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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 podcast Tim Russell (Green Fire Forestry & Wildlife Services) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the importance of understory vegetation management. Tim details a recent client visit and understory strategy he employs to help improve deer use. Tim explains the importance of light and how to manage that across the varying levels o…
 
In this podcast Todd Shippee (Empire Land Management) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) dive into mentors, industry consultants, herbicides and waterholes. Todd explains the importance of dilution rates and how appropriate methods of chemical and water usage will benefit applications afield. Todd provides specific herbicides for a problem that …
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Steve Sherk (Sherk’s Guide Service) discuss summer scouting for big bucks. Steve discusses the importance of summer scouting and Jon details food sources that attract deer. Jon identifies cover and food sources combined and the related benefits and usage. Steve explains the importance of areas …
 
In this podcast Mitchell Shirk (Pennsylvania Woodsman Podcast) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss herbicide application for food plots. The discussion includes thinking about the actual return on investment of planting a food plot. Corn and Soybean management, related herbicides and how and when to handle certain unwanted weeds. Mitchell…
 
In Part 2 of the deer population podcast discussion Moriah Boggess (Deer Biologist, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) explain population monitoring. Moriah explains the methods that he and others can use as a land manager to monitor deer populations. Other details such as woodlot and food plot brows…
 
In this podcast Moriah Boggess (Deer Biologist, North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss considerations and the science behind deer populations and density dependence. Moriah explains how to sustain a robust, quality deer herd. The importance of deer density dependence is critical to the planning a…
 
In this podcast Kenny Kane (Generations Forestry) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the blending of forest management practices and wildlife improvement. Both small and large properties landowners are challenged with managing their properties and balancing optimized deer habitat with sustainable timber management. In this podcast Kenny …
 
In this podcast Tim Russell (Green Fire Forestry & Wildlife Services) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discuss the significance of chestnut trees and their benefit to wildlife. Tim details the history and science of chestnuts and how the landscape has changed as a result of the blight. Previously, chestnuts provided an economic and wildlife be…
 
In this podcast Todd Shippee (Empire Land Management) and Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) explore some of the best practices for Food Plot establishment. Todd also discusses strategies for removing reed canary grass on the landscape. Spring food plots can be one of the more important activities this time of year. Todd discusses simple, effective …
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Jake Ehlinger (Habitat Solutions 360) discuss the latest strategies and ideas surrounding the effort required to enhance a deer hunting property for success. Jake’s strategies include planning, and promoting detailed, focused movements across the landscape to ensure deer use and bed on a proper…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Perry Battin (Drury Outdoors) discuss the latest strategies and ideas surrounding food plot architecture. Perry introduces himself and converses about the latest turkey season in his area. Perry also discusses how food plot decisions are made on the Drury farms in both Iowa and Missouri. Perry …
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) and Mark Haslam (Southeast Whitetail) discuss how to improve pine plantations. Mark’s expertise and management strategy to improve loblolly or longleaf pine stands can drastically improve overall deer interest and hunting. Mark and Jon discuss balancing wildlife enhancements and cash flow from a fa…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes) discusses his recent travels to clients and most importantly the mindset you should have to succeed with changing your property for the better. The concepts suggested will displace non-native plants with healthy natural, native plants that will lead to more opportunities to attract and hold deer on…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater of Whitetail Landscapes discusses with Steve Sherk of Sherk’s Guide Service the process of finding big buck sheds. Jon discusses his recent shed find folly. Steve and Jon discuss how to hunt sheds, versus just find sheds, especially in the big woods. Shed hunting can be just as rewarding for some hunters and targeting a …
 
In this podcast Rocky Burrus from SA Farms Management Service, based in Tennessee, discusses his top three hunting property flaws that he sees on client properties. Rocky discusses the box blinds he is using on client properties and why they are essential to success. Rocky dives into his process and how he evaluates access, cover and food on the la…
 
In this podcast Tim Russell from Green Fire Forestry & Wildlife Services discusses how to attack and design your forest for deer. Understanding and recognizing the state of our forests and how to approach a forest stand with various tactics allows for an opportunity to meet our goals. One of those goals is increasing a variety of plants providing m…
 
In this podcast Todd Shippee from Empire Land Management and Jon Teater from Whitetail Landscapes explore some of the best hunting access techniques for land managers. Todd discusses what he has been working on at his client’s properties. Todd dives into some provisional strategies for hunting access. Sometimes the best hunting hack can be a tempor…
 
Ever wonder about the anatomy and physiology of good and bad shots? How long should you wait after all of the different types of hits and what determines whether you find your trophy at the end of a blood trail or you're forced to eat tag soup?بقلم Jason Snavely
 
In this episode, Jon Teater (Whitetail Landscapes), Anthony Barnum (Outdoor Writer), and Mark Cobb (Stihl Dealer) discuss important equipment to own for managing your hunting property. Buying the correct gear can save time, wear and tear, and your life. From chainsaws to chaps this episode explores different models from homeowner, ranch to professi…
 
In this episode, Jon Teater discusses with Steve Sherk of Sherk’s Guide Service how to break down a mature buck from start to finish. Steve has developed hunting tactics that work year in and out for him and his clients. Historical trail camera data and sticking with a deer through the years, and understanding his preferences ensures success down t…
 
On this episode, Jon Teater and Anthony Barnum, Outdoor Writer and Gear Guru, discuss owning land, and the factors that led them to buying property. Buying land can be one of the most involved and complicated endeavors we go through as individuals and can be taxing and liberating all at the same time. In this discussion we get into the pitfalls and…
 
Neonicotinoid seed treatments can set back progress on regenerative properties with negative, cascading effects on beneficial insects. Equally alarming, Neonics are proving detrimental to the health of our game species. This episode provides some background information for the episode to follow.بقلم Drop-Tine
 
In this podcast Rocky Burrus from SA Farms Management Service, based in Tennessee, discusses how he evaluates trail camera data to support his continued success each season. Rocky works with clients throughout the southern United States helping them design and implement his property management plans. Rocky runs trail cameras across his personal pro…
 
Following extreme interest in the first episode of Field Reports, Jason records a call with Pennsylvania food plotter Dan Very. Dan's questions stem from content promoted on social media platforms about splitting food plots in half and preceeding fall plots with monoculture buckwheat. Is this as good as it gets?…
 
In this podcast Todd Shippee from Empire Land Management, based in Wisconsin, discusses how he develops hunting properties. Todd is well known as a turnkey hunting property developer that supports clients that require food plots, ponds, timber and field restoration, and much more. He specializes in hunting property enhancement for large and small l…
 
In this podcast Tim Russell from Green Fire Forestry & Wildlife Services discusses how to get miles ahead of others that don’t cut their timber. Thinning timber and evaluating the trees that are resident to meet goals of Forest Stand Improvement and objectives of benefitting deer. Landowners should contemplate what tree species are being taken out …
 
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.…
 
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