Do you know by your pics if that lopsided racked deer had a serious wound recently?
We have some weird tracks in the neighborhood so I figure it is just a weird trait.Do you know by your pics if that lopsided racked deer had a serious wound recently?
Usually that particular style comes from an old wound.We have some weird tracks in the neighborhood so I figure it is just a weird trait.
JD 5065. With the cab it seems awfully high off the ground. Neighbor had one turn on a slope that had me worried.Looks great,what JD is that
Thanks. Aggravator Oreo is still around. That is in the Mandy area that I sold so my neighbor's problem now. He ( and I) have varied degrees of disgust about Oreo.Really cool stories of your grandkids and your dad. And yes I loved the barn shot. Great place. Guess those kids will be future great hunters and golfers?? Not a bad combo. I remember your aireal pics of your place from the old forum and have enjoyed its transformation thru the years. Good job. Do you still have the awol Oreo cow roaming your place?? Kinda was a cool trademark even if it was an aggravation. Thanks for showing.
As you know my goal was to create some nasty space for the deer to hide. The massive gulleys surrounding cause me to wonder how much good it will do but the trails give an indication. Now my task it to not do too much around it.I really like how your logging thickened up your property. I am going to log our place soon. I have been doing a little clearing with the dozer of smaller tree areas but I have some areas with some good lumber I want to have cleared along our west side to create a lot of doe bedding! Congrats to your family on the recognition and award for your dad!
No no. I have small Kioti 30 hpI thought you had a little Kubota....that's a heckuva upgrade to the JD!
Those old house places are easy to spot this time of the year. There are a few blooming in the spot my mom and dad lived in 1947. Always think of my mom when I see them anywhere.lak...Pretty special read about your Dad. Thx for sharing. Love the pic of the barns and the daffodils. Something about daffodils in the south that speak of days gone by.