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Old 10-06-2012, 12:49 PM   #51
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First hunt of the year this morning. Had 4 does bust me downwind early. Then I had two regulars show up and eat at the feeder for half an hour.

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Saw another doe and fawn and that was it.

The plots look good. They have been up a week since the rain last saturday.

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Old 10-06-2012, 02:16 PM   #52
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Clover is sprouting....durana, crimson, and red.
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It looks like I drilled but I didn't. Cultipacker worked great!

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Overall it doesn't look too had for just one week. I planted oats/awp's in one section and radish in the middle and oats/clover in the last section...all in one plot.

They've been eating the oats pretty good.....this is regular oats not Buck Forage Oats. I can't pay 3 times the money for the same result.... See how they square off the tips when they eat it.
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Its got a few weeds in it but nothing major.


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Old 10-08-2012, 01:59 PM   #53
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Radishes, Oats, and Austrian Winter Peas from this morning. Another rain would be nice.


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Radishes are going crazy....but no browsing yet.

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Old 10-08-2012, 02:06 PM   #54
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Old 10-08-2012, 06:38 PM   #56
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Old 10-08-2012, 07:00 PM   #57
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Thanks.

The groundhog radishes (daikon radishes) are an experiment this year to see how well deer eat them. They've never seen them before so it may take a while.....(even more than one season maybe) to get them to eat it.

They are great for the soil...the radish bulbs get 18" long and really pulls minerals to the surface where it can be used better. The help break up compaction and aerates the soil really well.

The hogs have trampled thru this plot but it still holding up very well. I'l continue to update with pics and how well the plots are getting browsed.
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Just came across this thread. Very interesting. We planted 100 acres of oats two weeks ago down south; have always wanted to grow more...where is this?
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Old 10-08-2012, 07:55 PM   #59
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Just came across this thread. Very interesting. We planted 100 acres of oats two weeks ago down south; have always wanted to grow more...where is this?
I'm in Burleson County just north of Lake Somerville.

Wow 100 Acres! That's big time. Heck my farm is not even 100 acres....
I like trying new things and seeing what works best. In fact I think I like food plotting almost as much as hunting!
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Old 10-18-2012, 12:08 PM   #60
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Updated plot pics...

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Water hole is FULL!
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Looking good! I planted oats a couple weeks ago. The rain on Sunday and on Tuesday should really get them growing. I will take some pictures when I'm out there this weekend.
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Looking good! I planted oats a couple weeks ago. The rain on Sunday and on Tuesday should really get them growing. I will take some pictures when I'm out there this weekend.
Yep post em up! Regular bob oats or forage oats?

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Old 10-18-2012, 12:35 PM   #63
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Just regular seed oats that my dad picked up at the feed store. I normally use the feed oats, but he was buying and thats what he picked up
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The road feeder I used to broad cast them did not do a great job. I might use a spreader like yours next year. You can see what I'm talking about in the GC picture from this morning.

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The road feeder I used to broad cast them did not do a great job. I might use a spreader like yours next year. You can see what I'm talking about in the GC picture from this morning.

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Yep I have a few small bare spots in my plots but nothing major. I may go ahead and overseed in those spots.
I use just a lawn spreader and it works well on medium to large seeds like oats, peas, and radishes. For clover I hand broadcast up in the air and let the wind do its thing....lol. I probably should invest in a hand crank spreader for the smaller seeds.

I'll tell you the best piece of equipment I have is a cultipacker. Its amazing how it helps get seed to soil contact. They are awfully hard to find down here in Texas though.
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Yep I have a few small bare spots in my plots but nothing major. I may go ahead and overseed in those spots.
I use just a lawn spreader and it works well on medium to large seeds like oats, peas, and radishes. For clover I hand broadcast up in the air and let the wind do its thing....lol. I probably should invest in a hand crank spreader for the smaller seeds.

I'll tell you the best piece of equipment I have is a cultipacker. Its amazing how it helps get seed to soil contact. They are awfully hard to find down here in Texas though.
I've never seen a cultipacker around here. I used a chain drag to cover the oats in the post oak sand and ran the disc over the oats in the black land plot.
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I checked the plots this morning to see if they were eating it more....



They are starting the really mow down the oats! These are bob oats...not forage oats. They are squaring off the ends pretty well.






And they have started eating on the radishes too...




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Looking good. Mine are growing and looks like the deer are eating them.

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Looks good Stolle!

One thing I tried to do this year (but it didn't turn out well so far)...was to plant a screen around my plots so the deer would feel more comfortable eating during daylight hours. I planted some switchgrass (grows 7-8 feet tall and thick) and haygrazer. My place went thru a little mini drought in the early summer and it didn't do well. Switchgrass plantings always does better the second year once it can establish itself.
I'm going to frost seed some more switchgrass in late winter to provide even more screen for the plots.
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Looks good Stolle!

