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set up a camera in the edge of this 3/4 acre alafalfa food plot, where we had broad cast some sunflower seeds and pumpkins in a small strip along the edge

the swunflowers where fairly thick and about a foot high one day and the next they where graised to the ground,

so we stuck out the little moultrie camera secured to a steel post we drove in the ground,
great photos from a $139.00 dollar camera

food plot was sown last fall, buffalo alfalfa with oats, the deer kept it mowed like a lawn throughout the winter, we had taken the hay and oats off mid june, so they are coming to the tender regrowth

so if you have a alfalfa plot "which we have 4 more on this place" you need to clip it even if you dont want to hay it, this will caused the alfalfa to respurt and send up tender new growth

its really dry here this summer and the deer like the crops need some rain but i am hoping these old boys continue to add girth and height througout the rest of the growing season, and will fatten up on the corn when "and if" it comes in
 

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There's several freezers full there. Happy Hunting this season :!:
 

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Great pictures they will find their water some where and yes will faten on soy beans & corn. good eating ;)
 

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they have a river close but there food is burning up i think that is why they are ravaging the alfalfa more than usual
 
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