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West Texas food plots? #4117816 03/13/13 01:46 AM
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Got me a lease in Mertzon. What could a fella plant in this desert that stands a chance? I won't be able to irrigate or transport water. It would have to survive on its own. Is there anything feasible, or should I just stick to protein feed?

Re: West Texas food plots? [Re: Sneaky] #4118217 03/13/13 04:13 AM
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cactus... I would contact the local feed supply around your area they will know what to plant if any... good luck


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Re: West Texas food plots? [Re: caldwelldeerhunter] #4120172 03/14/13 02:16 AM
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I'll do that. Thanks.

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