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Wildlife Wednesdays

Well, I never thought that I would have a blog, and I certainly never thought that I would be introducing something called “Wildlife Wednesdays”… But, here I am. I hope to have a new blog ready to post every Wednesday. Some of the posts will have video and others will include links to sources I’ve found helpful in my own research. We’ll cover topics like planting food plots, selecting the right type of feed, how to choose which deer should be culled from the herd, and a ton of other topics. I am by no means an expert, so I’m going to be sharing my personal experiences and things that I’ve been able to find either through my own research or through connections I’ve made in the industry. I’m constantly finding ways to improve the land for a future to enjoy with my boys. They are really excited about what will happen in the next few years and never miss a chance to come out and help.”
Aside from just visiting the blog every week to look for new posts, I want to invite you to follow us on social media. You can find us on facebook as Priefert Wildlife. I also hope you’ll subscribe to our new YouTube Channel - Priefert Wildlife. Here, you’ll get all the latest “From the Blind” updates as well as product updates and other information from Priefert. Next Wednesday we’ll look at the 3 key ingredients you need if you’re going to have wildlife. These 3 items are what drive a lot of the decisions that I’ve made – from planting my food plots to adding trees for cover. If you can get the right mix, you’ll have deer.


  1. Joe Harwell says:

    You have a lot of good info about plots and you mention cover around the plots. In your next blog you might talk about hard vs soft edges approaching a plot. Also creating pinch points within the plots injunction with the terrain (creeks, ridges, wood lines, ect)

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