.E10. Realtree Farm Manager Roger Culpepper talks about some of the different trees on Realtree Farms. He covers different species that are planted specifically for wildlife. Culpepper also discusses where and what to plant, including what whitetails seem to prefer.
How to Direct Deer Traffic | Land Management Tips for Whitetails | Pay Dirt
S2.E9. Kenneth Lancaster and Mark Heck use a real-life buck to illustrate how to dictate deer traffic. By using certain land management tips, you can help control how your next target buck maneuvers the landscape.
1:30 First, we take a look at a giant target buck these guys are after. It's name?...
Great Shed Hunting Pro Tips | The Best Places to Find Shed Antlers | Pay Dirt
S2.E7. Mark Heck and Kenneth Lancaster with the Given Right head to Kansas to have some shed hunting fun. They also talk about the best way to find sheds on your property, and how to use it as a scouting tool for next year.
2:05: Heck and Lancaster preview their game plan for searching the farm....
Building Hog Exclusion Fences | Keeping Feral Hogs Away from Feeders | Pay Dirt
S2.E6. Realtree Farm Manager Roger Culpepper builds exclusion fences to keep feral hogs away from feeders. Wild pigs are invasive, and they’re a big problem, especially in the South. Unfortunately, it’s an invasive species that isn’t going away.
0:15: Culpepper heads to Rural King to purchase ma...
S2.E3. Ever wanted to know what it takes to hunt coons with dogs? Roger Culpepper tags along with coon hunter Michael Phillips to learn the ins and outs of this long-held tradition. Don't miss this crazy, fast-paced action. It gets wild.
March Chick Days at Rural King | How to Raise Chickens | Pay Dirt
S2.E2. Ever wanted to raise your own chickens? Here is a quick walkthrough on how to set yourself up for success when buying and raising chicks. Early spring is the best time to start, and Realtree Farm Manager Roger Culpepper walks us through establishing a chicken coop and buying the necessary ...
S1.E22. Bill Winke teaches us how he creates small food plots using only hands tools and sweat. It's certainly an attainable feat and definitely has its place as a great practice in the world of food plotting. Get the info you need right here.
Increasing Property Value with Small Plots | Pay Dirt
S1.E21. Adding small hunting food plots to your recreational farm can really improve its overall value. This is true both now and when it comes time to sell. Learn what you need to know in this episode of Pay Dirt.
Dig Deeper: How to Select the Best Deer Hunting Property
S1.E20. Bill Winke discusses the top three land features he looks for in a great deer hunting property. Some properties might not check every box, but it's better when they do. Look for the tracts that have everything a deer (and deer hunter) needs. Here is what you need to know.
S1.E19. Own land? If so, it needs to create value and produce cash. Depending on the tract, it could be crammed with potential, and a property that has many different uses can be extremely beneficial when buying or selling a property.
S1.E18. Roger Culpepper and Shawn Morman explain how cutting timber on your property is beneficial. Managing a forest is like anything else. If you don't do it properly, things go array. Plus, it doesn't hurt to help the wildlife and make some quality cash, right?
S1. E18. We join Realtree Farms' Roger Culpepper as he dives into the process of managing different age classes of pine stands. This is a crucial aspect of properly maintaining habitat and ensuring a healthy forest, and healthy wildlife.
Managing Your Timber for Deer Habitat and Profit | Pay Dirt
S1.E19: David Blanton discusses habitat management via timber improvement with Realtree Land Pro Travis Hamele. New growth after a timber harvest provides outstanding food and cover—while the harvest itself can help pay the note on your land.