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It's time to hunt your property with a strategy that delivers results.

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Step 1: Collaboration

A great design is built on partnership. Before we start, we will:

  • Take an in depth look at your experiences, needs, goals, and vision for the land.

  • Review hunting methods, points of access, and neighboring influences.

  • Blend our proven design concepts with your land usage preferences.

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deer trail in snow

Step 2: Scouting

Next it is time to lace up the boots and start scouting. What to expect:

  • Observe existing features and discuss habitat improvements and principles that will improve your land.

  • Continuously mark waypoints of current locations of bedding, feed, and travel as well as any proposed improvements.

Step 3: Design

We compile all the information and start to develop a habitat plan that influences deer movement tailored specifically for your whitetail property. In the plan you will find:

  • Food Plots (kill plots, trail plots, destination plots, and soft mass)

  • Bedding Areas

  • Travel Routes

  • Water Holes

  • Mock Scrapes

  • Access Roads

  • Warm Season Grass & Conifer Screening

  • Edge Feathering

  • Timber Stand Improvement

  • Tree Stands & Blinds

  • Hunter Access

  • & More!

Step 4: Report & Follow-Up

The habitat plan is delivered with a detailed report and an opportunity to schedule a follow-up to review and ensure you are fully satisfied. Within the report you will find:

  • Personalized videos explaining how habitat improvements work together as a cohesive system.

  • A guide for the habitat improvement process on your deer hunting property.

  • 40+ pages of additional reference material loaded with implementation tips, food plot and product recommendations, suggested tools, and habitat pictures.

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whitetail habitat report
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Working with a consultant to develop a habitat plan for your whitetail property through an on-site visit has plenty of benefits. Here are just a few:

  • Customized Approach: No two owners are alike, and neither should two plans be the same. Each client has unique needs, capabilities, and resources for land management with different approaches, abilities, and interests in the various hunting seasons.

  • Relationship Focused: Some in the industry approach this process as a transaction: one day, one sketch, and they are gone to the next, never to be reached again.  But transforming land takes time and follow-up, answering questions, and additional services are often needed.  Our team is reliable and committed to returning every call, text, and email to help you reach your goals well beyond the initial property visit.

  • Comprehensive: From the introduction where we get to know more about you and your land all the way to to submitting the final deliverables, you can expect an unmatched level of detail. We pride ourselves in continuously adding helpful resources to our plans and reports.

  • Legacy: Multi-generational success is the focus for many as they develop their properties, intending to leave behind a heritage of quality family times and love of the land.

  • Increased Land Value: When your land ownership strategy is focused on adding value in the short term, executing a well-designed habitat plan can help increase the market value of your property.


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These southern Ohio hills are tremendously difficult for myself to read at times. It’s always trial and error ( a lot of wasted time) we only get so often to hunt out there...I reached out to Greg and by the end of that week he had boots on the ground at our 300 acre lease. He gave awesome insight on what he thought were good spots, mock scrape spots, travel routes… This saved of a lot of years in time on our property that we don’t get to get out to all that often.

Rob J.


How does the consultation process work?

  • Our process starts with an initial assessment of your property and your goals which we will use to guide the on-site visit. After the on-site visit we will put together a detailed habitat design and report that includes graphics, writings, and videos filled with recommendations and implementation strategies.

How long does it take to see results from a habitat design?

  • Results will vary, but many landowners start seeing improvements within the first season of implementing their plan. Long-term benefits will continue to develop over the years.

What specific habitat improvements might be included?

  • Improvements can include food plots, bedding areas, stand/blind locations, travel corridors, mock scrapes, and more.

Do you offer ongoing support after the initial consultation?

  • Yes! We are always available to answer questions about implementing the habitat plan and also offer additional services to ensure your property continues to meet your goals.

Can I implement the habitat improvements myself?

  • Yes. We will provide you with a detailed plan and recommendations that allow you to implement the plan on your own. We also offer land management services to help implement the plan if you prefer.

How much does a whitetail habitat design cost?

  • The cost will vary depending on the size and location of your property. Prices start at $2,450 for properties in a consultants home range. Please contact your regional expert for more info.

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Professional whitetail habitat specialists.

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