I really hate to post a link to another site on here but I've been looking for information regarding the whole process of taking some land and developing it into food plots / habitat that are good for the deer. The amount of info on arkansashunting.net is fairly limited so I just did some good ole' googling and found a site from Iowa where "food plots are king". The amount of detailed quality info you can find on here is unbelievable! The link I'm going to post is just a small section of threads that are all on food plots / habitat. Good luck getting through it all!
I know there are going to be some management issues in Arkansas that are different than Iowa (as if I had to say that
What I'd really like to do is take what I've learned and start developing some higher traffic to this site by adding pictures of all the steps I'm going to take to put in some RR soybeans and maybe some corn. I've got a few clover plots (WI Imperial) that I planted this fall.
I'm certainly not going to claim to be doing it all right but that's the point... Hopefully with the help of constructive criticism and experience from others we can build a more thorough source of information that can help us all create some better habitat and food sources for the wildlife even if our own resources are limited.
The site I'm referring to is http://www.iowawhitetail.com/forum/forumdisplay.php?f=45
I'm very anxious for the upcoming late fall / spring period!!!