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Re: Food Plots
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Cultipacker roller works great on large size plots , and yes the tires on your four wheeler work great on the smaller plots , starting on one side , you can see your tracks in the dirt , just keep moving over one tire width each pass .if you have a small disc with tires , or a small trailer with tires , have that connected to the four wheeler for added passes of tires to help out . It does pack quite fast .

Posted on: 7/30 10:04:14
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Re: Food Plots
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And... if I don't have a fourwheeler?

Posted on: 7/30 10:11:48
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Re: Food Plots
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Well I got it planted. Just need some rain now! C'mon rain...

Posted on: 7/31 6:57:55
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Re: Food Plots
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You'll be in good shape. Rain chances Wednesday through Friday. My brassicas are already up. Ground must have been wet enough to germinate!!

Posted on: 7/31 15:46:00
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Re: Food Plots
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Yeah looks like the moisture is moving back in. Even a 40% chance tonight for some storms.

Posted on: 7/31 17:06:02
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Re: Food Plots
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Hoping for rain in northern Missouri on our land down there. Been pretty dry this year. Planted once already when forcast showed good rain but off course it missed. Maybe second time it'll show up

Posted on: 7/31 20:41:09
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Re: Food Plots
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What are you planting Sundie?

Posted on: 7/31 20:54:32
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Re: Food Plots
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Quote:

bottlebass wrote:
What are you planting Sundie?


Turnips radishes rape and clover. Have 6 plots to do so mix em up. The biggest if about 1/2 acre rest are prolly 1/8-1/4. If don't get rain soon might have to put like a rye grass or something that matures quick

Posted on: 8/1 22:06:40
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Re: Food Plots
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When is the deer season in Missouri should have plenty of growing season left down there.

Posted on: 8/2 7:15:06
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Re: Food Plots
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bottlebass wrote:
When is the deer season in Missouri should have plenty of growing season left down there.


Sept 15th

Posted on: 8/2 7:42:56
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