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Nooner limb hanger

Yesterday I was out on one of my favorite properties doing a little running and gunning. A bird fired up on a neighboring property but wouldn't budge. I did several maneuvers around and got into a better position. The bird finally decides he's had enough, shuts up, and moves off. I finally decide to heck with it and pack up. Clambering out of a ditch, and into a crop field I notice a bird strutting in the shadow of a pine tree still hugging that fence line but now on my side of that particular fence. I hadn't gone terribly far so assumed it was the same bird just doing what birds do
.. being stupid. I was lucky enough to have my reaping fan and was also lucky enough to get it up in time he didn't spook. He dropped fan and walked close enough for a shot. I was very pleased with his hooks and the fact I didn't have to carry him up the hill I had just climbed out of. I glanced at my watch, it was 12:05, just in time for some Casey's pizza.

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New use for an old product

Hothands-2.jpgTurkey sam-2.jpg

It was cold enough Saturday that I needed hand warmers. Sunday looked to be the same so I opened the handwarmer pack before I went out. What a difference a little sunshine makes in a blind. I just couldn't waste the $0.99 so I put them to good use. MMmmmmm, warm turkey sammich.

A turkey was hunting turkey while eating turkey. There is a a certain symmetry to that.

Talk to me about crimpers

As I no tilled beans into several standing rye plots Saturday I was thinking.... man I should get a crimper.

Holy expensive! Why? They seem so simple.

Wonder how a cultipacker would do. Obviously not as good, but good enough?

Teaching kids about plots, farms, etc- one suggestion.....

One of the best ways to start learning about food plots, habitat, plants, farms, etc - start with a garden!!!! Great for kids & teaches them tons of lessons & value. This is how this city boy started learning at about 8-10 years old. We do some of our landscaping with native grasses & forbs & fruit trees. It’s garden time here!!!
even for u adults newer to plots- a ton to learn from gardening!!!! & a heck of a lot better than anything you will buy in the stores.
Below is tonight- “no till” ;) beans & peas. Then carrots, lettuce & a few other things. I tag along & work on my native crabapple trees from seed, chestnut, persimmon, etc.

from earlier years.


Diluted round up rate for clover?

Can anyone tell me how many ounces too use per gallon to spray clover. I have one clover plot that is getting different clumps of grass and another one that has great looking clover but has a lot of some yellow flowered weed. Like to just use round up and spray both. Thanks

Strainer size

I have 100 mesh filters at the nozzle but the filter from the tank seems like it's 50 maybe 40. Can I just run 100 mesh higher up the supply if I can find one that big? I can't see it being a psi restriction issue but idk. Does anyone know?

2 speed Hydro vs 3 speed Hydro on tractors

So I am in the market for a new Sub compact tractor between 35 & 40 HP range just wondering should a person shy away from something that has only 2 speeds vs 3 speeds just wondering what your guys thoughts are out there.

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blakesburg wrote on Darrin's profile.
If you still have Mossberg for sale I will come get it this weekend. If not before. Thinking of getting my 13 year old a Shotgun instead of having him shoot my muzzleloader
mzldr4life wrote on smithhunter1975's profile.
I'm interested in both of the nicer Leupold scopes.
Rutty wrote on SB3's profile.
I saw that you planted winter greens by whitetail institute on a prior post. Did you have good luck with them? Did they produce big bulbs? Any better than regular brassicas and turnips? I’m looking to plant them and curious as to what you thought of them. Thanks!
rackhunter wrote on chipterp's profile.
Hi there,

I read your spring time project acc nd it sounds like uou might be selling some land?
Can you tell me how many a res as nd where if your looking to sell .


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