One thing I tried to do this year (but it didn't turn out well so far)...was to plant a screen around my plots so the deer would feel more comfortable eating during daylight hours. I planted some switchgrass (grows 7-8 feet tall and thick) and haygrazer. My place went thru a little mini drought in the early summer and it didn't do well. Switchgrass plantings always does better the second year once it can establish itself.
I'm going to frost seed some more switchgrass in late winter to provide even more screen for the plots.
I have been thinking of doing that same thing so its a smooth transition to the food plots instead from harcover to open land. My oats were planted three weeks ago.
Here are some progression pics

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Oooops the last three pics are in this order.
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Looks good Stickinpigs. That slow soaker we got last week was awesome for the plots. One more good one like that would be nice.

For planting stuff like switchgrass (which is a perennial native warm season grass) the prep work has to be done now. Start nuking the are you're gonna plant with Gly.
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Looks good Stickinpigs. That slow soaker we got last week was awesome for the plots. One more good one like that would be nice.

For planting stuff like switchgrass (which is a perennial native warm season grass) the prep work has to be done now. Start nuking the are you're gonna plant with Gly.
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Gotta love it.....

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There is a feeder 50 yards from this plot but they love the clover.

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Old 10-28-2012, 11:14 PM   #77
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Man what a great evening. Deer were moving big time. They are destroying my 2 acre plot. I had 3 does and 7 bucks on it tonight.





Several of the smaller bucks were fighting.




My son unloaded his 20 ga on the big pig herd tonight. He killed about 10-12 pigs with 5 shots with #2 buckshot. Here are three that dropped where they stood.

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Old 10-31-2012, 03:54 PM   #78
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I built a new ground blind today so I could hunt with the kids. Its open roof for now but it should hold 3 people.

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The deer are destroying the oats and clover right now.....heavy usage.
They are eating the radishes too but not like the oats.
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I have a small oat/chicory patch planted. Oats are about 8" tall, but they aren't hitting them too hard. Too many acorns, green around. Nice setups
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Old 10-31-2012, 04:42 PM   #80
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That blind is blended in good man
Great job
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I have a small oat/chicory patch planted. Oats are about 8" tall, but they aren't hitting them too hard. Too many acorns, green around. Nice setups
We had a bumper acorn crop too but they are really hitting the plot. I don't think anyone else plants for miles around. They won't let the oats get above 2-3 inches before they mow it down.....crazy.

The radishes are getting big but maybe 30-40% of the radish tops have been eaten. When it turns cold...I bet they will hammer the radishes.


Thank you guys.
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Good to see your Plot did well for you. Keep up the good work. This is encouraging, definitely will be doing food plots again this summer and spring.
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Boy you are serious! Looks Great!
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How much touble to irigate that 2 acre's?
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How much touble to irigate that 2 acre's?
Well I don't have it irrigated now but I am going to dig out the water holes much deeper and wider to provide irrigation water. They sit right next to the plots (slight elevated above them). So once I dig them out with a dozer I will rig up a hose and pump system for the dry years.
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Now that would be the ultimate!
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We had a bumper acorn crop too but they are really hitting the plot. I don't think anyone else plants for miles around. They won't let the oats get above 2-3 inches before they mow it down.....crazy.

The radishes are getting big but maybe 30-40% of the radish tops have been eaten. When it turns cold...I bet they will hammer the radishes.


Thank you guys.
after the first freeze those radishes will turn really sweet and the deer will be all over them.

cool thread!
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We hunted last night and saw one lonely spike.

This morning we had a treat. We saw only 2 deer but one was a nice 8 point. He was borderline 13" so we passed. He ate radishes and oats for over an hour well within bow range. Then he made a scrape about 60 yards from us! I've never seen that before in person...very cool.

Here he is in the plot.
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Hunted this morning and saw 2 small bucks. Nothing in the plots this morning but they are annihilating the oats and keeping the clover mowed.

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The clover is staying mowed....you can see a few ends clipped off.


The radishes are getting big!
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They have eaten only a couple radishes so far but that should increase after some freezing temps.

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First buck I have taken off my place. He ain't the biggest buck...but he's the biggest buck I've seen...lol.

Shot him at 22 yards....he went 80 and piled up.

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Very nice! Great to see your work pay off
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I pulled a radish today....12" and still growing. I'm very impressed with them so far. Great soil builders too!

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First time I've seen this thread. Great work with the plots, and congratulations on the buck and your hard work paying off!!
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Thanks Jet!

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No problem!

We've tried the food plot thing at my friends place south of Schulenburg for a few years now. We've actually had really good luck with just turning the ground over and letting natural vegetation come up. They seem to like that just as much as anything else we've planted.

Didn't get a winter plot in this year due to tractor problems, but hope to have that sorted out for the spring/summer plot.
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