Welcome To Land And Hunting
This site is dedicated all of the hardworking Americans that love to farm, hunt, or just enjoy the outdoors. If it is land for hunting that you need just look at the free ads posted by private landowners. If you own land that you want to lease, you can do it here for free. There is no cost to post monthly ads. There’s even a hunting items category if you want to sell that rusty old treestand.
Each month we will feature a product review on hunting gear or a farming / land management related item and give you our NO BULL review. Or check out the Hunting Ranch Review section and find a great place to hunt. If you have a hunting story send that to us and we may post it. Do you want to win FREE GEAR? Do it here.
There's even a section for your hunting pics!! Submit your photos and each month we will select one to display. So go ahead and show off that buck, turkey, bear, or whatever you’ve tagged. There’s even a quarterly drawing for a chance to win free gear. So go ahead America.... LandandHunting.com is here to stay!
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Hunting Ranch Review
Blue Dark OutfittersWe haven't been able to go hunting yet with Blue Dark, but we hope to soon! We have spoken by phone with Charles Decker. He is the owner of the guide service in Northhampton County, NC. From what he has told me over the phone he is offering some great deals on deer hunts right now. This is his first season in operation so it's a great time to get in on some good hunting with Blue Dark.
Check them out at www.bluedarkoutfitters.com or call Mr. Decker at 919-434-2357...
Man's Best Friend...and Best Farm AssetEvery small farmer needs a good dog. Here on our little spread we have beagles, but they're not the prize of the dog house. My perfect farm dog is my Plott named Buck. Buck is actually half plot, 1/4 mountain curr and 1/4 walker coon hound and he's the best dog I've ever owned.
Last year I had a buyer loading up a boar hog that I had raised. He was wanting to raise a litter of his own with a sow that he had. After struggling with that 100lbs boar until I wanted to cuss I finally caught him and that was quite a feat since I was three weeks out of a knee surgery. The buyer grabbed him from me and before he could cage the animal it bolted fr...