Local Government and Community Affect Hunting Regulations

Pheasant, quail and chukar hunting in Tennessee is not a totalitarian experience; it is quite the opposite, especially at Meadow Brook Game Farm! Although hunters may not think of one of their favorite past times as a democratic, politically-charged activity, it is when it comes to the surrounding community and government. Every year, new regulations… Read more »

Hunting sandhills in Tennessee?

Its call resembles a trumpet of sorts. It has one of the longest fossil histories of any bird still around today. Any guesses? If you guessed sandhill crane, you would be correct! Tennessee and the sandhill crane have quite the interesting history. Seven hundred thousand sandhill cranes call North America their home part of the… Read more »

A quail of a good time: hunting tips and tricks

Part One While hunting quail is not overly difficult, there are some tips you can follow to increase your chances of having a successful hunt. One of the most important things you can do is familiarize yourself with the area before you go hunting. If you know the lay of the land, you will be… Read more »

Meadow Brook Game Farm unwinds you

There are plenty of birds still, swirling through the skies like some avian snowstorm. We have had a terrific season at Meadow Brook Game Farm – the pheasant, quail, and chukar hunting have been great. There have been many happy hunters. The season, however, is nearing its end in mid to late March. I cannot… Read more »