Fanning the Flame: An Aggressive New Approach to Combat Chronic Wasting Disease

Chronic wasting disease is changing the landscape of hunting. The percentage of the US public that hunts is declining, along with funding for conservation efforts. Is the decline in hunting related to the negative press written in regards to CWD? Fear about the potential spread ...

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How to Score A Buck

I constantly see hunters post a pic of their buck on social media saying “can you score this for me?” I’m thinking in my head: “You have the rack why don’t you score it yourself?” Then I realize there are a still a lot a ...

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Why all the dead deer on the side of the road?

The annual ‘spring shuffle’ for whitetails has officially begun. The number of dead deer you see right now can resemble November roadsides. What is the spring shuffle? In my observation, there are three main factors that contribute to the dead deer you see on the ...

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Ani-Logics Team to Head to Illinois

Help us pass progressive Deer Feeding legislation in Illinois!! Have you heard? Senate Bill 2493 (SB-2493) will be heard and voted on in the Illinois senate committee Thursday April 12,2018. Ani-Logics Outdoors will be in Springfield, Illinois on Thursday April 12 at 8am to share our knowledge of supplemental feeding and ...

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6 Easy Methods to Track Herd Health

It’s no secret that healthy bucks grow bigger antlers than unhealthy bucks, but how can you tell if your herd is healthy? Here are 6 things you can do to help determine if your herd is healthy. Weigh your harvested deer. This is easier said ...

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How to Find a Pile of Shed Antlers

Shed deer antlers are some of the most interesting pieces of material on the planet. It never ceases to amaze me how something that cannot move is so hard to find. In many ways, the lack of locomotion of a shed is its best camouflage. ...

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Four Winter Projects You Should Be Doing (Right Now!)

For much of the country, deer seasons have closed or will be closing soon. Do not be fooled into thinking the work is over! Wintertime is packed full of whitetail ‘to-do’s’. From chainsaw work to post-season trail camera survey’s, winter can be an excellent time ...

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Feeding a Buck onto a New Home Range

Winter is a great time to find new bucks on your property. As natural food sources begin to diminish, bucks tend to search for food outside of their normal home range. If a buck finds a new consistent food source, chances are good that he ...

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How To Be A Good Hunting Neighbor

If you hunt on less than 5,000 acres, chances are good that some of the bucks you have on camera will be harvested by your neighbors. When that happens, you have two options: You can either do things to prevent this from happening in the ...

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