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Post Re: Food plots 2012
yea i know a few people that do it on the side for extra money but i dont think you could make a living in NY just off of putting in food plots. Ive really been wanting to put in a field of corn at my uncles farm we would have to hire somebody to do it and im not sure how much it would cost to plant a full field.

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Charlie, awesome plots!

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Post FOOD PLOT PICS
Here are some pics of Pat and my food plots taken today. We planted these last year with WILD GAME INNOVATIONS BACKWOODS BLEND NO-TILL. These plots are in residual growth stage. The perennial seeds are now in full growth and showing great grain pods. Remember lots of grain means big deer. The plot is now consisting of three different types of clover,winter wheat,forage oats and tetraploid ryegrass.
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This property consists of three plots and man I can't wait to fertilize. Will mow these plots in Mid June this will allow clover to thicken up and all the grains will reseed and grow fresh for early fall. Pat and I got to get his cameras put out and we should get some great trail cam photos.

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Post Re: Food plots 2012
They do look great. When I saw them last they were browsed down to the dirt almost. Wont be long before they start to hammer that field again. Ddi anyone see any good bucks over there last year? That gas line could use some work too......... has a ton of clover and with a littl TLC could also be an incredible spot.


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Post Re: Food plots 2012
C.Beck wrote:
Did anyone see any good bucks over there last year?


Charlie, Darrell said there was a big 10 pointer back there last year in the 130's. I never saw it but I did not run many trail cameras back there last year, especially after my camera was messed with! I plan on getting a lot of cameras back there this year.


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Charlie,
Yes,
my son and I both saw a nice approximate 130 class 10 there last year during the rut. But no shots.
I just finished mowing the clover strips now just have to spray with POST now. Maybe I can borrow your sprayer for a couple hours saturday or if your off maybe we can get together and spray it.
Darrell

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Plots look great darrell. Cant wait to see what kind of trailcam pics you guys get in there this summer.

John


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I think I will be working Saturday until about noon but if you want to take my sprayer feel free. I will leave it in my driveway for you. Its really easy to use. If you want I can leave the quad and all at Pats.


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Well to all you Fathers out there Happy Fathers Day! I took a ride today to take a look at Pat,Charlie and my food plots at a piece of our club property. On the way in I noticed a baby fox laying dead in the drive. Probably a coyote. The plots were mowed and sprayed last week and wow is the clover popping. Can't wait to hunt those plots this is their second year we planted them last summer so the deer should have a better pattern on them now and looking at the trails leading to them that is true. when we were there brush hogging we cut a trail about 500 yards long into the back part of the property which was clearcut about 6 years ago and when I walked the trail today the deer are really using it should be good spot for a couple small secret plots. This property is a trophy management area 6 pt or better and no stands are allowed to be left you must bring out what you brought in. So the deer move more naturally. Besides I love my LONEWOLF CLIMBER the essence of stealth. Well we will keep you posted.

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