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Already looking ahead to next year and it's time to finally whip my tanks into shape. What have you had the best success with planting for ducks? I have access to lots of equipment and am also in the Corsicana area if that helps. Working on setting up a water control system as well
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you named your junk .45????
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One word... MILLET!
Make em hate it!!
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Corn, Milo, Millet
I honestly love how fast the maturity is for millet, but I will be planting something different this year.
Milo is a great crop because it does better in the heat, IMO. Similar to millet, but has a much better root base and larger seed.
You can never go wrong with corn if you have the time.
Call, Kill, Consume.
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