How To Do A Controlled Burn For Deer And Turkey
This is Huntin’ Land, the podcast for landowners and land hunters. If you like to stay up to date on hunting tactics, land management, land values, and land market dynamics, this is the podcast for you. On this episode, Joe and Clint talk with Carl Childree with the Alabama Department of Conservation and Natural Resources and Brian Sheppard with Brush Clearing Services on the benefits and techniques for a safe and effective controlled burn for deer and turkey. They define control burns, explain the frequency, timing, prep, and legal permitting to get you started. Enjoy the show.
As a landowner, it is important to know what your land is worth. You may find yourself asking the questions like, “how much is my land worth today,” “how much is my land worth per acre,” “how much is timberland worth,” “what is my farmland worth,” “how much is agricultural land worth,” and other such questions. Many factors go in to determining the value of land and seeking out the wisdom of experts is a great place to find the answers to your questions.
Each week, on the Huntin’ Land Podcast, we will bring in various experts to help provide answers to the important questions landowners have. This week we have our “What’s My Land Worth” segment with Jason Burbage of National Land Realty.
How to do a Controlled Burn for Deer and Turkey
Controlled Burning Definition
– Intro to Brush Clearing Services
– Defining a controlled burn and getting the basics on frequency, size, etc
Benefits of Controlled Burns
– for wildlife
– for timber
– for safety
Controlled Burning Techniques
– safety considerations
– site prep
– done for you services
This week’s show has been brought to you by Joe Baya and Clint Flowers, members of the top producing team at National Land Realty, the fastest growing and most innovative land brokerage in the nation. With hunting season right around the corner and interest rates at historic lows, now is a great time to be buying or selling land. If you want to learn more, shoot us an email at email@example.com or call us at 855-NLR-LAND.