Category: Whitetail Deer Management

Supplementing Your Way to Successful Fawn Recruitment

Fawning season has arrived across much of the white-tail’s range. Most serious deer managers understand the importance of feeding deer year-round, but the fawning period is a critical time to enhance your deer herd. This time of year, does have spread out across the landscape ...

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Illinois State Legislation: Bill Status for SB2493

Have you heard? Senate Bill 2493 (SB-2493) will be heard and voted on in the Illinois Senate Ag Committee Tuesday, May 15, 2018. Ani-Logics Outdoors will be in Springfield, Illinois to share our knowledge of supplemental feeding and it’s many benefits for the whitetail population. This bill will ...

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10 Reasons Why You Should Consider Supplementing Your Deer with Minerals

What Can Minerals Do for Your Deer Herd? More than you realize! MINERALS ARE ESSENTIAL Minerals are critical to skeletal growth (antlers) and body growth. NATURE IS NOT ENOUGH Nature does not provide the adequate nutrients and minerals for peak performance. Liver tissue analysis of un-supplemented deer across the ...

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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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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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Hunting Update and Tips to Understand Early Season Bedding

I just returned from Kansas where I spent 4 days hunting their early muzzleloader season. The day before the season opened, I drove around the land I could hunt and looked at the condition of the Ag fields. This time of year the beans are ...

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How to Run a Rapid Herd Survey

If you are like me, free time is a limiting resource in your life. I work anywhere from 40-60 hours per week depending on the time of year, which leaves me little time to get out to my hunting property that is several hours from ...

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