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Samuel Old discusses wildlife management with Luke

Samuel Old joins Luke this week to talk about wildlife management
Luke Clayton
Samuel Old joins Luke this week to talk about wildlife management

This week, Luke visits with his friend Samuel Old from Virginia and the topic is managing for wildlife. Samuel is an astute student of the subject and in today's show, he shares some of the things he's learned through years of managing his farm for wildlife. to learn more about Mr. Old, visit his  Facebook page, Craig's Creek Deer and Wildlife Management. Email Luke Clayton through his website www.catfishradio.org 

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