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    Shotgun Red Dot Sights

    Bro got a vortex one - pretty cool. Think it was a bit more $ though.
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    Running field tile for better drainage, less erosion, production, etc.

    I didn't get cost share through government. What's details on cost share you have seen? Our office is overloaded & they usually have to look things up.... Last I checked they had terrace cost share. I guess I didn't look into tiling though. Probably need to ;) What's the program and...
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    Iowa Solo Turkey Mission

    Yes! Smashed that old bully!!! Great hunt!! & ya- one in a billion u repeat that set of events again!
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    Running field tile for better drainage, less erosion, production, etc.

    Here’s vid of tile job. It’s not that expensive, in relative terms & also based on how much increases production, rent, land value, etc. I had some wet spots that drained poorly & some areas washing. This will fix all that. A food plotter could do this with a skid steer & trencher or a...
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    Nebraska 2021

    Wow!! No shortage of turkeys there!! Congrats on one heck of a hunt!!!!
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    Apple/Pear Trees

    Buddy asked me this weekend “if u had to pick one apple variety & one pear variety - what would u pick?” I can’t just do one but my answer was Arkansas Black apple & kieffer pear. Both hardy & great on disease resistance. Late droppers, etc etc Few random tree pics from last week.
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    The last few weeks projects & pics... updating....

    End of day today was more AG related... finishing tile jobs. More ideal to do in fall. But in this scenario it made sense. Few pics & I ran duals over with a “reverse disc” (whatever this is called) - to close trench. Worked nice & with some time- make it better.
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    Anyone seeing fewer turkeys?

    What’s the thoughts? Nest raiders like coons, possums, etc ? Coyotes eating nests & young? All of these: trapping been way down for 5-7 years now. Bobcats are hard on them & I do find some kills likely from them. What are some of the main ideas you all might think may be leading to this?
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    Current Timber sale Lumber prices

    All of this is really good info!!! Wow- good time to pay attention to certain demand.
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    I didn’t. I’m a slacker!!!! Several buddies did and turned out really nice. I probably won’t get to em this year with all the crp ive gotta do either :(. Next year!!! conventional is fine if u get down 2 groups of herbicides (my suggestion). Plus your burn down or post emergent (Gly +...
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    For both seasoned folks who “mastered the Dbltree topics” or the “newbies”.... the best way to continue the Dbltree legacy & “pay it forward” ..... Ask those questions. & the seasoned folks - take a little time to help answer & chime in for folks. Show your process & results. I know it’s...
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    The last few weeks projects & pics... updating....

    Tractor has better: down pressure & travel speed. Getting one connected has a few more hoops to jump through but minor. skid steer: want bigger skid steer. Wider tracks preferred and heavier/bigger the better. Like it as it’s quick to connect & run & simple. Not as fast & not as much down...
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    The last few weeks projects & pics... updating....

    Don’t get cheap one. Don’t get bobcat brand or bradco, etc. Some good ones.... dutchman, Vermeer, Caretree, big John, etc. heavy duty is a must!! They really are not expensive if u shop for a solid buy on a well built machine. They are Simple so get heavy duty & not hard to repair if...
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    Based on that.... it almost has to be variety then. I can’t think of any other explanation! Bizarre but keep updated & post results of New alfalfa seeding. Nice tractor btw! Like it?
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    Wow. Your checklist is perfect. PH is good, you put on P&K. This is tricky for sure. Your stand even looks amazing!! Minor thoughts: Your magnesium is high. Can cause issues but I doubt that’s it. I didn’t see boron, zinc or sulfur in there which is common. IMO- I would ask coop to make u...
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    The last few weeks projects & pics... updating....

    Well- I’ll keep it going. Tile, trees, etc. TILE. this is large scale but doing tile on wet areas is just huge. Fields or even plots- proper drainage is key. Can do this with a skid steer trencher for not a lot of $. Here’s the start. here’s a few projects this week. I added more fruit...
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    Just to be sure.... fertility still jumps out at me... & a few other ideas.... 1) u corrected the fertility & PH at planting or before. Right? 2) do u recall if it called for micro nutrients and did u add them? Boron, sulfur, zinc, etc. 3) how long has it been in? If u have been pulling...
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    Alfalfa is looking great!!!! It’s been green for quite a while now & lot of deer grazing. Tender growth & being mowed by deer. Such a HUGE key to building premium nutrition immediately after winter. Also, when deer are putting nutrients into skeletal structures & antlers. Early green...
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    Pine Creek and Coon Creek Wildlife management area

    First week or 2 in nov is probably the busiest on any ground. Don’t know about that one but I bet it sees pressure on those dates. one side note.... if u happen to not tag out then.... have ability to call in “very sick” to work from about nov 18-30..... the ground will slow way down...
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    Gravel road booze cruising....

    If u look at the photo- the path to the river does look a lot like an “exit ramp”. The river could appear to be just a paved cross road. Probably an old lady just trying to get to town for some milk & eggs. :p:D;) we have booze & meth central about 3-4 miles away so we are blessed with these...
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