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Whitetail Landscapes focuses on enhancing whitetail deer hunting properties through design and management efforts. Jon Teater owns and operates Whitetail Landscapes and has established clients throughout the United States. Jon’s experience combined with reoccurring podcast guests will provide opportunities for those around the country to learn how to improve their hunting property.
 
The official deer management, food plot and habitat management podcast keeps you in the know on all of the latest strategies for managing private hunting properties. Interviews with the best of the best in deer science, research and habitat management. Jason R. Snavely and Co-host Tim Kocher fill you in on cutting edge information and techniques to better manage your property and maximize its deer hunting potential.
 
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In this episode, find out how Steve Sherk of Sherk’s Guide Service gets his mature buck data right after hunting season. Steve is notorious for killing mature deer and helping his clients find success. Steve is a big woods hunter that pursues deer on public land in Pennsylvania and New York, his tactical and purposeful approach to evaluating and un…
 
In this episode, find out how Jon Teater of Whitetail Landscapes designs hunting properties. The biggest focus area of Jon’s approach will start you down the correct path. Knowing more about the fundamentals of design makes the process so much easier. Understanding key facets of plants and the environment, which will help attract deer to your prope…
 
In this episode, we introduce Maximize Your Hunt produced by Whitetail Landscapes. Whitetail Landscapes is located in New York State and focuses on enhancing whitetail deer hunting properties through design and management efforts. Jon Teater owns and operates Whitetail Landscapes and has established clients throughout the United States. Jon’s exper…
 
Taking soil health testing (CO2) to the field with new robust sensor technology. Jason and Dr. Rich Haney introduce the results of two years of work: The ST-1 in-field, real-time soil health tool. Ag consultant David Kleinschmidt joins in on the discussion to provide his input after field testing the technology throughout the 2021 growing season.…
 
We flip the script as Jason is interviewed by "AB" from Humanimal. "AB" fires questions at Jason about soil health, biomimicry, weeds as desirable "free agents", food plotting in Nature's image and Fall Reload.بقلم Drop-Tine Jason Snavely
 
Looking for a new summer planted soil building option that's super tall, fast-growing, weed suppressing, nutrient cycling, carbon sequestering, moisture conserving SASQUATCH-building habitat that can be rolled down? NEW SUMMER SQUATCH is the perfect 60 day summer product to establish prior to planting Fall Reload? Just roll it down and plant right …
 
Jason introduces the future of in-laboratory soil testing in Nature's image. The standard soil test conducted at universities and labs across the country is no longer needed, nor accurately calibrated, if you're managing your food plots in a regenerative manner. If soil health and a biologically driven system is your approach moving forward, ditch …
 
Jason sits down with Casey Keefer and AB Bleise to introduce the Illinois Project that they recently kicked off. They discuss why they believe the property, and their unique goals & objectives of regenerative ecology and food plotting in Nature's image, will make this deer dirt a top 5 whitetail property in the country.…
 
Montana. Jason is joined by cementum aging specialists Carolyn Nistler and A.J. Stephens of Matson's Lab in Montana. After nearly 3 years in the making, the trio finally connects to ponder why this inexpensive but valuable tool is not more mainstream for hunters and managers.بقلم Drop-Tine Jason Snavely
 
Jason discusses the art and science of frost seeding with Dr. Sjoerd Duiker, Professor of Soil Management and Applied Soil Physics, Penn State Cooperative Extension, Department of Plant Science. All questions surrounding the frost seeding technique are covered including timing, planting rates, best forage species, perennials VS. annuals, equipment,…
 
Knoxville, TN-Jason talks with Univ. of Tennessee Master's candidate, Brittany Panos about her pioneering research that seeks to identify the benefits of cover crops to grassland birds (and other wildlife species). They discuss the benefits of later termination, roller crimper use and dozens of soil health and cover crop talking points. This is an …
 
TX & PA. Jason and Dr. Rick Haney discuss soil pH as it relates to RegenAg and whether you should lime at all or do plants take care of that too? What's the process of choosing which species go into the Reload blends and WHY? Are Jason and Rick working on an in-field soil health test that will change the game in regenerative agriculture and nitroge…
 
