2021 who's started their land projects?

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  1. oldnotdead

    oldnotdead Grizzled Veteran

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    I'm still figuring things out...I watched the farmers hand doing tests in the clover field next door. How I don't know the ground is frozen solid. But he trucked up.a 4 wheeler and went from spot to spot and stopped. This makes me think corn could be a possibility this spring. Also wonder if the clover yeilds were down it's usually in Longer than two seasons. I plant based on what they do. Woods cutting will start after all appointments are ckeared next week I have some hang ons to build. I will also head to camp and do a couple of "secret" stands there. I want to get a bunch of scouting in down there. Prices help a lot in making seed decisions.
     
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    GregH Legendary Woodsman

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    I most likely won't be doing anything in the woods or field until March. I've got other things to attend to that will keep me busy until then.
     
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    Started cutting a access trail to the back of the property. Right now I can't get back there with atv. Will make deer retrieval alot easier!
     
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    That's The name of the game this time of year. I try to make my paths straight as possible then I'll throw a stand on one end and watch the whole thing on bad wind days
     
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    arrowflinger1 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I already have 99% of my clearing done, all of the trails cleaned up, trees picked out and shooting lanes trimmed. All that’s left is the plot work and get at least one box blind built this year. I love the work just as much as hunting.
     
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    Me too!
     
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    Now through March will be busy. Outside of planting, it’s the best time for prep.


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