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If rain is the issue we should be in great shape #7498834 04/28/19 03:14 PM
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So far this year we have received in excess of 10.5" of rain at my property in Dickens county compared to the historical average of 4.2". Since I planted my food plots 3 weeks ago over 7" of rain has fallen. It looks like we may be in for a great year with respect to environmental conditions. Keeping my fingers crossed that we have no surprises and our wild life is able to recover from lasts years hardships. I counted at least 12 to 15 qual calling each morning over my 160 acres while I was there. Hoping we all benefit from what appears to be a great start.

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Re: If rain is the issue we should be in great shape [Re: Flashprism] #7498844 04/28/19 03:34 PM
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I agree. It's always nice starting of the summer with lush and green pastures!

Re: If rain is the issue we should be in great shape [Re: Flashprism] #7499300 04/29/19 05:46 AM
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We have no excuses this year. Been green many years now after the 2011 to 2013 drought for us. Can't buy a deer on camera now which is good for antlers and fawns. Wet pattern is continuing. up Looking forward to see if a deer is hitting my one fenced off feeder. Last week more corn than ever was under it meaning deer have more browse to eat. I have never run corn on fenced pens outside of deer season.

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