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Monthly Archives: November 2019

    5 Festive Venison Recipes for Thanksgiving

    By Land and Luxury | November 26, 2019

    A classic venison roast is the perfect holiday recipe, especially when it’s topped off with cranberry sauce. (Hank Shaw photo) Thanksgiving means mashed potatoes, stuffing, rolls … and venison! With Thanksgiving right around the corner, it’s time to focus on spending time with your family and friends, relaxing at home … and deciding what food... Read More

    Building On Your Land – What You Need to Know

    By Land and Luxury | November 19, 2019

    The land we own can serve many purposes. Some buy land as a place to hunt or fish, while others plan to grow crops or start a farm. For others, it’s a place to build your dream home or vacation getaway. Regardless of your reason, if you’re planning to build a home, cabin or outbuilding... Read More


    By Land and Luxury | November 12, 2019

    Barry W. Smith | Originally published in GameKeepers: Farming for Wildlife Magazine Even the smallest puddle in the basin is a potential haven for wild fish. Treat all water in the basin and watershed with an approved fish toxicant. Be sure to close the valve before applying the toxicant, or you may accidentally kill fish downstream. As... Read More


    By Land and Luxury | November 5, 2019

    Reese Johnson  When you purchase a new property it seems the possibilities are endless. It’s important to set goals and understand what you’re dealing with as soon as possible. It’s the gamekeeper’s ultimate dream, to buy a raw piece of land and turn it into a masterfully-crafted, wildlife-generating haven. Occasionally it’s 20 acres, sometimes it’s... Read More

    How To Winterize Your Pond

    By Land and Luxury | November 5, 2019

    BY BARRY SMITH on Oct. 26, 2019 Most of us do not think about our ponds during the winter. There just seems to be too many distractions; college football, deer hunting, migratory birds… all of those activities and more come to mind during the late fall and winter, but not our ponds. We are not going to... Read More