Food Plots or Supplemental Feeding Programs
Find out why supplemental feeding programs are still advantageous even if you already have food plots. Mumme’s Inc. wildlife specialist, Lance Cote, shares his reasoning on why you should have both in part 10 of Mumme’s Inc Deer Program Q&A.
If I have food plots, do I even need to have a supplemental feeding program?
Food plots compliment supplemental feeding programs very well especially during periods of drought when you can’t establish a food plot.
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- How to Choose a Protein Feeder
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