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Thread: Deer Plots

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    Deer Plots

    Planted 6 Thursday and 3 Friday.
    Few pix.


    Swamp - planted Thurs - very fertile & retains moisture very well

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    BullDozer - planted Thurs - very fertile & retains moisture very well

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    PigPen - planted Thurs

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    RedGate - planted Fri

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    BehindMamas - planted Thurs

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    Never regret getting old, it's a privilege that many don't get!

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    Looking Good! When I planted mine, it was unseasonably cool and wet. It all germinated and for about 3" tall before the drought. Now, they are both dust bowls..😁 Just before a rain yesterday I broadcast Cereal Rye over both plots. Now we could use a rainy few weeks.

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    Thanks, would have planted earlier but tractor stayed broke down for about 5 weeks.
    We planted just before Hurricane Nate expecting several inches of rain.
    My county was forecast to have 60-70mph winds, which Praise God did NOT happen.
    We had very mild wind and 1+" of rain Saturday night plus another rain Monday.
    Plots should do really well this year.
    Last year we were in a drought and none of them did much at all.
    Have a seed spreader for my 4 wheeler coming Thursday, so hope to put out fertilizer this weekend or first of next week.
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    One ole lonely hen in my backyard, that I've seen 3 or 4 times lately.
    She's trying to scrounge a few kernels of corn that the deer did not leave.



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    Doe in back yard getting her salt fix for the morning--9:12am.
    Good thing Benny didn't see her.



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    PigPen


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    Your place is so pretty Cisco!
    TRL says: "When it comes to hunting, if your persistence doesnít pay off, you didnít persist quite long enough!"

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    Bushogged the PigPen yesterday.
    Gonna try to finish today.
    Weeds and trees as tall or taller than tractor in 1 year.


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    We have a lady down the road that feeds the local buck herd by hand When I was out for a walk she was surrounded by horns at least ten bucks in her front yard. A horrible accident waiting to happen.

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    I need to come hunt with you,,,,,lol

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