Deer Food Plots Made Easy book review

Deer Food Plots Made Easy
DIY Deer Food Plots
 
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This e-book is well written and easy to understand and is a useful tool in getting the plot right the first time, eliminating the trial and error of making a new deer plot. The book covers all the areas of selecting a good plot area in relation to existing vegetation, water supply, wind direction, etc.  This book has in-depth information on preparing the area, useful tools, soil tests, selecting seeds, planting and maintaining a deer forage plot.  
 
Buy now and the book comes with bonus information on;
deer minerals, landing a perfect buck, and handy information on quickly figuring out the scoring potential of a rack before you choose to harvest the buck.
 
 
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