I have 13 acres of ag that is currently half farmed and half crp. The crp expires in a year and I have an opportunity to enroll it again but along with the half that is currently farmed. My idea is to plant 4 acres to timber and the rest into warm season grasses(bbstem, little bs, indian, and cir swith) Tree options are white and red oak, shagbark hickory, walnut, and black cherry) I'm not wild about black cherry as they propagate easily in crp grasses nor am I wild about walnut. I can also have 5% in a annual food plot. The yellow is the where I'm thinking of planting the timber, the red is the food plot, and the balance is warm season grasses with forbs. The blacked out area is now a soybean/corn field as the owner bulldozed in 12 acres of timber to farm a year ago so I didn't want that to cloud your evaluation. Google earth hasn't updated the area since 2015. A 2' wide tiled creek with 10' plus steep sides runs through the middle. The owner piled up the trees in a windrow about 80 yards long, 30 yards wide and 12 to 15 ft high on the extreme se edge of the blacked out area.It has made a great funnel effect on the east side of the windrow onto my property from the ne. Please share your ideas or concerns with this plan. I shared a panned out view to give you an idea of movement in the area. Thank you.