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GameKeeper Podcast
GameKeeper Podcast
Mossy Oak
EP:26 | The Legendary Mossy Head Turkey
On episode 26 of The GameKeeper Podcast, we tackle the topic of the legendary Mossy Head wild turkey. Are they a distinct species or is it just a unique genetic trait? To help us answer these questions we welcome our own David Hawley, VP of Business Development with Mossy Oak Properties, obsessed turkey hunter and founder of the Wild Turkey Report. We also talk with Tim Cosby, former Chief Law Enforcement officer with over 30 years’ experience with the Alabama Department of Conservation. Described as a smaller, darker colored turkey with large spurs that could possibly be the original strain of wild turkey. Both of our turkey obsessed guests give their opinions on the Mossy Heads and share stories of this legendary bird. We also discuss, David showing off his turkey calling skills on the David Letterman Show, possible proof of the existence of the southern long tail cats. Dudley answers a listeners question on planting bald cypress in an area that floods. Enjoy! Presented by GameKeeper Field Wear (gamekeepersfieldwear.com) Stay in touch with the Wild Turkey Report: Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/wildturkeyreport/?hl=en Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/wildturkeyreport/ Twitter - https://twitter.com/wildturkeyreprt?lang=en   Stay connected with GameKeepers: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mossyoakgamekeepers/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GameKeepers Twitter: https://twitter.com/MOGameKeepers YouTube: http://bit.ly/GK-Podcast-YouTube Website: http://www.gamekeepersclub.com   Support the show (https://subscribe.gamekeepersclub.com/) Support the show (https://subscribe.gamekeepersclub.com/)
1 hr 17 min
Addicted Fishing Podcast
Addicted Fishing Podcast
Addicted Fishing
We're Heading Michigan Steelhead Fishing!
Today we have Jordan, Josh, & Marlin talking about an upcoming trip to Michigan for some steelhead fishing. Going out and exploring to find new waters, new fish, and new fun! Educate - Entertain - Inspire - Addicted Fishing Podcast ▶ Purchase Addicted Tackle! http://bit.ly/addicted-tackle 10% OFF Addicted Merch | Use CODE: 10ADX ▶ Discounts for Addicted FANS! 25% OFF Nikwax, CODE: FISHIN https://bit.ly/nikwax-discount 20% OFF Mustad, CODE: ADDICTED20 https://bit.ly/shop-mustad 20% Off TUFline, CODE: ADDICTED20 https://bit.ly/buy-tufline 5% OFF KONG COOLERS, CODE: ADX http://bit.ly/31Gq087 ▶ Keep Up To Date With Us In REAL TIME! Follow Us On Instagram: http://bit.ly/addictedfishingIG ▶ Check Out Some Of Our Favorite Videos! Epic Salmon Fishing - https://youtu.be/Gt41DdjzNfc CRAZY Steelhead Fishing - https://youtu.be/pzwp114jB88 How To Trout Fish - https://youtu.be/leOMBDDjG_4 Winter Chrome Blend - https://youtu.be/_TqL3u3nCV8 How To Fish Trout Magnets - https://youtu.be/F3hNRc5YzX4 Ace Videos Collab - https://youtu.be/8ETHwMgrU4g SB Fishing Collab - https://youtu.be/1AecYrqM9Do Rooster Vs Panther - https://youtu.be/1AecYrqM9Do Addicted AK #1 - https://youtu.be/at8__-f3GGA Lonny Hook Removal - https://youtu.be/zK1_ZVnk9Gs How To Fillet Trout - https://youtu.be/Y4fmA4Y9plY ▶ Check Out Our Podcast! Apple Users: https://bit.ly/addicted-fishing-podcast Android Users: https://bit.ly/google-play-addicted-podcast Spotify: https://bit.ly/apple-adx-podcast ▶ Product Partners We Support & USE! Okuma Fishing: https://bit.ly/okuma-fishing-youtube Gerber Fishing: http://bit.ly/gerber-fishing Yakima Racks: http://bit.ly/yakima-fish Stevens Marine: https://bit.ly/stevens-marine Brad’s Fishing: https://bit.ly/brads-fishing Shortbus Flashers: http://bit.ly/shop-shortbus-flashers Tufline: https://bit.ly/buy-tufline Fillet Away: https://bit.ly/fillet-away-mats Pro Cure : https://bit.ly/pro-cure-fishing Nikwax: https://bit.ly/nikwax-discount Humminbird: https://bit.ly/humminbird-fish-finders Cannon Downriggers: https://bit.ly/cannon-fishing Minn Kota: https://bit.ly/minn-kota-fishing We LOVE gifts from our fans. If you want to send us something in the mail drop it to the address below. We might feature it. Thank You! 🙌 Addicted Fishing 7509 South 5th St. Po Box: A303 Ridgefield, WA 98642 ▶ EMAIL FOR BUSINESS INQUIRIES: marlin@addicted.fishing ▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬▬ Thank you so much for watching our content. We appreciate every single one of you that take the time out of your day to click on our video, give it a thumbs up, share it to friends, or any other support you offer. It's MUCH APPRECIATED!! 👊 𝗛𝗘𝗟𝗣 𝗦𝗣𝗥𝗘𝗔𝗗 𝗧𝗛𝗘 𝗪𝗢𝗥𝗗! Please share this video with your friends, and don’t forget to subscribe with the bell. 🔔 Some of the above links are partner affiliate links. Some of the above links are paid or sponsored links. Some of the products promoted in this video are paid product partners. STAY ADDICTED! 🤘🎣 #addictedfishing #fishing
20 min
Soil Sense
Soil Sense
NDSU Extension
Managing Salinity and Sodicity
