If you’re reading this article, then you’re either curious about me and “what the heck is he up to” or you’re wondering if you can pick up some information about “best food plot soils”. For the purposes of KENTUCKY DEER HUNTING, don’t worry about food plot soils! I said it. Plant what you want to see grow, what you enjoy and what you think will work best for your area. You can read everything you can get your hands on about being an efficient “farmer” and all the professional advice out there will tell you:
#1) That’s not a good idea
#2) That’s a waste of money
#3) That won’t work
#4) You need better soil to plant that
If you are trying to manage you land for deer or just want a nice looking kill plot during a Kentucky whitetail hunt, then try something! In fact, cut it in half and plant a stripped food plot! Oh yes, don’t forget to double the seeding rates! Who cares about wasting $25 in seed. That pickup truck you drove to your property just chugged 6 gallons of gas getting there!