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    sounds good, T. I need to come see your place someday!

    another question....since I'm just a nobody with no pull and no large equipment....
    what other "mix" would you plant next to your sunflowers? preferably deer resistant outside the fence type stuff....
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Millet

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    I have a couple acres plowed and disked beautifully. I am hoping to spread some pre emergent for corn and sunflowers this weekend and hoping to plant an acre or so of corn.

    I will admit the amount of herbicides available and herbicide information for sunflowers is confusing
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    Quote Originally Posted by Highstrung View Post
    Millet
    but its so unsavory. paltry, even.
    I dont want people to see it. or admit it in open court.
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    It's uber hidden and private, inaugural season. Rome wasn't built in a day

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    but what if I have to go on the internet and say something stupid like "i had a great dove shoot over proso."
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    Not even the plow..

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    Sorghum sucks to find birds in

    Benne seems weird, except for those delectable little cookies

    You've got to have some corn though

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    Pigweed?

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    Have you secured your grit piles?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rabbitman09 View Post
    Nope. We never plant ours until the first of May. I would have them planted by May 15th.
    When we planted for doves, we were told that planting before the end of turkey season could be construed as baiting since we were not in the farming business. So, we have not done any planting of any sort before the end of the season.

    And then there are those in the club that think a tractor running during turkey season will run off the turkeys. We hunt nearly 4k acres. Go figure.

    Same folks don't like us working in deer season.

    A lot of these folks are friends of 2th. I will blame him. Please note sarcasm.
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    there will be no pigweed.
    there will be no corn
    except sweet corn

    i have no grits but apparently people like to dump their oyster shells up there...
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rp View Post
    When we planted for doves, we were told that planting before the end of turkey season could be construed as baiting since we were not in the farming business. So, we have not done any planting of any sort before the end of the season.

    And then there are those in the club that think a tractor running during turkey season will run off the turkeys. We hunt nearly 4k acres. Go figure.

    Same folks don't like us working in deer season.

    A lot of these folks are friends of 2th. I will blame him. Please note sarcasm.
    ha. I'll tell them myself if they think a tractor is gonna ruin there poor turkey season. thats ludicrous. but its also why I am not a member of a club like this these days.

    and i am not a DNR agent but you cant tell me I cant plant corn in my duck pond during april.
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    I mowed the remainder of my standing corn right after dove season and had too much corn still on the ground to risk turkey hunting on the main parcel this year. Farming and hunting aren't compatible on the same acreage according to DNR's discretion in enforcing baiting laws, unless it's a duck pond and even then, you better not knock any stalks over. I've had my lease farmer ruin part of my dove season by planting cover crops even though it was by definition a normal agricultural practice. I do not trust game wardens to use common sense anymore.

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    Hey 2th, I got nothing to add to this conversation.

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    Plant them right on through the end of June.
    U serious Clark?

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    parker for the win! (the only worry I have with late planting is not having available food on the ground PRIOR TO the opening weekend)

    and thanks, First coat. How's the new boat???
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    Boat is great thanks. Trolling motor is on multi month backorder apparently. Got motor break in going on now and a trip to Edisto in May.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rp View Post
    When we planted for doves, we were told that planting before the end of turkey season could be construed as baiting
    They can construe themselves in the ass. Make them see you in court. Shit, beg them...

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    Total horseshit
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