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It is impossible to have high quality wildlife populations on a hunting property that has poor quality habitats. Buck Country’s forest management services take into account all aspects of hunting land management and provides an excellent way to maximize both timber production and hunting success. Matt has developed a proven hunting land management strategy that successfully combines forest and wildlife management while maximizing the potential of each client property, allowing them to consistently harvest big, mature bucks. Forest and timber recommendations vary based on landowner objectives, existing habitat quality, and the future success of any hunting property. Buck Country Wildlife Consulting works closely with the forestry industry to maximize timber revenue while improving the deer, turkey, and bobwhite quail populations on all client properties.

Timber Stand Assessments: The timing of any timber harvest is critical in the overall productivity of a hunting property; many forester recommended timber stands create “biological deserts” during the timber stand cycle. We make accurate assessments that will increase timber stand health and improve wildlife populations on any hunting property.

Tree Planting: Beneficial Hardwood and Pine trees. We use the appropriate row spacing and planting acreage to ensure viable long term timber stands that promote high quality wildlife habitats on hunting properties throughout the Southeast.

Herbicide Applications: From tree planting site prep to post planting herbicide applications, Buck Country uses application techniques to maximize pine seedling survival while encouraging the growth of beneficial grass and legume species that maximize wildlife population health on all our client hunting properties.

Harvest Recommendations: Buck Country’s timber harvest recommendations consider timber profit and wildlife habitat maximization to provide the perfect blend of timber and wildlife management all over the Southeast. An improper timber harvest can have a detrimental impact on a hunting property for years to come.  Matt’s deer, turkey, and quail driven perspective to forest management can integrate the perfect timber harvest strategy into any hunting property management plan.