Oak Trees are not Sacred when it comes to Hinge Cutting for Whitetail Habitat

Many people are unwilling to hinge cut oak trees. That may often be a mistake. For optimum mast production, oaks should have some breathing room. A hinge cut oak tree laying on its side may produce valuable browse at a deer’s level 365 days a year rather than just producing acorns seasonally. As with everything, variety is the key to deer habitat.

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  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Oak Trees are not Sacred when it comes to Hinge Cutting for Whitetail Habitat
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Oak Trees are not Sacred when it comes to Hinge Cutting for Whitetail Habitat
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Oak Trees are not Sacred when it comes to Hinge Cutting for Whitetail Habitat
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Oak Trees are not Sacred when it comes to Hinge Cutting for Whitetail Habitat
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Oak Trees are not Sacred when it comes to Hinge Cutting for Whitetail Habitat
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Oak Trees are not Sacred when it comes to Hinge Cutting for Whitetail Habitat
  • wp socializer sprite mask 32px Oak Trees are not Sacred when it comes to Hinge Cutting for Whitetail Habitat
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