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#2033030 - 08/16/10 06:27 PM fall/winter food plots what to plant?
Thicketmaster
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what kind of food plots have u guys been planting to really pull the deer in from other properties? i planted a mix of clover and winter peas last year and was kind of dissapointed in the deer sightings.a friend keeps telling me to plant biologic full draw he said he has never seen a field eat up as bad as 1 planted in this?
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#2033062 - 08/16/10 06:47 PM Re: fall/winter food plots what to plant? [Re: Thicketmaster]
deerchaser007
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No food plot i have ever planted has pulled deer off neighboring properties,.. and i've planted alot,.. it has made them visit my property,.. mostly at night,.. thats the bad part,.. but you can get more visits with a good food plot. BUT,.. you want to pull deer in,. cover is the only thing that will do that!! Cover & food,.. now your really talking!!
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#2037134 - 08/19/10 12:18 PM Re: fall/winter food plots what to plant? [Re: deerchaser007]
W.Seay
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I'll take cover of food plots any day!But winter wheat and rye is my favorite!
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#2040275 - 08/21/10 10:38 PM Re: fall/winter food plots what to plant? [Re: W.Seay]
turkinator
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#2040338 - 08/21/10 11:40 PM Re: fall/winter food plots what to plant? [Re: turkinator]
shelbydeer
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i will make my own mix .....winter peas,oats,clover and wheat
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#2041293 - 08/22/10 09:42 PM Re: fall/winter food plots what to plant? [Re: shelbydeer]
ShaneHallum
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I planted Rye and Winter wheat and made a clover plot too
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#2044363 - 08/24/10 09:05 PM Re: fall/winter food plots what to plant? [Re: Thicketmaster]
Boone 58
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Wheat and clover mix of ladino is hard to beat...and or wheat and oat mix with ladino clover......these just work in wayne county really well!
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