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Got a few pics...we have had way to much rain, but the sun is going to shine for the next week and that should get them going good
This is are family Grave yard.. My wife's Great Grandfather was buried here in 1897 ..i am proud to take care of it
The 2nd & 3rd are the grave yard plot



And this is the pond i made a few weeks ago before the rains came again
i did it with a box blade behind my tractor...
I sowed the road with rye grass, and planted oats on the far end of it.
 

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Looking good on the new plots and pond. Lot of family tradition on the homestead and taking responsibility to honor the past ones is great, I highly admire that. I'm calling PA tonight from work to get an update on my plots, hope something grew, especially the bucks! Doesn't look like I'll get back there prior to bow season.
 

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Great job with the plots delbert. You have food and water and that ought to be a great treat for the deer. You are taking care of the family land and that is very nice.
 

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Called PA last night and the food plots are a total loss. Man a lot of work lost, must have been the rain and rotted seeds or drove the seeds too far down. Don't really know but what a bummer.
 

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Thanks guys
my summer plots did OK but they are full of grass, with all the rain and replants , i never could get in there to cultivate the plots at the right time
I need to put the floats back on my 4 wheeler
 

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great stuff guys some new guy was asking about plots maybe ya can help em out
 
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