As a lifetime hunter myself I have strived to find the best hunting property possible and to be a good steward of the land. Many years ago I came to realize that the perfect property was not just there, it had to be transformed. The transformation starts with a plan and to take all the knowledge of chasing that big mature and smart animal, and to quite honestly think like he does. Just the way we want to be in a good neighborhood, game wants to be in an area that they feel comfortable and safe. Along with a safe feeling game needs food and water. If all of a game animal’s needs are met then there is no reason for them to leave. The land that provides everything not only keeps game animals, but also attracts them from areas that are less than desirable.
With my ability to selectively clear areas of land, a haven for game can be created very easily. I can create shooting lanes that work for all day hunting. For those landowners that want to create that “perfect land” I can help. You don’t have to settle for sub par hunting property that brings very little for those yearly leases. Utilize my surgical land clearing to increase your property value both for resale as well as attaining more money for sub-leases. Contact me today so I can meet you at my property and we can design that “PERFECT PROPERTY”.
Forestry mulching has become popular among conservation organizations, government agencies, hunt clubs, and private land owners attempting to maintain habitats for various animals. Maintaining an animal habitat encompasses several different aspects: food, water,shelter, and space, and there are many products that can help reclaim and maintain wildlife habitats for these animals..
Forestry mulching can be used to restore water source access that has been blocked due to tree and invasive species growth, allowing animals to access the water.
SHELTER AND SPACE
Forestry mulching can remove invasive underbrush that prevents the growth of the grasses required by certain animals for shelter, breeding, escaping the summer heat, and protecting themselves from cold winters.