The Future of Food Plotting
Food plots play a vital role in land management. Animals seek areas with sufficient nutrition and will return to the same food source each year. Food plotting turns your property into a magnet for deer and other game.
Traditionally, herbaceous and browse crops are planted annually. This requires money, time, and toil to replant every year.
At Chestnut Hill Outdoors, we think about food plotting in a different way. We find long-lasting results come from planting fruit and nut trees along with traditional food plots.
Food plot trees like the Dunstan Chestnut™, pear, and persimmon have proven to permanently increase the carrying capacity of your land. Food plots provide significantly greater nutritional value when adding nut and fruit trees to annual herbaceous food plots. Food plot trees are the best long term strategy for attracting game to your land.
Trees require one planting and provide nutrients for generations of wildlife without the cost and effort of replacement. Animal eating habits can vary from season to season, but by planting hard and soft mast you can sustain your wildlife’s nutritional needs throughout the year. That’s why Chestnut Hill Outdoors provides specific tree varieties with varying early and late drop times, ensuring that necessary nutrients are available in any given season.
Adding nutritional value to your land is more important than ever. Tree food plots provide a long-lasting, low-labor, and naturally attractive addition to herbaceous food plots. More bang for your buck. More wildlife to admire – and more bucks to bag.