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Old 02-11-2012, 03:44 PM
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I have a hunting farm in way North Missouri. We have 95 acres and it has, since we started planting food plots, some nice deer. We also have a lot of Turkeys. I think food plots are the reason. We have large farms all around us and once they harvest the crops, the critters have nothing to eat. Our little honey hole helps out the situation. We have found that using a cultipacker has allowed us to prepare plots from 1-2 acres to 1/8 acre size plots. All you have to do is scratch the ground, run over it with a cultipacker, seed and fertilize, and then run over it again with the cultipacker. Mother Nature will take over. I have had a clover field that is on it's 5th year. I plan on reseeding this spring. These can be small enough to be pulled by an ATV.
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Old 02-14-2012, 01:57 PM
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I actually build these in St. Louis. See craigslist St. Louis.

Cultipackers are the way to go. MO BILL
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