1000+ Acre Auction Coming Soon – Rocking King Ranch Auction All leads email Craig Buford 1,000± Ac Turn-Key Game Ranch Auction Included in Winning Bid: 900± Acres High Fenced • Equipment • Exotic & Native Game Species • Lighted Skeet Shooting Range • Target Shooting Station • Fully-Furnished Lodge/Home • Bunk House Rockin’ King Ranch|King County,… Read More 1000+ Acre Auction Coming Soon – Rocking King Ranch Auction
Why Women Hunt Better Than Men Okay, I have your attention, don’t I? This isn’t a girl power or feminist post, I promise. But, I am going to provide you with two key reasons why women are better hunters than men. We all know men have historically been the hunters, and in my opinion are… Read More Why Women Hunt Better Than Men
Feral hogs are an invasive species. They destroy our agriculture and economy. We’ve all heard this and most outdoorsmen have seen the damage they do firsthand. Hogs were brought in almost 300 years ago by Spanish settlers as an important source of meat. Then in the 1930’s, European hogs, or Russian boars, were brought into… Read More Feral Hogs: The Damage Is Done
Mountain Lions | Steve Forest Get ready EWA members!! The Mountain Lion is on the comeback and headed your way. When I moved out to west Texas, I didn’t have much experience with lions, but sad to say I’ve gained lots of experience. The first lion I took was an intriguing novelty, but now after number 45 and… Read More The Mountain Lion is on the Comeback!
There are two sides of the wildlife conservation coin. On one side are conservationists who think the benefits of hunting are exaggerated and that there are other (better) options for wildlife management. On the other side of the coin are hunters who believe you must manage a herd in order for it to thrive and… Read More 4 Facts of Wildlife Conservation
Unexplained Animal Deaths on Your Ranch or Farm (Is it disease, parasites, or could it just possibly your water source?) Over the years since I have been ranching for myself and as also as a young boy helping my father and grandfather on our family ranch, we, like all in the livestock business, experienced death… Read More Unexplained Animal Deaths on Your Ranch or Farm – Is it Disease, Parasites, or Could it Just Possibly Be Your water Source?
Anthrax Confirmed in a Jim Hogg County Calf Austin, TX –Texas Animal Health Commission (TAHC) officials confirmed anthrax in one calf on a Jim Hogg County premises on June 1. This is the first anthrax case in Texas this year. The premises is located approximately 30 miles south of Hebbronville and has been quarantined.… Read More Anthrax Confirmed in a Jim Hogg County Calf
I haven’t hunted my whole life. It’s actually a pretty recent hobby I’ve taken up. My husband is an outdoorsman and would rather be out on a ranch than almost anywhere else in the world. I am very blessed that I was taught the sport by a man who has strong ethics and the utmost… Read More Four Tips for Ethical and Respectful Hunting
What is wildlife conservation? In its basic definition, it is when we protect an animal species and their habitat. We must ensure that species are not only around for future generations but continue to grow and flourish. Government agencies and nonprofits, such as the Exotic Wildlife Association, are dedicated to wildlife conservation. According to the National… Read More 3 Fascinating Wildlife Conservation Stories
Wikipedia have you bored? We’ll help you learn more about the addax antelope without spending hours on Google. The addax is also called the white antelope or “screw horn” antelope because of its white coloring and corkscrew looking horns. These twisted horns can range from 22-32 inches on females and 28-33 inches on males. Longest… Read More The 411 on the Addax Antelope