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Offering a 80 acre hunting parcel on our 170 acre farm for you to hunt our many whitetail deer, turkeys, grouse and small game. The farm is a paradise for deer with over 300 wild apple trees throughout the property, open meadows, hay fields, deep timber and water in multiple places. We're only a ~3 hour drive from NYC making us a great weekend hunting getaway in a beautiful & serene setting. This is the western half of our farm. The property is 8 miles east of Norwich and 18 miles west of Oneonta where you will find lodging, dining and shopping. Available to purchase is our move in ready, 4 bedroom, 4 bath home, nice post and beam barn and some or all 169.35 acres. Property is available with farm equipment and/or furnishings. Book your hunt on our farm through our LandTrust profile. Hunts available now: https://www.landtrust.com/l/grassmere-farm-west/5d8ca598-ce8a-44a6-983b-f91e70f7e472
Two videos side by side to compare hunting pheasant and grouse. A third video to be added to this page in the near future. The next time someone says pheasant are helpless and all that, refer them to this. http://nydovehunting.weebly.com/videos-difficulty-of-hunting-pheasant-compared-to-ruffed-grouse.html
Hi: I live in the Adirondacks in the village of Bloomingdale, located in Essex County. I have been hunting for over 40 years, am a very active 65, married since 1972, retired from the Air Force and love to hunt. I am a certified New York State Hunter Educator and would like to meet a similar experienced hunter with whom I can partner with. Usually you don't see this type of topic, but, hey, it does not mean it will not work. Just maybe there is someone out there with a similar need. Here are some of my preferences: I prefer tracking deer, but on occasion will sit early and late in the day. If you followed Larry Benoit and his sons, that is how I like to hunt. I really enjoy the hunt, the shot is secondary. I like hunting small game as rabbits, grouse, and pheasant. I used to have a Brittany that was an excellent dog, but now I have no dogs. I respect all game laws and will hunt all day in areas far off the beaten path. Shooting a deer is not the most important result in my hunts, the enjoyment and quality of the hunt is what matters to me. Why am I looking for a partner? Going alone can be dangerous especially if you get hurt or need help. Then there is always the work after getting a deer. Two people make the job so much easier. I would prefer someone that has a similar past history and lives no more than a 60 mile radius from me. If most of my preferences interest you, send me a message. Thanks for reading and if you have any questions, just send them. You never know.