Establishing and maintaining openings and food plots greatly improves wildlife habitat. Well managed food plots can produce winter forage at ratios which may approach 50:1 compared to rough woodlands. These areas provide diversity by creating edges and increasing the production of forage plants. They are used extensively by wildlife for feeding, dusting, breeding display, and loafing. The planting of annual forage crops, and soft and hard mast-producing trees (trees that produce nuts and acorns which provide food for wildlife) within these areas is recommended.
Long Forestry Consultants can assist you with all facets of wildlife foot plot and habitat management: land clearing, forage crop planting, tree and shrub planting, feeders, or hunting stand/blinds. Good management means quality habitat. Grow more wildlife, see more wildlife.
If you want big bucks, you need serious managment. We can help you establish a program that combines all facets of feeding, grazing, foraging, and supplemental nutrition to ensure the odds of trophy bucks are in your favor. Ensure the protein and minerals available in the right amount at the right time to grow your trophy.
Fruit and Mast trees
Roads and firebreaks
High quality food plots
A doe in heat
Buck tired from chasing does
What a mourning!
Peak of the Rut
Turkeys have a wide vaiety of needs depending on the time of the season from struttting lanes, nesting cover, bugging grounds, escape cover, roost sites and fall winter mast sources. We can help you manage your property to provide maximum habitat quality.
Drumming up a Storm
Long Forestry Consultants,LLC, is a full-service comprehensive forest, land, and timber management company.