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May 04, 2011

Grow a Fence To Hide Your Food Plots

By Dave Hurteau

To be clear, I’m not going to get in the habit of posting manufacturer’s promotional videos. Although I’ve used Frigid Forage seeds with good results, I have no stake in whether or not you choose to. I’m posting this video, rather, because for those of you planting or thinking about planting food plots for next fall (I know that includes you, Walt; you broke my heart) it contains some useful information about screening your plots to prevent potential poaching and encourage deer to use feeding areas or travel corridors during daylight.

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from TheEasternShore... wrote 2 years 50 weeks ago

if you have big fields w/ food plots, loblolly pines work mush better. i would rather use broadcasted corn because it will do the same thing but provide food.

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from fyn1222 wrote 2 years 50 weeks ago

Fate controls who walks into your life but you decide who you let walk out, who you let stay and who you refuse to let go.
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from jamesti wrote 2 years 49 weeks ago

never really thought of it that way. thanks for the video.

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from deerhunterrick wrote 2 years 48 weeks ago

Very useful video. We already practice these ideas with swamps,fence lines,corn rows and pompa grass. Mixing up your landscape in such ways has more benefits to both wildlife and hunters with seclusion being un-noticed by passer byers. Great article

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from TheEasternShore... wrote 2 years 50 weeks ago

if you have big fields w/ food plots, loblolly pines work mush better. i would rather use broadcasted corn because it will do the same thing but provide food.

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from jamesti wrote 2 years 49 weeks ago

never really thought of it that way. thanks for the video.

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from deerhunterrick wrote 2 years 48 weeks ago

Very useful video. We already practice these ideas with swamps,fence lines,corn rows and pompa grass. Mixing up your landscape in such ways has more benefits to both wildlife and hunters with seclusion being un-noticed by passer byers. Great article

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from fyn1222 wrote 2 years 50 weeks ago

Fate controls who walks into your life but you decide who you let walk out, who you let stay and who you refuse to let go.
r4

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