Over 90% of producers in North Dakota are experiencing some sort of reduced productivity as a result of salinity. This problem is not unique to North Dakota - it’s happening in many of our most productive agricultural regions. The second problem that we’re going to discuss today, is a separate problem, but in many cases, even more difficult to manage, sodicity. Sodicity can also impede progress in solving salinity issues. Salinity and sodicity are different soil chemistries and require different management strategies. We discussed these topics on our panel at the _DIRT Workshop_. Today you’ll hear from: * _Naeem Kalwar_, Extension Soil Health Specialist at North Dakota State University * _Dr. Cheryl Reese_, Senior Lecturer in agronomy at South Dakota State University “The reason we need to care about soil salinity and for that matter sodacity too….is because we lose hundreds of thousands of dollars every year on these kind of spots.” - Naeem Kalwar With the amount of expense necessary to farm ground including gas prices, land prices, inputs and seed prices, having certain sections that represent a net loss can be detrimental to finances.  There are corrections that can be made to improve those soils, improving their profitability and move present salts deeper to cause less harm to crops. Naeem suggests first soil sampling to identify what crops and practices will be most successful in those specific areas. “Across South Dakota and North Dakota, we have very similar soils and these areas pop up because we have old salty sediments that are from old formations. And if these formations are close to the surface and we have a high water table, then these salts will always come back up to the surface.” - Dr. Cheryl Reese Dr. Reese highlights the benefits of using perennial salt tolerant grasses to improve erosion and salt concerns while still producing a usable crop. She suggests contacting your local NRCS to get more guidance and assistance with that measure. Dr. Reese also echoes Naeem by emphasizing the importance of soil testing to identify the specific issue and its severity before discussing mitigation practices such as switching crops, adding tiles or adding amendments. This Week on Soil Sense: * Meet _Naeem Kalwar_, Extension Soil Health Specialist at North Dakota State University and _Dr. Cheryl Reese_, Senior Lecturer in agronomy at South Dakota State University * Learn about the harmful effects of salinity and sodicity and what practices can be used to better manage areas affected by these issues * Explore the potential benefits and limitations of adding tiles and additives to correct salinity and sodicity concerns Connect with Soil Sense: * _Soil Sense Initiative _ Soil Sense Podcast is hosted by _Tim Hammerich_ of the _Future of Agriculture Podcast_.
23 min
Agriculture Today
Agriculture Today
Kansas State University
Cattle Market Update… Comparing Beef and Plant-Based Alternatives
• The weekly cattle market update • Comparing plant-based ground beef "alternatives" to actual ground beef • Agricultural news • Providing more equitable and accessible 4-H programs to local youth… 00:01:30 – Cattle Market Update: Agricultural economist Tyler Cozzens of the Livestock Marketing Information Center provides this week's cattle market analysis: he remarks on the markets' resiliency following the cold weather disruptions two weeks ago, and he goes over the LMIC's new forecast on per capita meat consumption in 2021. 00:12:46 – Comparing Beef and Plant-Based Alternatives: K-State meat scientist Travis O'Quinn reports the findings of new K-State research which compared plant-based ground beef "alternatives" to actual ground beef...the physical attributes of the products, how they match up in preparation, and most importantly, how consumers rated the palatability of each of the choices. 00:24:09 – Ag News: Eric Atkinson covers the day's agricultural news headlines. 00:32:20 – Improving Local Access to 4-H Programs: K-State 4-H specialist Aliah Mestrovich-Seay discusses efforts to provide more equitable and accessible 4-H programs to local youth. Send comments, questions or requests for copies of past programs to ksrenews@ksu.edu. Agriculture Today is a daily program featuring Kansas State University agricultural specialists and other experts examining ag issues facing Kansas and the nation. It is hosted by Eric Atkinson and distributed to radio stations throughout Kansas and as a daily podcast. K‑State Research and Extension is a short name for the Kansas State University Agricultural Experiment Station and Cooperative Extension Service, a program designed to generate and distribute useful knowledge for the well‑being of Kansans. Supported by county, state, federal and private funds, the program has county Extension offices, experiment fields, area Extension offices and regional research centers statewide. Its headquarters is on the K‑State campus in Manhattan.
40 min
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