Wildlife food plots can be used to attract animals ranging from butterflies to deer. Some food plot planters use them to observe the sheer beauty of the wild up close, while others use them as a means to keep animals away from sensitive areas like vineyards or orchards. Regardless of how you decide to use a wildlife food plot, you must first understand how to construct one.
Here are some steps to consider taking after you’ve decided it’s time to build out a wildlife food plot:
- Research and plan
- Analyze the soil
- Choose your seed type