I took the split on to 50 and thought of you this morning. I was wondering if you had some on the ground for the rain. That's what started this thought, lol.Wish I did when we were down. Kinda forgot about doing it while grabbing everything. I did put clover down when we did the fall plots and it usually comes in well.
et coons will love it tooBuilt a couple of deer feed troths.
I drew this up over the winter time on a little piece of note paper and today I got around to building them. I had some of the material already laying around, including the 55 gallon plastic drum. I ripped the drum in half which allowed me to make two separate identical feed troths for the deer. Both will be placed at the feed station right behind our cabin this week.
I'm sure it will take the deer a little while to get acclimated to them, but I'm confident they'll get use to them and use them quite regularly.
I expect these troths to last an awfully long time because I built them to last and to withstand all kinds of weather conditions and animal abuse. They are very solid . I also expect the whole corn to stay in much better condition over longer periods of time in the troth verses being thrown straight down onto the ground.
You all can expect to see them in use as soon as I launch this year's hunt journal of mine, which will be at the end of the month. I have a lot of deer this year and totally expecting more shortly after the does give birth later this month and onto the next.
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Doing something like that and covering it would allow you to put out actual deer feed, not just corn.
I kinda meant like a roof over it so you didn't have to manually do anything other than fill it.