Coffee Co., Tennessee Jason records a call with Dr. Squatchy himself, Adam Daugherty NRCS District Conservationist. Jason and Adam discuss Regen Wildlife Ag, soil health, force feeding nature, synergistic affects, crimp termination, infiltration, and of course: GROWING SASQUATCH HABITAT FOR WILDLIFE!…
 
Imaging trapping 37 coyotes in 32 nights on a property that is less than 200 acres! Jason sits down with his long time friend, former college classmate and income generating trapper of 26 years, Johnny Carter. With so much feedback on Episode 25 with carnivore ecologist Dr. Bruce Leopold, Jason steers the predator management (never "control") discu…
 
Jason Snavely, David Kleinschmidt and Macauley Kincaid discuss a broad array of topics related to soil health, common sense & profitable farming, 60 inch corn rows inter-seeded for wildlife and the future of regenerative agriculture.بقلم Jason R. Snavely
 
You've heard enough podcasts with "expert guests"! When Jason receives a call from a Pennsylvania client he hits RECORD! Topics include an opening day mature archery buck, "dirty plots", homemade roller crimpers, the Reload food plot system and low impact doe removal.بقلم Jason R. Snavely
 
Jason R. Snavely, CWB sits down with predator/carnivore ecologist Dr. Bruce Leopold to discuss the pitfalls of predator management. Is the return worth your investment when it comes to protecting game species from predators and is there EVER a time when predator management is effective? What does the science say?…
 
Salina, KS. Jason sits down with LandPride's Dana Trumpp to discuss how to fine tune a no-till drill for great stands. Understanding Ag consultant David Kleinschmidt leads off with his input on the benefits of no-till farming. Jason offers a sneak peak into an upcoming Trump Train episode with Heath Graham.…
 
Jason talks with Daniel Vitalis, creator of WildFed about foraging for wild edibles where you hunt and fish. Controlling your food supply has never been more vital than now. Foraging for nutrient dense wild edibles offers medicinal and health benefits that ensure a robust immune system to tackle all diseases.…
 
Starkville, MS. Jason talks with Dr. Bronson Strickland, MSU Deer Lab, about the pitfalls of antler restrictions & high grading. They discuss slot limits and perpetual protection of smaller antlered, mature bucks. Beyond QDM - advanced buck harvest strategies - Managing The Thirdsبقلم Drop-Tine Jason Snavely
 
Jason & Grant Snavely discuss a paradigm shift in regenerative wildlife agriculture with Gabe Brown; ND rancher & author of Dirt to Soil. Gabe and Jason discuss the benefits of high diversity cocktail forage blends as opposed to monoculture agriculture. They delve into soil health, soil biology and Dr. Provenza's work on ruminant nutritional wisdom…
 
Starkville, Mississippi. Jason talks with his former college Advisor/Professor and world-renowned deer researcher Dr. Steve Demarais from the MSU Deer Lab at Mississippi State Univ. Jason and Dr. Demarais discuss several instances where on-the-ground observation & university deer research cross paths. Does your buck roam or is he loyal to your hunt…
 
Pennsylvania - Drop-Tine Seed Co. discussion - Jason talks with Tim Kocher and Lenny Lottig about his experience in the wildlife seed industry. Jason explains some of the events that led him to realize that a new seed company, with fresh goals and a transparent understanding of how the industry works, was in high demand.…
 
Temple, TX. The standard chemical soil test completely ignores the organic forms of expensive fertilizer inputs and the microbiology: Organic C, Organic N, Respiration. If your corn food plot only needs 66-0-0 to produce 150 bushels/acre why would the soil lab recommend you spend your money on 126-0-188? It's commonly said that soil testing is inex…
 
Kutztown, PA-Healthy Soils=Healthy Food=Healthy Deer. Soil biology. No-till food plotting. Jason chats with international speaker/traveler Jeff Moyer of Rodale Institute Kutztown PA. Reducing tillage, Managing weeds, Roller Crimping and no-till drilling food plots. This is a rare peek inside one of Jason's conversations with an early adopter in the…
 
Temple, TX- Jason and Dr. Rick Haney discuss standard soil testing for food plots from the basics of "how to" to which tools are best for sampling. Will the standard (chemical) soil testing procedure become a thing of the past? Why aren't we considering soil biology and existing soil credits? Are fertilizer companies capitalizing on food plotters w…
 
