Hi guys, just trying to get the momentum going for this new site since QDMA axed my other thread. I won't be able to contribute anywhere near as much knowledge compared to the regulars from that forum, but I sure don't mind taking you guys along with me as I implement my habitat management plan. The stat's: 725 contiguous acres in West-Central KY 98% wooded, with a handful of established food plot locations 400 acres of the property was clear-cut in mid-1990's, so tree stand locations are limited on the back half of the farm. At the recommendation of many happy customers from the QDMA Forum, I had Steve Bartylla do an aerial property evaluation for me this winter, which I started implementing this spring. My goal is to be able to harvest 2-3 bucks 4.5 years old or older from the farm every year. This is a lofty goal based on my past hunting success (or lack thereof), but I am blessed to know from my trail camera surveys that there are multiple mature bucks using the property regularly. It is my hope and expectation that implementation of Steve's property plan will result in higher-odds stand setups and lower impact hunting, both of which will improve our chances of killing mature bucks. Aerial: Topo: Stay tuned for more updates as time allows. Thanks for following along!