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  1. #81
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    Dry ,corn looking kinda rough ,deer smoking nut fields hard already

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    Update on the peas......some look great and some got hammered. Looks like we will be planting again at some point.



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    Looks like your deer approve of the work you put in. Pretty nice buck growin there..

    Well done.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nitro5x6's View Post
    Looks like your deer approve of the work you put in. Pretty nice buck growin there..

    Well done.
    Thx. Interested to see how much heíll grow.


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    Very nice!! The deer seem to be enjoying the fruits of your labor.

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    Looks good to me.

    Broadcast mine and have alot of.volunteer wheat in there but got some deer groceries.

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    Did you use a pre emergent?

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    Quote Originally Posted by duckchoppin View Post
    Did you use a pre emergent?
    Nope


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    Looks like our herd. Great Job BW.
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    Is it odd that there a no fawns in with this group? We have a serious coyote problem on this tract.


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    Some long nosed does in that group. Do you have any fawns on cameras?

    I'm getting fawns and pregnant does on my cameras. But I've noticed some of my does will disapear from cameras this time of year. They go to the thick stuff to raise their fawns.

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    some good horn growth already
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    Quote Originally Posted by uga_dawg View Post
    Some long nosed does in that group. Do you have any fawns on cameras?

    I'm getting fawns and pregnant does on my cameras. But I've noticed some of my does will disapear from cameras this time of year. They go to the thick stuff to raise their fawns.
    Iíve got 2 fawns on 4 cameras. I had a couple pics of does that donít looked like they dropped yet but not sure if the are just fat.


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    Quote Originally Posted by b35w View Post
    Is it odd that there a no fawns in with this group? We have a serious coyote problem on this tract.


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    no. it is not odd, at all.

    plots look fine. quit worrying.
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by b35w View Post
    Is it odd that there a no fawns in with this group? We have a serious coyote problem on this tract.


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    Give it a few weeks and I bet those does will have babies in tow. They do a good job of keeping them out of the open until they are big enough to escape danger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gut_Pile View Post
    Give it a few weeks and I bet those does will have babies in tow. They do a good job of keeping them out of the open until they are big enough to escape danger.
    Hope so


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    Some are doing better than others. Got my target picked out for the year.



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