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spring/summer food plots? #5550881 01/19/15 03:14 AM
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What are you guys planting, if you're planting anything? I'm in Navarro county. The area I'd be planting is fenced off from cattle.

I was thinking maybe some forage soybeans, and something? lab lab? Something that will give the deer some protein help. I've got up to about 1.5-2 acres I could plant total.

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Forage soybeans would be a good choice to see how it goes this first year.



Re: spring/summer food plots? [Re: Cow_doc.308] #5552021 01/19/15 07:11 PM
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Soybeans would be good for sure. Iv always liked cowpeas and clover during the spring. Toss in a bit of mixed bird seed also just for grins

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Bird seed only if you can cover it I mean...

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