Hadley Creek Outfitters and Mossy Oak BioLogic Announce Partnership

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Hadley Creek Outfitters partners with Mossy Oak BioLogic
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Pike County, IL -(Ammoland.com)- Hadley Creek Outfitters is pleased to announce that it has contracted with Mossy Oak BioLogic as the exclusive seed for all Hadley Creek food plots.

“We’re happy to be partnering with an esteemed organization like Mossy Oak BioLogic,” said Harrison Lane, Operations Manager of Hadley Creek Outfitters. “Mossy Oak BioLogic continues to lead the industry in nutritional forages and products that help build and maintain a healthy whitetail population.”

Since their founding in 1997, Hadley Creek Outfitters of Pike County Illinois has reached the pinnacle in whitetail hunting by becoming one of, if not the, best outfitter in the nation. Hadley Creek Outfitters has been constantly producing trophy bucks for their clients by maximizing habitat and maintaining their properties through careful management.

“This partnership will be exciting as we’ll see the effects of Mossy Oak BioLogic seed on a well established, trophy whitetail population,” said Bobby Cole, President of Mossy Oak BioLogic. He said, “we believe that Mossy Oak BioLogic’s advanced seed formula will result in bigger and stronger bucks at Hadley Creek Outfitters.”

About Hadley Creek Outfitters

Hadley Creek Outfitters is among the nation’s top outfitters. They offer guided hunts for both turkey and whitetail. Their trophy quality has improved since their founding, and clients frequently kill 150 or higher trophy quality whitetails. Besides having trophy whitetail, Hadley Creek is well known for their excellent catered food services and luxury lodging with easy access to hunting grounds.

About Mossy Oak BioLogic

The beginning of the BioLogic family of products is the result of two individuals’ dedication to managing white-tailed deer. There was no written business or research plan; instead, BioLogic’s inception is rooted in Toxey Haas’ passion for chasing and raising whitetails and Dr. Grant Woods’ intensive passion for researching and managing deer herds to their full potential. Beginning in 1991, Dr. Grant Woods started researching a specific deer herd. His research would last seven years and was designed to demonstrate the results that could be achieved by a typical group of sportsmen who properly implemented a quality deer management program.

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