corydd7

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  1. corydd7

    Pear tree in bad health?

    Yup there alive. Sun scald is what I'm thinking. I go up again next week I'll take some better pictures. Thanks for all the help everyone.
  2. Checked in on the pear trees I planted last year and almost all of them have the same thing going on. Some worse then others but I have no clue what's going on. I'm not expecting good news, does anyone have a guess on whats wrong? Trees are caged.
  3. Snow is finally gone, I seeded two plots today. If the deer didn't like the turnip they could have just left it for somebody else.
  4. Anybody have success or failure with their food plot seed? I understand most people will either say just go to your local ag supply or whitetail institute (I do both) but I'm interested in anything that works. As always thanks for any input.
  5. corydd7

    Easter Card pull - a few toms

    I like that deer in the first picture practicing his karate.
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    What's for dinner tonight?

    Your on a roll the last couple days. Did you sous vide the eggs? Looks awesome btw
  7. corydd7

    What's for dinner tonight?

    No short stay for business. The rest was up to my wife, stayed on the main strip.
  8. corydd7

    What's for dinner tonight?

    Top picture is Jacks bbq bottom is Peg Leg bbq in Nashville. Whoa baby did I chow down on some brisket and pulled pork sandwiches the past few days. Bbq country music and some pretty women not to bad down here.
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    No till plots

    Great idea for deep woods kill plots. Spray twice and plant wheat or rye. I've read all about no till plots, another point of reference is Growing Outdoors on YouTube they refer to no till as the "buffalo food plot system".
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    Frost Seeding Clover

    Ugh what a bummer, went to camp today expecting 2-5 inches of snow with thunderstorms the next two days. Ended up having snow to my knees and I didnt bring my snow shoes. Put some cameras out and had a hell of a quad workout. Im going to wait two weeks and try again. Last year the first week of May was when all the snow was gone.
  11. corydd7

    What's for dinner tonight?

    Backstraps, blackened salmon, garlic potatoes and asparagus. I can taste the difference between an Orange County deer compared to a ADK deer for sure. Harvest, process, and cook the same way.
  12. corydd7

    What's for dinner tonight?

    Stuffed peppers with cream cheese, cheddar, hot sausage and garlic.
  13. corydd7

    Busy Day in the NFL

    http://www.espn.com/nfl/story/_/id/26242951/browns-acquiring-obj-giants One less Giant distraction
  14. Earliest I can frost seed is the last week of April. I was chomping at the bit last year but snow was 6 inches deep till May. I've seen people say not to mix red and white clover because they compete with each other. Chicory and clover is what I've had success with as far as mixes.
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    What's for dinner tonight?

    Bob Kraft special. Went upstairs for a massage after my meal.