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Old 01-24-2022, 10:16 AM   #1
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Another dang good thread in 2021 again with some great deer killed by us all. Congrats again to all! Heckuva year after a solid rain year. With protein, cottonseed, alfalfa, turkey and coon killing season coming up it's time to start a another one. You cranky MLD boys can still post in 2021 if you'd like. It's still open..

Time to cut back the corn and start up the offseason feeding, praying for rain and looking forward to thumping a few Toms in turkey season. Birds numbers look better than the last couple of years when the numbers dropped significantly....so we're really excited for April to get here at our place. Gonna change it up with a few popup blinds and ambush points in new areas this season.

Post up your pics and stories fellas as usual: Hunts, trail camera pics, LDPs, work weekends, new projects, food, drinks, coons and other varmint carnages are all welcome! The more participation the better the thread. Here's to a bountiful 2021 after a solid Angelo area hunters season despite more Corona! And ...Oh yeah F Corona and her sister Omicron!!

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Old 01-24-2022, 08:25 PM   #2
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always my favorite thread !
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Old 01-24-2022, 08:28 PM   #3
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In again and hoping for another good year.
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Looking forward for another year, bringing on the rain.
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We got some killing kicked off today. Had a helicopter fly and got 23 pigs taken out
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Old 01-24-2022, 08:59 PM   #6
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We got some killing kicked off today. Had a helicopter fly and got 23 pigs taken out



Man I bet that made you sad..
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Bad thing is that was with only flying about half the property
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Crazy how fast 2021 flew by!!

2022 is starting off really dry….Sure hoping for a wet Spring.
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Old 01-24-2022, 11:55 PM   #9
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Crazy how fast 2021 flew by!!

2022 is starting off really dryÖ.Sure hoping for a wet Spring.

Yes sir. Need some big time puddles! Stat!!


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Bad thing is that was with only flying about half the property

Why would they not fly the whole place?
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Old 01-24-2022, 09:46 PM   #10
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I’m trying to take out a big ugly boar that’s bullying the deer at the feeder on a friend’s place.
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Old 01-25-2022, 03:16 PM   #11
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Will be in Schleicher Co. for 22-23 season from Tom green 21 season - am I Still allowed in Smart haha
We’re loading out 2 tons of cotton seed this weekend - wish my back luck
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Will be in Schleicher Co. for 22-23 season from Tom green 21 season - am I Still allowed in Smart haha
Weíre loading out 2 tons of cotton seed this weekend - wish my back luck



Lotta folks in here from Schleicher and that's definitely surrounding area. We are not far from the TG/ Schleicher county line ourselves. Good luck on the nut kick of shoveling..
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Old 01-25-2022, 03:35 PM   #13
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Lotta folks in here from Schleicher and that's definitely surrounding area. We are not far from the TG/ Schleicher county line ourselves. Good luck on the nut kick of shoveling..
I definitely do enjoy the area
Yes sir one shovel scoop at a time
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I know Bone Thug killed a stud but did y’all’s bucks seem down in 21-22 season? Seems like ours were. They ate 1/3 of the protein they normally do because of a wet summer.
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Old 01-25-2022, 05:56 PM   #15
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I know Bone Thug killed a stud but did yíallís bucks seem down in 21-22 season? Seems like ours were. They ate 1/3 of the protein they normally do because of a wet summer.
We were down bad overall on our place, but we passed a lot of deer that were dang good bucks, so hopefully 2022 is off the charts.
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Old 01-25-2022, 06:19 PM   #16
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I know Bone Thug killed a stud but did y’all’s bucks seem down in 21-22 season? Seems like ours were. They ate 1/3 of the protein they normally do because of a wet summer.

We were solid....got a lot of rain all year. Seemed like we were in the line of the storms where as usually, we are missed a lot. Deer and range looked really good going into the summer and then came the good summer rains... can't complain. Now, on the other hand, we are dry.... we need it bad.
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Old 01-25-2022, 06:22 PM   #17
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I know Bone Thug killed a stud but did yíallís bucks seem down in 21-22 season? Seems like ours were. They ate 1/3 of the protein they normally do because of a wet summer.

Ours seemed to be up for the most part. Iím a good bit west of SA so itís a little different.


