3200 man wrote:By double boarding and filling the gap with Cow ---- , it will seal the cracks and help the down stream users But ,
I understand , to each their own ! It's just the difference between City folks and Country folks experience ?
Shoot straight , sick birds deserve it !
3200 man wrote:You can tell when no one knows ( for sure ) how much water their going to get , as the summer goes on (without rain)
we can only hope the refuges get their share to maintain the habitat , even at the cost of some small clubs .
Grumpy , yes !
Beretta06 wrote:Well I guess the fact that the swamp Timothy came up 2 to 3 feet tall this spring. Means nothing I suppose. Growing a good crop is not that difficult. The center and edges of our club are untouched other than the blinds being cut out. There's a solid 40 acres of it still standing. I usually put water on in mid August. Which promotes the growth of the swamp Timothy but that is not in the cards. I still have an ample food source at our club when the water comes in. More so than clubs near. The neighbors run cattle so all the feed is gone. The big sandy has relatively no proper management. Deer park has ample food they have extensive magement. I don't understand why you suggest we don't grow feed when you just don't know. As far as living this far south has little to do with anything at all. It seems talking down to people is a high for you.
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