we planted are food plots in the woods last weekend ,,,and have every thing ready for the fall plots to go in this weekend..have some pics of plots....we will lime it again,,scratch it in ,,,roll it ,,seed it with clover, ,and roll it again,,,,,just got this roller this spring,,,i believe this is a must for fine seed,,,
Now therefore take, I pray thee, thy weapons, thy quiver and thy bow, and go out to the field, and take me some venison.
Genesis 27:3 "The thinking deer hunter should mature through three phases during his hunting life. First phase, "I need to kill a deer." Second phase, I want to harvest a nice deer. And last phase, we must manage this resource so our children and their children can experience the grand tradition of good deer hunting." - Jim Slinsky
if you can find a pull behind planter,,,you wont plant with out it,,my hunting buddy bought a john deer 2 row planter,,cost 350 $ it will plant no till if you catch the ground right....i bought the 2 row cultivator for 150 $ a tractor is a must for this old heavy equipment....with scrap metal prices high this old stuff is getting cut up....we do have a small hare that we drag with a 4 wheeler ,,,best 35 $ ever spent.i will get a pic of it
inside corners are comfortable for deer cause there is cover close on 180 degrees. Thats why I asked about the small plots cause cover is close 360 degrees. So its more comfortable and maybe that would make the big boys show in shooting hrs or visit more often. Just me thinking which gets me in trouble sometimes. And I learning that the shape of the plot can be more inviting to the deer. The hour glass shape is suppose to be best. then there is the orientation to north for optimum plant growth.