Sep 22, 2014
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ScottRolfesScott Rolfes

Scott is a wildlife biologist at Saylorville Lake in central Iowa where he heads up a team of biologists to enhance habitat around the lake. His tips in “Maximum Habitat” on Outdoors on the Farm will help you do a better job of managing the habitat you’ve got on your farm – ranging from food plots, CRP ground, woodlots and farm ponds. Scott is advising Chip as he develops food plots on his acreage and you’ll see his design plans come to life in a wildlife food plot and a song bird food plot. Scott says, “There are so many guys with small pieces of ground that just gets mowed once a year that hold a lot of potential for all kinds of wildlife, ranging from whitetail and turkeys to cardinals and butterflies. I just hope to help viewers take advantage of what they’ve already got.” And for those of you with a farm pond, Scott will offer up plenty of tips so that pond will finally be the fishing escape you’ve always wanted.

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