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Nice bean and cotton fields in the pictures SteveO'.

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Originally Posted by HomelessjOe
Nice bean and cotton fields in the pictures SteveO'.

Where’s the beef?


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Originally Posted by lonesome roads
Originally Posted by HomelessjOe
Nice bean and cotton fields in the pictures SteveO'.

Where’s the beef?


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Backstraps wrapped in bacon tonight on the grill from this guy, I eat very little beef.


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I meant where’s the ranchers cattle.


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He rotates them between areas. The operation is huge, tens of thousands of acres in production, some areas left fallow, some crop land, some pasture land.


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SKB, jOe, Amen.


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Stan this is what I meant by breeding for 'perennial habit'. These are not 'dreamers' doing the research. In real life, some farmer/ranchers in low-rainfall areas or areas with thin topsoil have saved their operations by planting perennial grasses on land formerly used for annual crops. Perennial legumes are often used to rebuild soil fertility, and water retention structures for livestock sometimes follow. Good for the landowners and good for us with the urge to hunt.

https://sites.psu.edu/futureoffood/2016/02/21/annual-to-perennial-corn/

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Great looking buck with the smokepole SKB! Here's mine from a few years ago as well (& the only "trophy" I've ever really kept). I mostly hunt does anymore (tags are much easier to get these days and they arguably eat better).

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Perhaps I'm ignorant of some component of it, but I was always of the understanding that farmers (and ranchers) play a critical part of the conservation ethic. If not for their ongoing efforts (and for the most part, their love of the land they steward) most game animals would be largely out of luck and huntable numbers simply wouldn't exit.

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Great buck Lloyd! Tons of character, love the kicker on him.


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My circle of friends that still hunt deer (a circle that has grown smaller, of late) are gravitating toward the primitive arms license, for the longer season, and fewer people in the woods. Some years it seems as if the rut might be over before the season starts, but, that is the only complaint I’ve ever heard.


Firearms deer season has been a three ring circus for pretty much my whole life in Minnesota.

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