CRP Land Management

Food plots in Missouri not only attract wildlife but also help manage the land, build healthy and productive soils and prevent soil erosion.

Food Plots In Missouri: How Do You Manage Food Plots?

October 6, 2021

  Food plots in Missouri not only attract wildlife but also help manage the land, build healthy and productive soils and prevent soil erosion. They can help keep unwanted trees and underbrush from regrowing on land that has been cleared. For a number of reasons, food plots in Missouri are beneficial for wildlife enthusiasts, hunters,…

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If you need CRP land management in Missouri, Tallgrass Land Management is here to serve you.

CRP Land Management In Missouri

September 15, 2021

If you need CRP land management in Missouri, Tallgrass Land Management is here to serve you. In 1985 the federal government created one of the largest private lands conservation programs in the United States, known as the Conservation Reserve Program (CRP).  The U.S. Department of Agriculture has charged the Farm Service Agency (FSA) with the…

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Food plots in Missouri are a supplemental food source supplied to wildlife such as deer, birds, turkey, quail, pheasants, and more.

Food Plots In Missouri From Tallgrass Land Management

July 21, 2021

Food plots in Missouri are a supplemental food source supplied to wildlife such as deer, birds, turkey, quail, pheasants, and more. Whether you’re looking for deer food plots or wildlife food plots in Missouri for your Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) land management, you can turn to the experts at Tallgrass Land Management. Not only do…

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Brush hogging in Missouri is the most common form of eliminating brush for hunting, farming, pasture, Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) maintenance, and land development as well as a variety of other uses.

Brush Hogging In Missouri

July 7, 2021

Brush hogging in Missouri is the most common form of eliminating brush for hunting, farming, pasture, Conservation Reserve Program (CRP) maintenance, and land development as well as a variety of other uses. While it is primarily performed with a tractor, for steep embankments, pond dams, ditches, and narrow pathways this work is best performed using…

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