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Deer Hunters Wanted.  

Feb 25, 2017

Agronomy is a noun.  It means the science of soil management and crop production. Biology is a natural science concerned with the study of life and living organisms, including their structure, function, growth, evolution, distribution, identification and taxonomy.  When an agronomist and a biologist get together to think up what deer really need to survive and flourish, look out, the brain waves might be radioactive.  Stand too close and you will learn lots about proper whitetail nutrition.  Jason Obermiller, a teacher and taxidermist with a Master's Degree in Biology, and Eric Fitzgerald, a full time agronomist, teamed up to develop what might be the deer supplement industry's most thought out, most well designed deer supplement on the market today.  Jason's thesis in college focused on a new way quickly age younger deer and soon after focused further studies on deer supplements currently on the market.  Jason can also tell you plenty about the health of a whitetail based on the feel of a antler (he's examined many as a taxidermist). Eric can read a soil report and tell you exactly what you need to make crops grow to their fullest potential.  Jason and Eric dive deep in this show explore many aspects of what a whitetail needs for complete nourishment in a herd and explain what you can and shouldn't do to help the overall health of the deer in your specific area.


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  • Loup City, Nebraska and High School 
  • A Masters in Biology, and Professional Taxidermist
  • Pedicle Measurement, Age, and Health
  • The Agronomist, Certified Crop Advisor
  • Bowhunting, Finding Agronomy Thru Goose Hunting
  • Jason's Thesis - A Natural Love of Hunting and Deer
  • Deer Attractant Studies and Antler Growth
  • Shed Pedicle Diameter Confidence
  • 70-80% Confidence Intervals, Genetics Takes Over at 3.5 Years
  • Underlying Facts About Nutrition Studies
  • What is an Agronomist? Maximizing $$$
  • 12" Core Soil Samples
  • What To Do with an Agronomist's Report
  • Fertilizer, Microbes, and Micro Nutrients
  • Hog Operations and High Phosphorous
  • What is pH and Why Is It Important?
  • Liming, True Nutrition for Deer Herds
  • What Are My Deer Missing?
  • Calcium, Phosphorus, Best Time of Year for Supplemental Feeding
  • False Carrying Capacity for Wildlife
  • The Importance of Balanced Minerals
  • How Jason Developed Rackology and Formulas
  • The Average Joe Price Point and the 5 Gallon Bucket
  • Does and Control Plot Science Tests
  • Deer Health Starts at Conception
  • What's a Good Blend VS a Bad Blend?
  • Why Ratios are So Important
  • What is Chelation, Why Protein? Sticky Velvet, and Yucca
  • Deer Stories and 10 Rapid Fire Questions

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