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    07-12-2019, 10:37 AM
    McFarmer replied to a thread First broods in Iowa
    I cut hay this week. I always take first cutting mid July to allow the hatches to take place, all species. Quality suffers more than quantity in the...
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    06-21-2019, 07:16 AM
    Many acres of corn and soybeans have not been able to be planted due to the wet weather. As part of the federal crop insurance program the farmer...
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    06-20-2019, 02:45 PM
    The USDA has decided to allow harvesting of cover crops beginning September first. This would be on prevent planted land. Hope none of us planned...
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    06-18-2019, 02:13 PM
    McFarmer started a thread First broods in Iowa
    Saw my first brood the other day. Weather for hatch seems good, haying will be delayed and that might result in some more hatches.
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    McFarmer... Thanks for the reply about picking up emptyís. I really wish we respected the WIAís a little bit more. We lost some of my best areas this year, and I hate the idea that my daughters might not be able to hunt the same way that Iíve been able to. I think we do a decent job, but could do a lot better... In your reply, you said youíre a land owner and it sounds like you occasionally allow people to hunt your land. Yesterday was the first day I had any desire to hunt private land. Yesterday was tough for me, and it seemed every piece of private had birds, while the public land didnt. My question is, how do private land owners feel about guys asking to hunt their land? Iíve never knocked on doors because I feel like they probably get asked a lot, however, Iím starting to wonder if it might be worth it. Since I¬íve never done it, I was curious how the land owners feel about it before I start knocking. Thanks

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    I inquired about the Dew Drop no till seeder down at Spencer.. They are about 7K new. Dickinson county does not have one. Clay county Pheasants Forever does have one that they rent out. Ill probably go that route. Thanks for the info.

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