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Hunting Tips and Tools
50 Fall Hunting Tips– Enjoy your best season yet with hunting tips from this guide to hunting deer, turkeys, dove, pheasant, geese and ducks.
Dive Into Duck Hunting – Bag your first fowl with our expert’s advice for getting started hunting ducks.
Hunting with a Muzzleloader – Hunt like a frontiersman with black powder rifles.
Bowhunting Basics – The beginner’s guide to archery hunting.
Spring Turkey Hunting Tips – Expert insight on spring turkey hunting tips and how to get into this outdoor pursuit that is gaining in popularity. Our guide will get you started toward bagging a bird for your dinner table.
The Bushcraft Guide to Hunting Tools – Learn to select the best tool for hunting in the wild.
Outdoor Safety Tips for Hunting Season – With these outdoor safety tips, you can enjoy the outdoors while staying safe during the year’s hunting seasons.
Off-Season Hunting Tips – Dreading the end of hunting season? Use these tips to keep yourself busy and to better utilize the off season.
Learn About Game Animals
Animal Defense Mechanisms – Discover defense mechanisms your livestock and wildlife use to fend for themselves.
Bobwhite Quail on the Rebound – The bobwhite quail, for reasons we can finally begin to understand, are making a comeback.
Hunter’s Venison Stew Recipe – Using a slow cooker makes a Venison Recipe like this one a delicious breeze.
Healthy Aspects of Eating Venison – When you eat venison, you’re eating healthy, wild, and local.
Getting the Most from Wild Game Meats – Knowing what to do with wild game once it’s been bagged and tagged can be difficult. Turning it into jerky may be the solution.
Wild Game Recipes for Hunting Season – From crappie to venison, these Wild Game Recipes will help you make the most of this year’s hunting season.
Game Recipes: A Dove Recipe for the Grill – Our Editor-in-Chief shares a recipe for jalapeño-stuffed dove inside a bacon blanket.
Venison Jerky Recipe – If you’re normally hesitant when it comes to eating venison, this venison jerky recipe may just change your mind.
Wild Turkey Stir Fry – Use wild turkey in this quick and healthy meal.
Home Meat Curing – The art of home meat curing and producing sausages from farm-fresh meats.
Wild Game Recipe Wrapped in Tobacco Leaves – Make this deliciously unique recipe using your wild game meat and fresh tobacco leaves.
How to Cook Wild Game Meat – Learn how to cook wild game meat for the best results, with five recipes for big and small game and wild fowl.
Pot Pie From Scratch: Wild Turkey Recipe – This Wild Turkey Recipe is not for your average homemade pot pie; it’s deep-dish style.
Venison Meatloaf Recipe – This easy Venison Meatloaf Recipe packs a big flavorful kick.
Grilled Deer Loin Recipe with Brown Sugar Glaze – Antelope, elk and moose are equally delicious in this Grilled Deer Loin Recipe. A brown sugar glaze keeps the meat tender and juicy while it cooks.
Peppered Antelope Roast Recipe – This simple Peppered Antelope Roast Recipe accentuates the flavor of the meat, with only a few spices added.
Roast Duck Recipe with Pineapple – This Roast Duck Recipe with Pineapple is savory and sweet, with a tangy orange and vinegar sauce to top it off.
Homemade Elk Recipe: Skillet Cornbread Casserole – You’ll be a fan of game for life with this sweet and savory cornbread casserole and Elk Recipe.
Venison Recipe for Slow Cooker BBQ – Using a slow cooker makes a Venison Recipe like this one a delicious breeze.
Hunting for a Life of Subsistence – Read how one blogger migrated towards a subsistent life, sourcing 100 percent of their food from what is provided by the backwoods.
Hunting: A Rite of Passage – Our Editor-in-Chief shares memories of hunting growing up.
Bad Blood – A nostalgic story about preparing for the hunt.
What Wild Game Did We Country Folks Eat? – A blogger recalls what types of game a country family ate.
The Compassionate Hunter’s Guidebook – A guide for those that come to the act of hunting with pure intentions, motivated by a desire for healthy food that comes directly from the land where they live.
The Beginner’s Guide To Hunting Deer For Food – Whether you hunt to be more self-sufficient, to eat the safest and most nutritious meat possible, to protect the environment, or to save money, this book is the perfect guide.
What’s for Dinner … Deer? – If you’ve had disappointing results with venison recipes in the past, this disc is for you.
Buck, Buck, Moose – Get thorough instructions on how to butcher, age, and store your venison, as well as how to use virtually every part of the animal.
Jerky: The Complete Guide to Making It – In this DIY guide to making your own jerky in an oven, smoker, or food dehydrator with beef, venison, poultry, fish, or even soy protein (ground or in strips), you’ll learn how to concoct easy gourmet recipes.
Game Cookery – These easy-to-follow recipes include dishes appropriate for everyday family meals, special occasions, picnics and barbecues.
The Complete Guide to Sausage Making – Learn to make all sorts of delicious sausage variations, including bratwurst, bologna, pepperoni, salami, liver and smoked sausages.
Preparing And Cooking Wild Game E-Handbook – This valuable guide explains how to age, skin, clean, and dress your game meat.
A Guide To Canning Freezing Curing/Smoking Meat Fish Game – In this book, you’ll find complete preservation method descriptions for meat and fish.
The Bushcraft Field Guide to Trapping, Gathering, and Cooking in the Wild – The author provides you with all you need to know about packing, trapping, and preparing food for your wilderness travels.
2016 Gift Guide: Hunting & Outdoor Gear – Here are some ideas to ponder for anyone who enjoys hunting, camping, hiking, and just spending time in the great outdoors.
Wash Away Rain Gutter Woes
Maintaining and regular cleaning of barn and farm structure gutters improves the health and safety of livestock and farmers.
Plant Breeding for Gardeners
Chris Colby helps us understand plant breeding basics, hybridization, open-pollination, F2 crosses, allels, and fertilization.
For Caleb, life wouldn’t be the same without a dog or two around the home.