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The Immediate and Long-Term Benefits of Food Plots By Mark Kenyon Photo by Charles J. Alsheimer

wo hours and change. That’s how long I hunted two years ago before my new food plot began paying off. It was only a few weeks earlier that I’d sprayed, disked and broadcast several bags of Pure Attraction into the previously bar-

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ren soil, and I was already seeing dividends. At first, the pay-off looked like a flicker of movement, but then it was a silhouette. Finally, I realized it was a mature buck. Many prospective food plotters worry that it might take years to see the benefits of their work come to fruition, but on that cool October evening hunt, I could see that wasn’t true. There’s no doubt that food plots offer tremendous long-term benefits to deer and deer hunting prospects, but you don’t need to wait years to see positive changes on your property. From what www.whitetailinstitute.com

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