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How to Gear Up for Whitetail Deer Hunting Season in Missouri

3 Tips for Deer Hunters for Whitetail Deer Hunting Season

1. Be prepared
Deer Whitetail HuntingThe temperature can change quickly during whitetail deer hunting season in Missouri. Because of these potentially drastic climate fluctuations, Lost Quarter Farms recommends layering your clothes. Coveralls, heavy coats, neck warmers, caps, and high-quality, weatherproof boots are an absolute necessity during the winter months. Continue reading

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Reasons to Hunt at Lost Quarter Farms

DeerHuntingAffordable Deer Whitetail Deer Hunting Near St. Louis, Missouri

Just three miles west of the charming town of Mendon, Missouri lies one of the most fertile hunting grounds in “The Show Me State.” The area’s agriculturally rich environment is well-known to attract monster white-tail deer bucks and is one of the top five locations to bag a big one. Few other outfitters have the expertise, facilities and knowledge about Missouri deer hunting than the guides at Lost Quarter Farms. Continue reading

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IMG_1022Ballad of Tom Bash

We’ve a shire reeve in our shire

We’ve a chieftain in this town.

We’ve a good man, bad for bad men,

We’ve a law that’s not down

Home from the garden party,

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Miss Mary & Swan Lake

I hear the beating of their wings and my pulse quickens.

Just as surely as the sun rises in the east, the Canadian geese turn south as fall approaches to the vast land and lakes of Chariton County, Missouri.

If it were not for the stealthily independent spirit of Miss Mary Stewart, there might not be a Swan Lake Wildlife Refuge. Continue reading

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Out in the Missouri Woods

Lost Quarter Farms hunting area lies 3 miles west of Mendon, Mo., a small town in Chariton County.

Lost Quarter or LQ, is bordered by Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge and Yellow Creek. It is accessed by private bridge over this waterway. Tall Oak and Hickory trees tower over 70 feet high. You immediately get the feel of being in another world and can easily leave your work and worries behind as you weave through the wooded lane past the LQ duck lakes and approach  the lodge. Continue reading