Working at the Farm - Took a few I-Phone Pics

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  1. George

    George Well-Known Member

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    Congratulations on achieving your milestone, that is a lot of work.

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    Thanks G. I feel very blessed to have that much done.
     
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    Sorry to see that happen but glad you are very upbeat about it and got it under control...I know this sounds flaky but sometimes I wish a big wind would hit the interior of our 90 and make it what I won’t...I know it would be better but I find it hard to actually start doing it myself...I feel the same about fire. If a neighbors fire gets out and gets on us I would just as soon they put it out after it is past us...
     
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  4. Native Hunter

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    Another hay field bordering my land has been converted to crops. I'm very glad about this and hope it continues into the future.

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    This clover is insane. You can see a little storm damage in the background.

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    My new property line screen to the south is 150 yards of mangled cedars.

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    A new stump to sit on.

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    Not all news is bad.

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    Hope to do a better update soon with trail camera pics. Take Care.
     
  5. Native Hunter

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    These two might have some possibilities. I think the forked brow deer is the one that moved in late last year and is the one I passed during late muzzleloader season. He looked like a big, robust 3 year old to me at that time.

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    Crazy how much of a mess those twisters can make, clean up progress looking good! ….and so are the bucks!


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    Great start on those bucks! I'm a couple hours east of you but it's been a great clover year at my place too. Sorry about all that work the weather made for you, but good to see your attitude about it and that you're already making the most of it.
     
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  8. Native Hunter

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    Thanks, and good luck to you this year.
     
  9. Native Hunter

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    We've been hit with another storm. This time it's my dad's two places that got the worst. He had some big timber, so there will be some logging take place with this one. First job is getting his fields clean - starting next week. Will hang a new gate tomorrow.

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    Check out this rootwad. that's my garden hoe hanging on it.

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    No rest for the weary. I will hopefully check some cameras in a few days once we get some of this behind us.
     
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    Crazy, I hope you guys get back in good graces with mother nature.

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    All you can do is count your blessings that you weren’t hurt in a storm like this. That was a powerful tornado for sure.


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    Wow!! Glad everyone is ok.
     
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    Wow Native you guys are taking a beating. Glad everyone is ok. Be safe cleaning that up.
    Btw it is politically incorrect to call that a hoe unless it identifies as such!!


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  14. Native Hunter

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    Yep, and I forgot to gender check it too.
     
  15. Native Hunter

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    I finally got to check trail cameras. I've run everything off where all the storm cleanup has been going on, but I got this at my other place:

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    I also got this one, so the world balances out.....:D

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    Dad's place where a bunch of timber went down. This is just the beginning spot. After the timber removal, we start fencing:

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    Son's 8 point from last fall made it home. Very old (6 or older), big bodied brute with below average rack, but still a trophy in my book.

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    Some really nice looking fruit this year - especially pears. Apples good in some places and not in others:

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    That's about it guys. I need to focus next on food plots for the fall. I have quite a bit of work to do on mine this year.
     
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    #3 looks like a crack baby!!


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    Give me 5 more years with him, and you will be coveting him.......;)
     
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    Drooling!!!!!..
     
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    Speechless update:

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    cool, semi speechless, I wish I had some deer.

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