There's something wondrous about watching deer emerge from the trees to graze in a field. It's almost as if the world freezes, and you're afraid to breathe for fear of shattering the moment.
Whether your interest lies in observing white-tailed deer or in making them more valuable and productive meat animals, developing and maintaining a food plot is crucial.
Learn how at a free “Spring Food Plot” seminar hosted by The Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation and the Oklahoma State University Cooperative Extension Service.
The seminar, aimed at agricultural producers new to the industry, will “provide foundational knowledge about food plot establishment and wildlife habitat management practices necessary for attracting ... deer,” according to a Noble Foundation news release.
Essentially, a food plot provides deer with a steady diet that meets their changing nutritional needs throughout the year. In the spring and summer, deer require protein-rich plants, such as alfalfa and clover; in the fall and winter, they need starches and sugars, such as corn and nuts.
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