Hey guys. Was wondering if you guys had any ideas of some habitat improvement/ food plots. Maybe even stand placements before or after your suggestions.. Background info: We own 320 acres in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. There is one farm about a mile away (North East) and the next farm is probably 5+ miles away. There is mostly public land around us. The East and Southwest of us is easy land for the public to access. The rest would be somewhat difficult but could be done on foot. The west is 120 acres of private land which isn't usually hunted. Black: Property Boundary Purple: Cabins on our property Green: Cedar swamp (a few small high knolls in there as you can see) Yellow: Existing food plots (all 1/2 acre or less) Red: Proposed food plots? The rest is a mixture of big woods- pine, maple, etc.. you should be able to tell from the differences in the aerial I read in an area of not much farm land, 5-10% of your land should be food plot. Right now we are about less than 1%. The red proposed food plots would probably put us at about 14 acres or so. I placed them towards the middle of our land so maybe the other food plots would maybe act as kill plots since they are much smaller and somewhat secluded. The deer will maybe hit those up right before dark I'd be hoping?. The genetics aren't the best in the area and if a buck wanders on public land it will be shot pretty much. That is also a reason for trying to keep the main attraction in the middle of our property. Those are my thoughts. I am wondering what you guys would do just looking from an aerial, and if you have any suggestions on habitat improvement to try to keep more deer. I am also wondering if you guys see any good spots to place some stands? Please any suggestions welcome! Deer hunting hasn't been good the last 5 years. Some is due to predators and hard winters but I know a lot can be helped with habitat improvement and trying to keep them away from public land. The other 2 pictures are zoomed in sections of the North and South half of the property Let me know if you have any more questions. Thanks in advance!