Tyler Silcox’ German shorthaired pointer.
After months of delays and political posturing, both the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives’ Agriculture Committees began work on a new Farm Bill this week.
By Scott Linden We talk a lot about “closing the loop,” reaching a logical and finite ending to all things business, social, financial, etc. The term is appropriate for yesterday, the last day of quail season here in Oregon. I began the season at a spot that holds history and pre-history (read: dinosaurs), fond memories, [...]
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How large should my food plot be? When is the best time to plant? These and other food plot questions answered.
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While many think of bobwhite quail in an “agricultural” setting, open pine stands, or “savannahs,” have historically been productive locations for bobwhites.