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Dove, Duck, & Hay Grazer #5234426 08/04/14 05:33 PM
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I have a field on my lease with hay grazer planted. The field didn't make very well and I am not sure what the intentions are. But I thought about approaching the farmer and seeing if I can mow a couple lanes to know some of the heads down.

Anybody have any experience with hay grazer and birds?

Re: Dove, Duck, & Hay Grazer [Re: Leonardo] #5234459 08/04/14 05:56 PM
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They should cut it before the opener and if it came to see, there should be dove eating in it. My buddies place in Collin county is planted in Hay Grazer each year and we kill lots of dove around it.

Re: Dove, Duck, & Hay Grazer [Re: Leonardo] #5234578 08/04/14 07:13 PM
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Appreciate it. Whats there is headed out. Out of the 100 acres probably less than half made so I am not sure if they will cut and bale.

Re: Dove, Duck, & Hay Grazer [Re: Leonardo] #5234644 08/04/14 07:48 PM
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Last year we shot ducks off of flooded hay grazer too. If that field had sheet water on it the birds didn't look twice at the other tanks.

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