Right, but any idea how to modify that habitat to bring them in?
I really don't have a better idea than planting corn. I think I'm going to round up all my old packages of garden sweet corn and just plant it in a clearing at the edge of the woods. It won't produce much and what does grow will never make it to the table, but with any luck it will attract some game.
Location: Currently Whitehall,NY but soon to be back to Whiting,Vt
I agree Mike, lets get some
I agree Mike, lets get some Winter rye or other food also.:\\\\:D/ Fatten the deer up and give them a healthy start for the winter if they have another one like this one. Ever see any pheasants over that way? I know theres alot of partidge there.
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