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    Default This years food plot pics.

    Some photos of one of the reasons I love tractors.

    Clover pics






    The eagle soybean side by side with ag beans. The browsing pressure was reasonably light this year.







    Brassicas doing well and waiting for some cold weather.



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    Default Re: This years food plot pics.

    Indeed you got the touch.

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    Default Re: This years food plot pics.

    Good for you-they look great. Here is west tn- mine all DIED- planted 6 weeks ago and rained twice within 72 hours after planting Then has not rained now for 6 weeks Today it was 93.. I guess I will try replanting as soon as they forecast rain- whenever that will be..

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    Default Re: This years food plot pics.

    Hey Carver !
    Have you been using that ole King 8' disc harrow to work on them awesome looking food plots ?
    If you have I'd dang sure say you got your $$$$ worth out of that thing(d-harrow).
    Boone
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    Default Re: This years food plot pics.

    Quote Originally Posted by bullbreaker View Post
    Hey Carver !
    Have you been using that ole King 8' disc harrow to work on them awesome looking food plots ?
    If you have I'd dang sure say you got your $$$$ worth out of that thing(d-harrow).
    Boone
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    I love that rusty old harrow, but you must have missed my latest toy ...

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    Default Re: This years food plot pics.

    Quote Originally Posted by hrcarver View Post
    I love that rusty old harrow, but you must have missed my latest toy ...

    So I see,thats almost cheating !
    I;d call the company that makes that "toy",and have them send a rep out to see that plot.You never know they might use that in a magazine advertisement or tv commercial and "butter"your palm.

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    Default Re: This years food plot pics.

    My food plots are coming in, but the seeds sat there for weeks, waiting on rain. I have another week until the opener, and there are a few deer in the area, so I'm hoping that a doe eating in the food plot will bring in a good buck.

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    Love that stand!

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    Default Re: This years food plot pics.

    Musn't be any deer in NC. Clover never needs cutting here, the deer,elk.
    grouse, and turkeys see to that. I need me an electrified fence.=mike
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    Default Re: This years food plot pics.

    Quote Originally Posted by mscheer772 View Post
    Musn't be any deer in NC. Clover never needs cutting here, the deer,elk.
    grouse, and turkeys see to that. I need me an electrified fence.=mike
    Naw, you need more acreage

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