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I’m really pleased with this plot. It’s the best of my 5, probably because the hogs haven't found it. The turnips are doing better this year than they ever have.
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The others aren’t more than a few inches high. They need rain.
 

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Those turnips are actually doing better than the ones at the house. The wheat is doing good at home but the others goodies are struggling. It’s getting HEAVY browse pressure. I watched 16 in this field last Sunday, and that’s not counting any of the 5-6 bucks I get pics of at night.

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I just went back over the bare/ light spots a third time hoping to get it to fill out after the storms tonight.
 

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Hmmmm. I smell a rat. There's not a single part of Dallas County that is THAT open, except for John Stile's pasture.

And the hogs have not found it???? Mercy. 500 zillion pictures since Sept 15, and I have pics of 2 deer, 1 coyote, 1 turkey, tiger tailed thingies that we can't spell here, and HOGS. We killed 4 with ML and 1 deer. I think the other deer left then.......apparently for your part of the county.
 

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The first set of pics are Dallas county. The
second set I said were at my house. The turnips in Dallas County are doing better than the ones at the house. The hogs stay near the oaks. The 2 plots that they have found are on the edge of big cut overs with no oaks near by. I’m sure they will find them when the acorns are gone.
 
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