Central Ohio- With 4 bucks scoring over 200", 10 B&C bucks, and 36 P&Y bucks, Ohio mature buck killer Adam Hays insists his success increased dramatically when he began giving mature bucks the wind they seek as opposed to hunting winds that worked for him. Adam and Jason talk entry/exit, how close to hunt to a bucks bedding area, targeting specific…
 
From coastal North Carolina, Dr. Bill Rawls talks with Jason about the myths, truths and practical solutions surrounding Lyme disease. Learn why antibiotics don't work as a long term solution for Lyme disease and whey testing is extremely unreliable. Learn to avoid system disruptors and restore wellness through herbs and a better lifestyle. Dr. Raw…
 
Temple, Texas. In Advanced soil testing for food plots, Jason allows listeners in on his phone conversation with soils pioneer Dr. Rick Haney, a USDA soil scientist from Temple, Texas. Rick details the advanced soil health tool for testing your soils beyond chemical characteristics. Can't fix dirt with chemistry..plants fix dirt! Learn why the Hane…
 
Missoula, Montana -Jason and Tim talk with Zach Sandau of OnX Hunt, a leading smartphone mapping program app for hunters and land managers. Zach explains the feature packed mapping phone app and Jason shares some of the ways he's used his Elite OnX membership while mapping Drop-Tine Farms as well as while working with clients across the whitetail's…
 
Jason invites podcast listeners in on his phone conversation with Jake Blank, owner of I&J Manufacturing located in Gordonville, Pennsylvania. Jake is the Godfather of the modern roller crimper. 20 years ago Jake was sought out to manufacture what is now the modern roller crimper as used in no-till Eco-farming.…
 
From Tuscaloosa Alabama, two of Jason's friends and fellow Wildlife Biologists join in to talk about food plotting in better soils. The guys talk about the very old technique of no-till farming, cover cropping and the popular book published in 1992, Farming in Nature's Image; AKA "Eco-Farming", The guys go back 300 years when Bison herds roamed the…
 
Jason talks advanced trail camera tips with Rich Howell of trailcampro.com Rich details the intensive testing program that his company puts all trail cameras through and he reveals his overall first choice of trail cameras. New information is revealed about the best battery type to use and how to save money and improve photo quality with battery se…
 
Jason and Tim talk with Jeremy Moore of Dog Bone Hunter about the increasing popularity in training dogs to find shed antlers. Jeremy shares his tips and strategy for working with shed dogs from day one. Jeremy details the difference between "raising" NOT "training" a dog. Discussion turns to the shock collars and Jeremy's opinion on them might not…
 
Jason and Tim talk with Dr. Marcus Lashley to set the record straight on hinge cutting and the hot new topic of "mineral stumps" for deer. The discussion compares the most popular habitat improvement projects that every landowner can tackle: mineral stumps, hinge cutting and hack and squirt. The "deer guys" discuss when to apply each practice and D…
 
Bonus episode-interview with Christian Berg, Editor of Petersen's Bowhunting. Christain shares his favorite new bowhunting gadgets and bow technology for 2018; Primos Surround View ground blind,Glory Nock lighted nocks,Garmin Xero bow sight with built in range finder and adjusting aiming point. Mathews Triax, Hoyt Carbon RX1,Prime Logic, Bowhunting…
 
Jason and Tim chat with Drop-Tine client Joe Switzer about his whitetail property. Joe hired Jason to help him develop his property, part of which was a beautiful 9 hole public golf course that Joe wanted to transform into a hunting property, irrigation and all! Joe shares his "game changers" that have afforded him the opportunity to hunt big, matu…
 
Jason interviews Brad Doyle http://www.eagleseed.com/ from the legendary soybean company: Eagle Seeds. Get your cliffs notes PhD in plant breeding as brad shares the differences between forage soybeans and conventional ag beans and how that relates to our whitetail food plot needs. Brad explains how you can double the total number of branches on a …
 
Personal and professional backgrounds of Drop-Tine Podcast hosts Jason Snavely and Tim Kocher. Jason explains WHY he decided to jump start this new platform of chatting about everything whitetails. Jason and Tim further discuss the similarities and differences in their backgrounds and how they came together to build the Drop-Tine Podcast.…
 
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