“Hunting at HK Farm”
What makes the farm unique? Well, there are several key factors that create a great habitat for wildlife. For example, the southern style woodlands, the Ohoopee River is only ½ mile away, the 15 spring-water feed ponds and the variety of yearly planted field crops and plots. In the midst of the hunting grounds planted pine trees, native grasses, and open fields with wheat, sunflowers, corn and assortment of millets planted year round.
Whether it is feeding off sunflower or millet seeds, the dove population has an exception environment for maintaining a healthy diet and nesting area close to the pine trees, sand mounds, and ample water supply. The families of duck love the Ohoopee River and come inland to feast on Japanese millet in the 15 ponds located on HK Farm as well as the 3 ponds located on HKJ Ranch. The exquisite quail enjoy the “morning clover” and wild berries throughout the farm. In addition, the quail flourish and feast in the native grasses on the farm. The wild turkey love the abundant Chufa grass, more commonly called “nut grass,” on the farm. They thrive while roosting among the oak trees surrounding the fields. With a strict management program in place to preserve growth, HK Farm has it all when hunting for incredible whitetail deer. The whitetail deer love eating the ample supply of nuts and fruits from the farm’s variety of fruit trees. The beautiful wooded area is home to numerous deer.