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  1. #21
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    As a backyard(and front yard) dove fielder, I approve. Looks good, dhall..
    I had an ant farm once......them fellas didn't grow shit.

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    turkey factory
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Good looking field you got there D. If you get the food there, you will kill birds. I planted mine the first week of June with the grain drill. About 2 weeks before the season opens, bushog a couple rows. I bushog a couple rows every week from that point on. Go back over what you cut the prior weeks too. Got to keep it clean. If you keep fresh seed on the ground and good bare dirt, the birds will come to it. We have been doing it this way for over 50 years.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dhall1693 View Post
    Any one want to share some photos of theirs cut/burned prior to the starter
    Cut it as close to the ground as you can. Doves want clean ground where they can get grain and grit.
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