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Long-leaf pine, for which Georgia is famous.
In the Home of the Long-Leaf Pine
Just back from a few days on a plantation outside Thomasville, Georgia, spiritual and actual…
Speckle-bellies steadfastly ignoring our pleas.
For reasons that completely escape me, I have a persistent memory of a cooking show…
Not a bad morning’s take. And after all, how many pheasants can a boy eat? • Photo by Heidi Schaefer
Pheasants (Not Quite) Forever
One of our purposes here at the Gray’s website is to deliver flash reports from…
All young dogs make mistakes in their first season—and learn from them as well. Setting realistic expectations and getting your dog back on track is key.
First Season Expectations
You’ve built up to your pup’s first hunting season—but what should you expect from your…
"Hunting," by Ogden Pleissner (1905–1983) Courtesy of The Sportsman’s Gallery, LTD., Charleston, South Carolina
The Grouse and the Goose
The first bird came on a bright October day in North Dakota, near Scranton. My…
A Grouse Quartet
It stirs you more than any love of country, the master wrote, yet it has…
Billy and the Field Trial
He was born in April in the middle of a high-mountain snow storm. His mother,…
Puppies have powerful appetites and are always on the lookout for the next meal.
How Much to Feed a Sporting Breed Puppy
Puppies are a lot of things. They’re curious, they take a lot of naps, and…
I’ve had hunting dogs all my life. English, Llewellin, and Irish setters. Beagles, Weimaraners, Labs,…
You have only a short window to support a puppy’s development. Feeding a puppy food that provides nutrition with comprehensive benefits from the start is key.
What To Feed a Sporting Breed Puppy
The puppy stage is over in what can seem like the blink of an eye.…
For active puppies that will develop into working and sporting dogs, selecting a performance puppy food designed with an optimal nutrient profile can help fuel their active lifestyle and help sustain healthy growth and development.
Can Sporting Breed Puppies Eat Adult Dog Food?
Sporting breed puppies are bred and trained to work. As a result, they have very…
Dietary protein helps maintain muscle mass and promotes muscle growth but it isn’t the be-all and end-all when it comes to muscle health. A dog relies on an interconnected mix of other nutrients to put protein to use.
Key Nutrients That Support Healthy Muscles in Sporting Dogs
When it comes to optimizing performance, professional athletes know the importance of healthy muscles. The…
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