24 hrs in the life of a critter food plot

Discussion in 'Deer Hunting' started by cheapNdisgusting, Jul 9, 2009.

  1. cheapNdisgusting

    cheapNdisgusting Well-Known Member Supporting Member Supporting Member

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    Russ
    First I have to thank Cuzican for showing me how to do this.

    Second I have to ask "catfish !" to not move it to the hunting section. I know that is where it belongs but I want more than 11 people to see it.

    This is a video in a slideshow format taken in one 24hr. period. It is meant to show how a well maintained food plot becomes an important part of a deer's life, and how often it is visited.

    As you watch it, there is a small pile of cracked corn just to the left of center, and to the right of center is one of those mineral rocks. In the background is one acre of winter wheat and oats (and a few weeds. In the mowed area is perinnial ladino clover and plantain.

    There are at least nine deer use it regularily.

    The video is long and kinda boring (158 shots) but it wasn't meant to entertain - but to educate.

    Here is the video
    [youtubevid]hVyFybDPs6I[/youtubevid]
     
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  2. Catgirl

    Catgirl New Member

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    Well, I see you were moved anyway, Russell. Bumping this back up in hopes more folks will watch it.
     

  3. Blue Duck

    Blue Duck New Member

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    Thanks for sharing. Well worth the watch.....
     
  4. Paraguayguy

    Paraguayguy New Member

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    Thanks. I enjoyed watching. Good luck this fall.
     
  5. Catfishin_Farm_Boy

    Catfishin_Farm_Boy New Member

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    Thanks... Cool Vid.. Have you gotten any pics of any mature bucks in ur area ?? Got some nice lookin does... The turkeys were purdy cool to see..