Bylaws revised eff. 10/15/2016
Kentucky Whitetail Farms, LLC
"Book a private farm for the entire season"
Farms from 205 to 925 acres are still available at fantastic prices.
Here are a links to a couple of examples:
The Crider Farm
located in Caldwell County just outside Princeton KY is approx. 925 acres mostly
in crops of corn and beans. There are narrow seams of woods mostly around the
creeks and low areas. Much of the adjoining property is in woods. The farm is in
one piece only separated by small county roads. The lease will include access to
a large covered storage area, perfect for leaving atv's, stands, feeders and
other supplies. You can actually park an RV on the very large concrete pad
there. This lease does include the fall and spring turkey rights. In my opinion
this farm is a tremendous bargain at $4750. Copy and paste the link below into
your browser for a map and photos:
The Young Farm
is near Crofton KY and about 30 minutes from Hopkinsville. We stayed in the
Rhodeway Inn there for less than $50 per night. This is one of the most
beautiful farms you will ever see. It is approx 450 acres of pasture, hardwoods,
CRP, hay fields, power lines and creek bottoms. This farm is surround by miles
and miles of mostly unhunted woods. This is the type farm that could
consistently produce 150 class bucks because the habitat will allow them to age.
That is all they need in West Kentucky, one of the top B & C producing States in
the country. The only thing lacking on this farm is plots which the farmer said
he will allow plots to be established. That will create an unbelievable place to
hunt. This is an expensive farm but worth every penny for hunters looking for
both quantity and quality. The farmer is looking for someone that will be
willing to invest some time putting out minerals and establishing plots. We can
#1 B&C State in the County
2012 Archery Bucks
14 points opening day velvet trophy taken by SPHC member
136 inch 280 lb Giant 8 pointer
taken 09/08/12 by
with an awesome velvet trophy taken
2011 Modern Gun Harvest
October 15th 2011 Muzzleloader
"Providing what you want"
Our farms have from very low to no hunt pressure which produces very good success rates. All of our farms are located in Zone 1. Information about the seasons, license, bag limit, weapons and much more can be found on this link to the Kentucky Department of Fish and Wildlife Resources, http://fw.ky.gov/pdf/deerguide1112deerhunting.pdf.
We have been and continue to manage hunting land for trophy deer in Alabama for the past 20 years. Articles on our trophy deer and management program have been published on the Buckmaster's web site, in the Outdoor Alabama Magazine and the Summer 2012 edition of Deer and Deer Hunting Magazine. We believe our experience has helped us select choice farms. Since we work full time jobs for our livings, we are able to limit the number of hunters on the farms and keep the prices extremely low.
This is truly a Midwest type hunting experience just a short interstate drive from home at prices far less than what you might pay otherwise. Give us a call, text or email and we will be happy to come up with a farm just for you.
Mike and Chad Lincoln
2011 Archery Harvest
For lots more photos and videos click on the link below.
Hunt prime farms in famous West Kentucky about a 5 or 6 hour drive from Birmingham and Atlanta. Over the counter and on line annual out of state license and deer permit is only $190. According to Field and Stream West Kentucky is the number one area in all of America for producing Record Book Whitetails. For the experienced hunter this is a rare opportunity to use your experience & skills to save hundreds even thousands of dollars. You will be provided a low pressured West Kentucky farm. Giant mid-west type bucks are why you come to West Kentucky. Our farms are in the very heart of the famous "Kentucky Three C's" Christian, Caldwell and Crittenden Counties. This area is known nationwide for the quality bucks it produces every year. Professional hunter Stan Potts killed a 198 inch giant on opening weekend of bow season last year just a few miles from our farms. Your deer permit includes a doe tag so everyone should return home with venison.
Archery: Sept. 1 – Jan. 21, 2013
YOUTH: OCT. 13-14 & DEC. 29-30
Early: Oct. 20-21
Late: Dec. 8-16
Crossbow: Oct. 1-21; Nov. 10 – Dec. 31
The link below gives you an overview of the three farms. You may to pan slightly east to find the third farm.
Fifty percent of the hunt cost is required within 14 days of booking your hunt. The balance must be received at least 10 days prior to your scheduled hunt date. A full refund of deposit will be given if the hunt is cancelled with at least 60 days notice. Only a very limited number of hunts are available so call 256-441-6834 or email email@example.com for more information or or to book your hunt.
"BOOK YOUR ROOM EARLY"
The City of Princeton Kentucky is just a short distance to all of the farm. There are two motels in town. The key is booking early. The 16 days of modern gun season is West Kentucky's version of Daytona Week . Hunters come from all over America to hunt the giant whitetails in this area. Stan Potts killed a 198 inch monster opening weekend of 2011 bow season just a few miles from our farms. We stay most often in Princeton at the Express Inn 112 Hwy 62 Princeton KY. 42445. Their phone number is 270-365-2001. email: reservations@expressinnprincetonKY.com. In Princeton there are more than 15 restaurants and a Super Wal-Mart.
The State of Kentucky has no limit of the number of does you can harvest in a season in Zone 1 where we will be hunting. Your $190 license will include two deer. Only one of those can be a buck. We ask that guest not harvest more than two does per hunt. If you book an early bow and a modern gun, you can take up to four does total, two each hunt. You will need to purchase an additional State permit to harvest more than two deer, the cost is $15 for two more does. We have used two processor and they both did a great job. There is a deer processing plant located in Hopkinsville. They are also a State authorized location to donate your deer to the Kentucky Hunters to feed the hungry program. During the modern gun season they may not be able to take donated deer because of the large number brought in at that time.
Livingston Meat Locker 8485 Hopkins Road Hopkinsville, KY 270-269-2333
The nearest processor to the farms is:
Kentucky Specialty Meats, Inc. Hwy 91 S. Princeton, Ky 270-365-1702
AFTER YOU BOOK
You will receive an email confirmation of the farm you booked. It will include a form outlining the refund policy and release of liability required by the landowners. You will print, sign and return the form along with 100% of the hunt fee 14 day of receiving the email hunt confirmation. You will be provided a map of the farm you will be hunting and a written permits for you and your guest.