Craig Knobel - New York Food Plot Services food plot photos
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Based in Honeoye, New York
Craig Knobel
(585) 746-7045
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Property Services:
  • Hunting Property Management and Development
  • Design/Install Food Plots
  • Bush Hogging
  • Predator Control
  • Soil Analysis
  • Access Road Installation
Food Plots:
  • Food Plot Design, Installation, and Maintenace
  • Soil Analysis
  • Bush Hogging
  • Weed Control
Woodlot Management:
  • Timber Stand Improvement
  • Small Scale Logging (low impact)
  • Sugar Bush Management
  • Post Logging Cleanup
Property Layout:
  • Property Maps
  • Property Line Maintenance
  • Gate Installation
Other Services:
  • Stand Placement/Construction
  • Predator Control
  • Trail Camera Set-up/Monitoring
  • Equine Pasture Installation/Management
Lets Get Growing!
By choosing Wildlife Innovations you can be sure that you are acquiring the most economical solutions to achieving the goals that you have for your property.
Wildlife Innovations understands that most people simply do not have the time or equipment necessary to establish and maintain high quality food plots. We do whatever is necessary, from property evaluations and site plot consultations, to performing plot services from start to finish.

Wildlife Innovations will perform an evaluation of your property to not only save you money, but also save you time, by helping you narrow down the areas of your property that are best suited for plots.

Wildlife Innovations may save you money by preventing plots from being planted in areas that are less suitable (i.e. drained soils, moist soils, steep/erosion prone sites, etc.).

How much property do I need to plant food plots?
You can plant food plots anywhere, the more land you own and maintain, the more effective the plots will be.

I don't hunt deer. What other kinds of wildlife can I expect to attract by planting food plots?
We can design plots to attract most anything from song birds to turkey to whitetail deer.

What can I expect by planting food plots on my property?
By planting plots on your property, you can expect to see a healthier more abundant amount of wildlife on your property.

How big are food plots?
The answer depends on the actual amount of deer habitat you and your neighboring properties have, carrying capacity of your land, and the amount of soil you have that is food plot friendly. A good rule to go by is 10-25% of your land, with it being split 50/50 between cool season and warm season plots.

What is the recommended maintanance for food plots?
Food plots require only basic maintenance, this includes periodic mowing to control weeds, spraying selective herbicides, and topdressing plots with lime, fertilizer, or re-seeding as required.

  • Considerable cost savings as we use the most modern and efficient methods and equipment.
  • Confidence that things are done right the first time.
Contact Us:
Wildlife Innovations
Craig Knobel
(585) 746-7045