As a Georgia resident and landowner, Jeff Foxworthy spends his downtime on his farm outside of Atlanta with friends and family doing what he loves the most, enjoying the outdoors. He'll be sharing his passion for bowhunting, writing, and quality deer management with you every week. And maybe even a few redneck jokes.
Wildlife biologist Cory Croft and land manager Glenn Garner, as well as a few special guests, will be answering detailed questions from you about how to grow and hold mature whitetails, plot food plots successfully, and manage your deer herd. They will also be providing regular updates on how they manage Foxworthy Farms.
Kim catches a hummingbird and helps it regain its strength with some homemade nectar.
By: Kim Howe This blog is about enjoying the little moments of spring. One of my favorite moments of spring is the excitement of dusting off the hummingbird feeders while the anticipation of waiting to see the first one arrive builds. I selected two of my old time favorite feeders, made my... read more
Kim finds a surprise on the end of her line when she takes a day off from life to go fishing.
By: Kim Howe People joke that I’m the queen of multi-tasking. They wonder how I solely keep up with two highly active young kids, maintain a well-kept house, cook healthy meals, work full time, attend law school (just registered for my second year of law courses!), do volunteer... read more
You know a story featuring guns, horses and armadillos is good!
By: Kim Howe I promised another armadillo story done in cowgirl style, so here it is, complete with guns, horses and armadillos! This story is in honor of my very best friend in the whole wide world, Mary. To put it mildly, you put her and me together, you were guaranteed to laugh. The ideas we... read more
Do not get between Kim and her chickens! Or else...
By: Kim Howe I'm going to share another Crazy Chicken Lady Story. This one doesn't involve a snake, but another scaly creature that was hanging around my chicken coop. A few months ago, I started noticing big holes dug up around my chicken coop. They are a nuisance because I or my... read more
Kim and a snake figure out the chicken coup ain't big enough for the both of them!
By: Kim Howe Spring is right around the corner and that means chicks are going to be hatching and snakes are going to slithering their way around. This story doesn't involve big game, but it does involve a slippery escape artist that was devastating my chicken flock last spring. In my area, I... read more