DWGH Farm Projects Thread 2019

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    Pipeline finished up their repair work about 10 days ago and came through on their pledge to rock my field road.
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    What a deal! Each load of rock is about $375 delivered.
     
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    Prezackly! best I can tell they had no less than 6 loads and probably 8.
    I think I'll plant cedars or some other kind of evergreen down the two track back to my big food plot to help screen access even more.
     
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    You have oil well or something?

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    No, TransCanada, AKA “Keystone Pipeline” runs through my place. They detected a dent in the pipeline and had to install a sleeve. Inconvenienced my turkey season pretty badly, but they compensated me and offered to put the rock down as a courtesy. Its going to come in handy for my loggers next week.


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    It finally dried up enough for my loggin buddy to get into the farm. Here’s a few big red oaks, and pallet lumber, select cut of white oaks yet to come. I hope we can catch a dry snap and get this job checked off the list and let the deer have the place for the rest of the summer.
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    Corn update 5/29/19, planted 4/13



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    Added some fathead minnows and crawdads to the pond, transplanted from dads last night.
    Also checked on the corn I re-planted on muddy memorial day. Its spiked up and looking good. Harper had fun running through the earlier corn that was over her head, playing hide and seek.

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    First load of white oak stave logs delivered to the mill.
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    A few more magnums today
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    I planted a couple acres of beans for my buddy who owns a nursery last week and he hooked it up with a couple green giant arborvitae, a whote pine and a red pine. Planted along my field road and mulched them all in. I like the way it looked so much im getting 10 more green giants from him tomorrow to plant. Cant wait to see what they look like in 5 years. I also drilled about 3 additional acres of RWWP bedding in a bag native blend. It never stops...

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    Off to the races... 10 more green giants
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    Are you concerned that deer will eat the arborvitae? They seem to love those things.
     
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    I am not, my pops has several in his yard and theres lots of deer around and they havent messed with them. If they were going to they would have last year with the hardest winter in recent memory. If they jack with them then ill fence em i suppose.


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    Glad i finished by 9, sun got up and its a burner, brunch with family then pool at parents house. Productive morning.
    Snapped couple pix of the corn/beans, looking pretty happy
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    Awesome! Best of luck with them and I enjoy your updates. You’ve got an awesome work ethic.
     
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    The deer hammered his emerald and other varieties of evergreen but haven’t touched the green giants in the last 15 years since he has started planting them.


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    6/13/19 update... 8 weeks after planted corn and 7 weeks after planted beans... would be much better if the sun had shown earlier but i will take it



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    Got fences up on the norway spruce and white pine
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    Operation hickory be gone is almost complete
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