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Unread 12-19-2007, 02:35 PM   #21
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Thanks Yamaha4life
Haveing never been in Virginia is the soil there
like Ga. ... Clay and hard . Was this with a ATV harrow ?
And did you have to weight the disk down much or not.



Thanks guys ,
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Well the soil here is about 20% clay. Its not like Georgia (Never been there but seen it on the Dukes of Hazzard) The soil up here can have just a little bit of rain on it and if its tilled up first its a sink hole of mud. I added 4 cinderblocks to the top of it. I wish I still had the stupid thing around here I would take some pictures of how it did it....
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Unread 12-19-2007, 02:36 PM   #22
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Thanks Netmxer,

I didnt think of the co-op
but its sounds like thats the way to go
if They will do it . There are some farms around up
there . Im going up after the first of Jan and will talk
to some farmers when I do go .

Thanks again Buddy

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Im not sure if you have any Southern State stores around there they will test the soil too.
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Unread 12-19-2007, 03:20 PM   #23
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Thanks buddy,
This is what I plan, but smaller ... like 1/4 acre to .5
Is there any way to calculate the lime and fert and seed
for a project this small that you are awre of.

Im planning on a shooting house up to 10' in the air with ramp
for me to get up there with a wheelchair, but it depends on
the wood to build it with , $$$ wise .
If I cant then I'll build it on the ground.
I have a Amerastep Dog House Blind, but dont want to leave it
set up all the time ( wheather elements break it down quick )

Does anyone here have any shooting house plans
Id like to build one at least 5x5x10' long with windows and tin roof.
Got a lot to do for a guy in a wheelchair LOL
But this part of what makes it exciteing BCW
I searched the internet for plans and found a place to buy the plans. I would see if a friend knows a framer, they would be able to set you up with a good blind and probably wouldn't charge much.


Netmxer is giving great advice. Go for it and send us some pics
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Unread 12-19-2007, 10:53 PM   #24
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I Have some plans and some pics.

But I cant seem to get them posted .
A good friend sent them to me for another project
out in Montana for kids to hunt that are in a wheelchair .

Yep Netmx does have some great info
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Here's pic's of my old G9 pulling the small bushhog.

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Unread 12-20-2007, 08:21 AM   #26
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Good pictures spriddle
The bush Hog and cart seemed to work great together
on this . I will be looking for one of them in the future
just for that task .

Thanks for shareing

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Here's pic's of my old G9 pulling the small bushhog.

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Where did you get that at? Ive seen them at northern tools but there pretty pricey.
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