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Why Sawtooth Oaks Are A Hunters Good Friend!

Posted on September 7, 2014 at 4:05 PM

We all know that the best hunting lands have plentiful food sources to draw and hold the wildlife. If you are looking to quickly improve your hunting oasis you might look into planting a few Sawtooth Oaks. These oak trees are known to be one of fastest growing trees in its youth. Not only does it grow quickly but yields acorns within just a few years of planting. As it grows the tree is a good shade tree as well and sports yellow to golden brown leaves in the fall. These trees reach about 70 feet in height once mature and have leaves similar to a chestnut though a little bit smaller.


We have been raising Sawtooths for a few years, and planted hundreds of them on our properties. The photo below shows a tree that was planted as a seedling four years ago. We see numerous acorns that will drop this year. We have a variety of trees for sales in McDonough, GA or in Falls of Rough, Kentucky and provide hunting land consultations. Give us a call at 678.583.0994 or visit us at bradjonestaxidermy.com.


 

Categories: Trees and Food Plots

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