If you have a dozer in there have them use the tree piles they take out to help funnel the deer to entry points you want them to use. If you have enough land you can clear you can even clear a buffer zone around the plot to let go fallow that will do 2 things...a softer transition from solid woods that still feels somewhat secure and may give you a shot at a buck that doesn’t want to step into the wide open and it also takes care of the shading issues around the edge of your plot. You can clear that buffer zone with equipment or a chainsaw...David, you’ve been given great advice. The only thing I would add his even if you hire out the heavy lifting, it will take a long time to clear out all those roots and truly get your plots in order. We cleared 9 or so acres 5 years ago and I’m still dealing with roots. Other comment is to take real advantage of you limited plot space, you’ll probably want to thin the woods around the plot to decrease the shade. I would hinge cut this thinned area to creat pinch point travel corridors into the plot. It really makes a difference if you’re bowhuting. Finally, get the lime down as early as you can....lime, even pellet lime, takes time. Good luck!