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« on: July 17, 2019, 07 :29:13 PM »

Well BiL and I along with another guy acquired another piece of property last week ( 210 acres , 77 hay field and 133 woods ) it has a lot of up and down sloping hills, a lot of fingers to place plots in and still do hay if we want four ponds two of which are creek feed the other two are wollows at best but still a watering hole , and this place is closer to the house ( 9 1/2 miles where the other is 18-20 ) , It borders a couple of larger tracts owned by a couple doctors that from what we've gathered rarely let anyone hunt them. We plan on placing cameras out next week when we take position of it
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« Reply #1 on: July 17, 2019, 08 :17:16 PM »

get some trailcam pics and show us what you got  good luck
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« Reply #2 on: July 22, 2019, 03 :00:56 PM »

When your land has it "a lot of up and down sloping hills" you get more surface area per acre than them flatlanders do.
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