I have always been a "I hunt what the property gives me and have no interest in any sort of property management / manipulation"... With that said, I am still that way. However, I was approached by a man who wants me to "manage" his land better for him. He lives over an hour away from this property and is a Vice President of some company so time is not on his side to get to this property very often. (He also owns 1200 acres a couple hours south of here) He hunts maybe a half dozen times per season between bow and gun. He has a tractor and walk behind brush hog in the barn. I have yet to see the equipment so the tractor could be a heavy duty lawn mower for all I know. I will see the equipment and property on Monday evening. The property isn't anything like what he owns South of here, this piece is 87 acres with 12 being crop fields and the rest wooded. He wants me to put a couple small food plots on this property etc etc... I know nothing about food plots , what to plant and when to do so. I am not a fan of food plots, sorry to say in this habitat forum. I am not interested in summer forage more late fall and winter when the deer actually could use the food. Although this isn't my style, I cannot say no as 1. I am just about out of local places to hunt from timber harvest converted the woods to ag fields on most all of my spots and 2. This property is a big buck area. Here in this tread I will ask for advice and update any progress I make on this land. Feel free to chime in with advice, thoughts, call me a sell out, or whatever.