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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TurkeyFoot Game CallsMike and I have killed our limit here in NC with our line of calls. My favorite is the glass over glass call that we make. However, we have taken birds with all of the calls in our 2013 lineup. If you have a story of a hunt using one of our calls then give us a shout. We'd love to hear about it!
Get Your Foot On! and get your calls at www.turkeyfootcalls.com...
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Added By Justin Cox from Kentucky.
Hunting Ranch Review
Appalachian HuntsIt was 14 degrees when Mike and I left our home in the piedmont of North Carolina for a visit with Chris Mclean of Appalachian Hunts in Banner Elk, NC. It was dark thirty if you know what I mean and my Dodge 4x4 was burning up the highway. After a quick stop for gas and biscuits we made our way towards the Appalachians.
Chris had called me the night before to let me know that about six inches of snow had fallen overnight and that the road may get a little slick. We were stoked about meeting up with such a young guide that is proving to be a success in his own right. There was no way that a little snow and ice was going to stop us.
Do You Want Eggs Year-round?On our little farm we have a chicken coop. In that coop we have over 20 Rhode Island Red hens and a about a half dozen leghorns. I would hate it when fall approached because my hens would freeze up and stop laying when they began to molt. After some trial and error i had the problemn fixed.
I knew that hens need at least 14 hours off daylight a day in order to continue to produce and induce the molting phase throughout the year instead of once at fall, but I didn't think that simply hanging a light bulb in the nesting boxes would achieve that for me. After hanging a light in the coop set on a timer to give my birds 4 extra hours of light e...