Category: Land & Game

Preserving and Tanning Hides

Hides have provided clothing, blankets, tools, shoes, wall decorations and scores of other things for mankind. Animal hides can provide a hunter with a fine jacket or coat, or buckskin pants that would make Tecumseh jealous.

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The Real Environmental Crisis

In this country, there is little to no oversight. Politicians won’t go near this as they are given huge contributions to their campaigns. Many people who sit on environmental boards or agricultural committees are former board members of the biotech firms. But nothing to see here. It’s almost laughable how these politicians insist the food served in their homes be organic.

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So, You Want To Start Farming?

Your dream has come true.  You have just bought that 40-acre piece of land you have always dreamed of purchasing.  You have that old farmhouse your wife is dreaming of restoring, and it will be your side project for the next 3 years.  You have an old wood barn that needs some TLC, and a decade-old metal shed on the land.

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Why We Hunt

I will never forget the first time I stepped foot in the woods in the pursuit of game. I was 12, and my best friend had invited me to come out with him and his family. I dressed in surplus army green, and carried the .22 that my Dad kept in his closet for varmints. I had just recently completed my hunter safety course and I was chomping at the bit to get in the woods. I didn’t have to wait long.

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Small Game Rifles

For today’s small game hunter, choosing a rifle in either of these calibers fills a vital niche. The small game rifle. Here are my choices such rifles. These are not plinkers, not target rifles, but are fast pointing, quick reloading, and reliable woodsman’s firearms.

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Binoculars 101

There are so many types of binoculars in use today; it would take all week to discuss them all. Let’s take a look at a basic introduction to these field glasses, binocular types and power. Some binoculars are useful for a wide range of tasks and activities, while some were purpose built for certain tasks.

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Hunting Firearms Safety

Firearm safety is so important, so very, very important. A rifle, shotgun, or pistol is no toy. No, it will not kill or cause damage by itself, it is an inanimate object. But when reckless behavior, or carelessness are mixed with a firearm, horrible things can happen. If you are new to shooting, or have shot for years, I think this is a good time to review firearms safety. It may just save your life or the life of someone you care about.

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