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Unread 04-19-2008, 07:56 AM   #11
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One of last years plots
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Unread 04-19-2008, 09:55 AM   #12
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thanks for the pic, I hope to have one planted this fall
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Unread 04-19-2008, 08:05 PM   #13
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I got about a 2 acre plot of corn planted this week. I disced and sprayed about 2-3 weeks ago. This week I disced, spread lime, spread fetilizer, and disced again. I was able to borrow a friends 2 row planter so that was the easiest part. I was surprised how far a bag of seed corn would go. I planted the two acres and had some left over.
Fertilizer is sky high. It was $12.95 a bag for 13-13-13. Cost me almost $200.00 in fertilizer and $35.00 in lime. I still have to apply some more nitrogen in 3-4 weeks. Hope to get my peanuts and sunflower in ground at that time.
I took some pics of camp, food plots, and stands but left camera behind. I'll post em up later. Good Hunting, Mike
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Unread 04-20-2008, 05:56 PM   #14
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To keep the coons from climbing the feeder legs try screwing strips of carpet tack strip to them.

Then you just have bloody paw prints everywhere.
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Unread 04-20-2008, 08:29 PM   #15
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To keep the coons from climbing the feeder legs try screwing strips of carpet tack strip to them.

Then you just have bloody paw prints everywhere.
LOL, Now that might work
Have you tried this ?
Anything to keep them out of the feed would be worth a try !
Them and Hogs has to be the Dangest things set out to destroy
the purpose of feeders.
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Unread 04-20-2008, 08:44 PM   #16
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I got about a 2 acre plot of corn planted this week. I disced and sprayed about 2-3 weeks ago. This week I disced, spread lime, spread fetilizer, and disced again. I was able to borrow a friends 2 row planter so that was the easiest part. I was surprised how far a bag of seed corn would go. I planted the two acres and had some left over.
Fertilizer is sky high. It was $12.95 a bag for 13-13-13. Cost me almost $200.00 in fertilizer and $35.00 in lime. I still have to apply some more nitrogen in 3-4 weeks. Hope to get my peanuts and sunflower in ground at that time.
I took some pics of camp, food plots, and stands but left camera behind. I'll post em up later. Good Hunting, Mike
Man , thats something I still have to get yet is fertilizer, almost dreading it too
How much lime did you have to put out Mike ?
I have heard fert. is sky high now, just havent wanted to see how high LOL.
I know its probably needed , but I might just go with putting out lime the most of and hold back on fertilizer . For one thing Im considering is the amount of rain We all Hope to get this year.
Kinda caught between a rock and hard spot, a dang if you do and dang if you don't
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Unread 04-21-2008, 08:52 AM   #17
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LOL, Now that might work
Have you tried this ?
Anything to keep them out of the feed would be worth a try !
Them and Hogs has to be the Dangest things set out to destroy
the purpose of feeders.
I have not had to use them on mine but other guys on the lease use them. They eat from ground now, not hanging upside down spinning feed to their buddies.
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Unread 04-21-2008, 08:13 PM   #18
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If i was allowed to plant i think i would go with biologic. What about yall?
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Unread 04-21-2008, 09:39 PM   #19
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If i was allowed to plant i think i would go with biologic. What about yall?

Y'all cant plant food plots out there ?

I have never tried Biologic, I've herd lots of good things about it
but havent tried it Maybe we'll look into it for a fall plot trial ...
in a small area.
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I have not had to use them on mine but other guys on the lease use them. They eat from ground now, not hanging upside down spinning feed to their buddies.
LOL

Guess they keep the feed purty much ate up
after the feeder has cycled. What about the deer ?
What are they eating ?

Dang Coons Start trapping them in live traps
and move them to the other side of the tracks they are realy welcomed
on that side
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