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  1. I'd leave em for a bit and do as grow said plant a couple hard or soft mast trees in there. Based on the season you want to hunt there. Early, mid, late. Then cut those pines n such down after the one who ones take off well Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  2. I will at so.e point, either rat planting date or overfeeding time seed in clovers. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  3. I will be doing pure soybeans, if I can get ahold of the tara soybeans I will get a bag of them and mixed with the ag beans I have already picked up. If they get hammered I will just overseed in the brassicas when they're due. I will have 3.5 acres between 2 soybean plots planted. And they will be about yards apart. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  4. Nothing super thick. Lots of bedding near by but, in the logged area it's already nasty thick with tops, and I'd only imagine even more thick in a couple years with new growth emerging. If granted permission I will plant some fruit trees as well. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  5. I just roughly measured the area, its about 1.25 acres. Going to be small for soybeans without a fence but we are going to try it out. The double beam will be going over the top for sure! Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  6. Yea if i can get it cheap enough, depending on the shipping price.. im going to grab a mix of ag beans, group 1 and a group 3.5, lab lab, and cow peas. I've made up my mind i guess. It will be a first for me planting the cow peas and lab lab, anything to expect here, grow?? beside hopefully annihilation from the whitetails lol
  7. First off, for anyone who has heard it before, i'm talking on behalf of my "Murder Plot".. in this discussion lol In the Aerial Map, This is a neighboring property I basically have exclusive rights too.. The big weird shaped white box is an area that is being logged, actually i would say 85 -90% clear cut for all of its soft wood, pine, poplar etc... The gray lines/box are new, nice and wide dug roads they dozed to skid the wood out. IMO great for food plot trails clovers and grains.. The red lines are the property lines. Green areas are food plots and its species labeled.. Black lines are food plot screens. My "Murder Plot" is the plot unlabeled, all that is left of it, is a patchy White and Red clover plot. The 2nd picture i took yesterday from the yellow star looking south. And the Drone picture is a picture of this same area, this past January, From the East looking West(Neighbors clover plot in back).. So I'm looking for some ideas, I dont have the extra time this year again, to spend making things perfect and exactly how i want them to be, having a baby boy due next month. But to get at least some groceries going for now, i was thinking as soon as they are done skidding(which should be real soon) and right before a rain, seeding some grain and clovers into my plot and into the extended "gray dozed area" south of it. Or planting some bean/pea blend in there for summer forage and over seeding Brassicas/Clovers in August, figuring that beans in an area of this size will get hammered. This area is awesome for early archery season, hence the reason i had clovers here. So ideally id like it to be good for early bow.. and possibly Late season as neighbors typically give up.. I am in competition with the neighbors trying to have better food and pull deer lol Many well managed acres around.. Thanks in Advance
  8. I've owned many red dots, and the cheaper ones, even though still adjustable. Totally suck unless in low light conditions. The tru glos and many others are much brighter. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  9. Love those Browning cams. Ive always wanted to leave a deek out with a cam set on it. Just dont want to do it on my hunting properties lol. Way cool.
  10. That is so awesome, and impressive Moog!!
  11. Nice! We designed and just made a compact version of a no till drill to pull behind a quad. Just add some weight. And the tow behind roller. Pictures are from the "almost done" time frame. Lol Next is a setup for a 3pt system. With a disk I've got laying around. Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  12. Same here, lots of blossoms .. few bees Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  13. Sweet. I pull an 8ft disk with my 28hp cat as long as it's not too wet Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk
  14. Nice ride! Gas or diesel? Sent from my SM-G920V using Tapatalk