Tag: food plot

  • Dunstan: The King of Chestnuts

    Dunstan: The King of Chestnuts

    American chestnuts once reigned supreme over the eastern hardwood forest but were wiped out by blight in the geologic blink of an eye. Thanks to a fortuitous discovery and careful breeding, a new king has emerged in the Dunstan Chestnut, a superior nut and a superior tree. Historically, American chestnuts were the most abundant species […]

  • Firminator vs. the Competitor

    Firminator vs. the Competitor

    Just what is it that makes the Firminator the best food plot implement on earth? It’s not just one thing but several rolled into a single implement. Versatility “The Firminator is the only planting implement I need. Whether I’m doing conventional tillage, one-pass planting on food plots, or simply drilling in winter grazing for cattle, […]

  • Chestnut Hill Outdoors’ 2021 Spring Final Round to Select Rural King & Walmart Locations!

    Chestnut Hill Outdoors’ 2021 Spring Final Round to Select Rural King & Walmart Locations!

    Chestnut Hill Outdoors’ trees are on the way to select Rural King and Walmart stores. Arrival is expected between May 24th and June 1st for the following states: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, West Virginia. Arrival times may vary, please visit your local store to see if they have […]

  • Chestnut Hill Outdoors’ Trees are on the way to Select Rural King and Walmart Locations

    Chestnut Hill Outdoors’ Trees are on the way to Select Rural King and Walmart Locations

    Chestnut Hill Outdoors’ trees are on the way to select Rural King and Walmart stores. Arrival is expected between May 5th and May 17th for the following states: Alabama, Connecticut, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Missouri, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Virginia, West Virginia, Wisconsin *We use contract trucks so we do not have information on […]

  • Early Spring Fruit – Top Picks for North and South from Chestnut Hill Outdoors

    Early Spring Fruit – Top Picks for North and South from Chestnut Hill Outdoors

    If you want to attract and hold more and healthier wildlife on your property, you need to provide the proper amount and type of natural food to meet all their year-round nutritional needs. Spring and early summer are important nutritional periods for wildlife. Newborn whitetail fawns are putting tremendous nutritional stress on nursing does, and […]

  • Chestnut Hill Outdoors’ Trees are on the way to Select Walmart Locations

    Chestnut Hill Outdoors’ Trees are on the way to Select Walmart Locations

    Chestnut Hill Outdoors’ trees are on the way to select Walmart stores. Arrival is expected between April 29 and May 5th for the following states: Illinois Maryland Missouri New Jersey North Carolina Ohio Tennessee Virginia West Virginia Note* some states will have more cities receiving trees. This is just the beginning of shipping to many […]

  • Why Persimmons from Chestnut Hill Outdoors?

    Why Persimmons from Chestnut Hill Outdoors?

    Persimmons are in the genus Diospyros, which means: food of the gods. Whoever gave them that name must have been a deer hunter because the ability of ripe persimmons to attract deer and other wildlife is truly divine. To ensure you realize the greatest benefit from your soft mast orchards, Chestnut Hill Outdoors offers several different […]

  • Full Line Overview from Firminator: Best Food Plot Implement on Earth!

    Full Line Overview from Firminator: Best Food Plot Implement on Earth!

    Ranew’s Outdoor Equipment offers a full line of implements for all your food plot needs. The Firminator G3 is by far the most versatile piece of equipment in the industry. It allows you to do all the necessary work of planting a food plot from start to finish with one implement. A wide range of angle […]

  • Cover Trees for Bedding From Chestnut Hill Outdoors

    Cover Trees for Bedding From Chestnut Hill Outdoors

    The three essential elements of wildlife habitat are food, water and cover. If you want to be a good steward of the land and attract, sustain and hold more wildlife for a more extended period of time, you need to provide the necessary proportions of all three. Establishing orchards of mast-producing trees like Dunstan Chestnuts […]

  • Red Oak or White? with Chestnut Hill Outdoors

    Red Oak or White? with Chestnut Hill Outdoors

    Mast orchards are a great way to increase your land’s ability to attract and hold more wildlife. Planting soft mast producers for the early fall and hard mast trees for later is a good way to increase the period and level of attraction, and you can improve both even further by selecting a variety of […]