New guy on the forum. Just bought 80 acres of ground in Central Kansas. Has a river running through it with good cover along it. Soil report seems to indicate that I can grow some stuff on it, but will do a soil test soon as well. To the south of me is 160 acres of milo. To the north is 160 acres of wheat. I'd like 5-7 acres of alfalfa and maybe another 2-4 acres of typical food plot plants. I think I may also try to enhance bedding cover with plots of big bluestem and indian feather. After hunting eastern CO for many years it seems that having good bedding cover in these areas may be an important asset. Pic shows an overhead of the property. Open for any constructive criticism or suggestions for making it better. To the east of this plot is well grazed river bottom with little cover.