This past week, The Foxworthy Farm was a wonderland of deer activity. With the rut underway, the deer are dogged in their pursuit to breed – moving with no rhyme or reason other than to find a mate. It is the best time to be a hunter, and Jeff put the land management on hold to enjoy the woods and... read more
Trail cameras are one of the most beneficial tools in managing a deer herd. Just about every landowner or hunting club out there has a few trail cameras laying around camp, so why not put those cameras to good use gathering information that can help you better manage your deer herd? So you have some land,... read more
“It don’t matter how good your foodplots are, if he ain’t beddin’ near the food you don’t stand a chance.” -Jeff Foxworthy This week we’ll wrap up the history of how we got to where we are on The Farm. When Jeff bought the farm there was little more than native... read more
The story behind how and why Jeff Foxworthy purchased his Georgia farm.
Last week I left you with the promise to tell you how Jeff came to own nearly 3,000 acres in the beautiful state of Georgia. I’m sure many of you are probably asking yourselves “Why in the world did Jeff Foxworthy, who we can all assume could own property anywhere in the country, decide to... read more
“We do not inherit the earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children”—Native...
Not everyone is lucky enough to be born into a hunting family. Some people come to love it later in life. Either way, sooner or later, it gets in your blood. You find yourself wanting to buy the best equipment to hunt with, finding the best land to hunt on, and for many folks all of that changes with the... read more