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I know Bone Thug killed a stud but did yíallís bucks seem down in 21-22 season? Seems like ours were. They ate 1/3 of the protein they normally do because of a wet summer.
I think there were several good bucks killed this yr
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Old 01-25-2022, 03:37 PM   #19
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I will have to follow along this year without a lease unless i can find something
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Well here we go again….come on rains……


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Old 01-27-2022, 10:41 AM   #21
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Heading up early tomorrow to put out 10 tons of cottonseed. Going to only be two of us with a couple snow shovels & a truck bed. The plan is to have it all completed by sunset on Saturday but we shall see. Can't quite remember how much we fed last year but we decided this year to try and hammer it all out in one trip rather than 3-4 trips throughout the Spring/Summer.
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Old 01-27-2022, 10:56 AM   #22
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How long do yíall feed cottonseed? We have protein and corn all year and looking to start feeding cotton seed also. Just outside of Ballinger.


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Depends on how long its available.... I've feed Jan through May and then not been able to find any afterwards with it all being bought up by feedlots. Some folks have their gins have it available through August.
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Depends on how long its available.... I've feed Jan through May and then not been able to find any afterwards with it all being bought up by feedlots. Some folks have their gins have it available through August.

Thanks for the info. Have yíall ever seen or read the bucks becoming sterile from cottonseed?


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Hereís a good watch. Short answer is no Iím the quantity they consume

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I am by no means an expert in this area but from my research- I believe this is only an issue with smaller High Fence applications, where natural food choices can become depleted/limited because of population/competition. From what I understand, deer generally only choose supplemental feed when natural food is in low supply. When natural food become plentiful, they will back off on supplemental feed because they prefer natural.
With all that said, I think conventional practice has become to feed cotton seed Jan- early/mid summer to allow for any potential fertility issues to resolve themselves by the time breeding season comes around. I believe Cotton seed and infertility is a product of quantity consumed, which is sort of a product of my above explanation. Just my uneducated .02

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Thanks guys I appreciate all the info. Iíve just heard that before and have also been told itís false but both sides were high fenced and a lot of cotton seed consumed.


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No need to worry about sterilization, at all!
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Surprisingly, majority of our deer look to be heading into the last stage of winter in very good shape. You can defiantly tell that the bucks have about quit chasing and are now back on feed regularly.

I guess we will all wait and see what mother nature delivers in spring.

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Gonna have some healthy dinner whether Mother Nature wants to help or not




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Whatís the price now? $300?
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290 in Mereta 325 in Wall. I messed up and didnít get over to Mereta couple weeks ago when they quoted me 270
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Good deal, we will be filling up protein feeders again this weekend.

Have a good one.

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Hope we get some rain its dry!
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Old 01-28-2022, 01:42 PM   #37
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Wish my back some luck
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Thought I might as well throw this one on here... I'm looking for a box blind or two in the Angelo area if any of y'all are getting off your lease or whatever. I'll build one if I have to, but you know we all check TBH first lol.
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No lease again this year…but always enjoy looking in on you WTx guys.
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Ended up getting about 20,000 lbs of the 23,000 lbs of cottonseed put out this past weekend. Here's a few pics. Sure wish we would've had more than one snow shovel... Worked from 1:30 PM - 6:00 PM on Friday and then from 8:00 AM - 11:30 PM on Saturday.

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Ended up getting about 20,000 lbs of the 23,000 lbs of cottonseed put out this past weekend. Here's a few pics. Sure wish we would've had more than one snow shovel... Worked from 1:30 PM - 6:00 PM on Friday and then from 8:00 AM - 11:30 PM on Saturday.

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20K lbs and you only bring one snow shovel?....
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I would only feed pellets if I had 20,000lb and 10 shovels helping lmao
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We were under the impression we had left one up there last year but we couldn't find it once we got there.. It ended up working out because it took about 125 scoops to fill up the bed of my truck each time so after 25-30 scoops we would switch off to give ourselves a much needed break.
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We were under the impression we had left one up there last year but we couldn't find it once we got there.. It ended up working out because it took about 125 scoops to fill up the bed of my truck each time so after 25-30 scoops we would switch off to give ourselves a much needed break.
I dont believe I have a ice chest big enough to hold all the beer it would take to do that job...............I bet yall are glad ya got it done though.
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I dont believe I have a ice chest big enough to hold all the beer it would take to do that job...............I bet yall are glad ya got it done though.
There were a handful of 12 ounce cans consumed to keep us lubed up. I'm glad we got it done in one trip unlike last year where we made 3-4 trips of putting out roughly 4,000 pounds each time. Depending on range conditions, this should last us the entire time we need it to. We've got enough left over to put out 1-2 more stations or just top some off.

I can honestly say that I don't even want to see a snow-shovel or cottonseed for the next few months
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Our deer are hammering the cottonseed. We start our off season protein feeding for all members in a few weeks and it canít get here fast enough. Some of us have been topping protein and cottonseed every trip to the ranch but we canít keep up with consumption. We need rain bad!


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