Time to Plant Native Shrubs

Spring is here! More
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Show-Me More Success!

It’s pretty cool when people tell you they are seeing more dog boxes in the back of trucks and more hunters in orange vests and hunting chaps at gas stations and restaurants--a good sign there are more quail. More

Time to Spray Cool-Season Grasses

Spring is here. That means turkey season, crappie fishing and morel mushrooms. It also means cool-season grasses like fescue, brome and bluegrass are growing. More

Quail Unlimited Radio-Collared Quail Update

In 2008, the Missouri Department of Conservation teamed up with Quail Unlimited to conduct a radio-collar project on three private land sites in central and western Missouri. More

More Missouri Success - Missouri Conservation Farmer of the Year

Success breeds more success. More

Food Plot Management

The clear whistle of a bobwhite is an alarm clock for some landowners to start work on this year's food plots. More

More Missouri Successes

Nothing beats hearing a rooster bobwhite whistle in the spring. Well, maybe a wild turkey. More

Flip-Flop That Food Plot

I was walking around the farm the other day and noticed last year's "succotash" food plot looked rather pathetic. More

The Pros and Cons to Food Plots - Think Outside the Food Plot!

Some landowners and hunters will tell you food plots are essential if you want to have good quail habitat. The truth is a well managed warm-season grass field with a variety of forbs and legumes and shrubby cover is much more attractive to quail than a grass field with only a food plot. More

Is Anyone Seeing Quail This Spring?

Habitat is the Key! With a tough winter behind us and wet spring after wet spring it makes you wonder how the quail did. More
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