The following article is from Alabama Outdoor News. Click here for the full article. Big Buck Project Breeder Bucks Released Into Marengo County Plans to release farmed deer into the wild deer herd in Marengo County—arguably the heart of Alabama’s deer herd—have reverberated across the deer world, drawing both praise and opposition—most of the opposition [...]
Big Buck Project is discussed on the radio show “Gettin’ Outdoors” with BigDaddy Lawler and Hale talking about some of the media attention.
Mr. Roy Jordan has been releasing deer on his free range property for 17 years and tells us all about the Big Bucks he is growing now
Big Buck Project in the News. Article below by Jeff Dute, read full story here. In an effort to enhance the deer herd’s genetic structure and possibly spur economic activity, organizers of a new program in Marengo County plan to begin releasing breeder bucks with proven trophy potential at numerous sites this fall. The Big [...]
As seen in the September Issue of Great Days Outdoors. “On the Stump with Hale”
It was a beautiful Saturday afternoon for a dove hunt as fifteen male and female hunters gathered on the edge of the field shortly after noon. The anticipation was evident by the spirited conversations and smiles. [...]
Hale discussing the Project with BigDaddy on the Gettin’ Outdoors Radio Show Saturday Morning
Tutt Land Company and the Big Buck Project Partners are excited to announce this revolutionary new initiative to restore Record Breaking Genetics to Marengo County’s deer herd. How are we going to do this? We will be releasing 200″ genetic Breeder Bucks into the wild all across Marengo County in the fall of 2012 (yes, [...]
SO IT BEGINS – Hunting Season 2012.
Well, it’s here! Hunting Season has begun in South Alabama. From all reports it looks like the opening day of dove season was a huge success. There were plenty of good opening day dove hunts being reported for yesterday. Here is a familar scene from yesterday’s hunt. A [...]
It’s that time of year! Deer hunters have done their summer duties of taking mama to the beach and should have secured enough points by now to ask for a little time to go scouting for that elusive big buck. August is the perfect time to capture bachelor groups of bucks while they are feeding [...]
In the outdoor world, Marengo County is often discussed for the Black Belt soils that contribute to the some of the largest whitetail deer growth in the state of Alabama. Sometimes overlooked is how great an area this is for trophy bass lakes. The alkaline soils found throughout the area are well [...]
While you are down on our beautiful gulf coast this summer watching the waves and enjoying some good seafood, don’t forget about your deer herd. Many nutrient draining processes such as antler development, fawning, and milk production are taking place at this time. Most summer plantings for deer are high in much [...]
The Alabama Whitetail Record Books have been around for a while now and we found it interesting that not many people in our area know where the state record deer was harvested (typical). The “Joe Gandy Buck” was harvested on January 31, 1993 on a farm south of Faunsdale and north of Thomaston in Marengo County. [...]
Every year we like to spend time with local 5th graders in Marengo County and provide them with the opportunity to learn some things about our great resources. One of the questions that we ask them yearly in the classroom before we go out on a tree farm is whether they think it is a [...]