land 1

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  1. For PTT/mix i would go with big N beasty frigid forage 3yrs going now and always grew very well
  2. my ins said they would i guess the important factor is if fire trucks can get to it which they can at all times of the year. I havent got it but i think would be a good idea....by the way this was State Farm ins
  3. 1st week september, seems to work well for me
  4. i have a DR brush mower that im happy with seems very heavy duty and takes a beating only issue is that i had to replace the belt but simple fix, not sure about finish mower
  5. I have had one on trail cam in 4yrs in chennango co...Never saw one in person tho
  6. He wants more laws but it seems he dosnt really want enforcement of the laws with the new no bail system, how about the laws on the books are enforced and bad guys actually go to jail....
  7. i had good season on 7m, but what was funny my worst weekend for seeing deer was opening weekend of gun
  8. time is running out if hes this much of a homebody wheres hes around every day, and you do bump him he will be around next year, get aggresive
  9. easiest thing and no really maint to plant i found is oats and rye grain and it takes deer pressure fairly well
  10. u can try rye grain seed too grows easy plant in early september
  11. chestnut hills something like that ordered duston chestnuts, they were out of seed nuts so i ordered food nuts worked just fine
  12. order seeds/nuts now and grow your own trees lot cheeper i did last winter planted trees early fall they are doing well so far tree tubes are the most costly item and you need those either way, or some type of protection from the deer
  13. not sure buy since xbow opener i have seen many more bucks then doe
  14. i had really good luck with buck forage oats they were still green on the last weekend of november and getting hit hard, planted first week in septmber and grew very well