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    Default Food plot pics week 3

    Here's the plot after 3 weeks. We also cut the small hay feild on the left of the plot. You can see the difference in the pics. Lots of fresh cut clover in there.

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    If you missed them here is week 1
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    Heres day one August 21st.
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    Looks good! I can't tell from the pic, how much difference in the utilization cage compared to outside the cage?

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    Looks great.Got my seeds in the ground last night and it has rained all day.I got the crud and got to stay in the rest of this week
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    Quote Originally Posted by Basinboy View Post
    Looks good! I can't tell from the pic, how much difference in the utilization cage compared to outside the cage?
    None,I took it down just after I took the pic. With all the green they have back there Im not to worried now that it's established. I dint even noitice the difference in the hay field until I downloaded the pics. Wow did it green up fast. And the oats you see on the back hill are doing very well.
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    Cool pix, I always enjoy seeing what everyone has for foodplots. We planted a Buck Forage Oat plot on Sep 2., I'll try to snap some pix of it this weekend.

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    Your plot looks good. I just did mine about 10 days ago, which is about 30 days late. I can't hunt where mine is anyway, just winter food.
    The winter oats are about 3" tall and the brassicas just barely up. Don't know if either will amount to much before the hard frosts gets them. I shoulda done it sooner! Good luck with yours jdawg240, looking good for sure!
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    Week 4 pics.....no rain in 3 weeks. Good thing we planted low.


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