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    Hoytultrasport Weekend Warrior

    Oct 17, 2010
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    Keyser west Virginia
    I am looking to plant a food plot this year and i dont know what would be the best choice for my location. I am leaning heavely on clover and soy beans due to there year round forage together. I live in the easter panhandle of west virginia and we get heavy snow but we also get alot of heat. The track i plan on planting is a 68 acer track that has a field on a hill. I was consedering planting on the top of the hill to be as far away from the property line as i can. I want it to be about 1 acer which i know is 70 yards sq. If anyone could help me it would be great. also i was thinking about planting something else at the bottom of the hill to aid in the antler growth in the early part of the year. not sure what would be best for that eithere. that would be a much small plot. everything will be dont with hand tools not able to get any heavy equipment up the small horse trail my uncle has. thanks. cant use horses either already asked.

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