Replanting and Trimming

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chris1971
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Replanting and Trimming

Post by chris1971 » Mon Apr 13, 2015 12:19 pm

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Hinge Cuts
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Discing
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Burning
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Worked on pen this weekend. We replanted Switchgrass and Sericia and hinge cut trees in all the wooded area.

rabbitatfarm
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Re: Replanting and Trimming

Post by rabbitatfarm » Wed Apr 15, 2015 1:12 pm

Looks like a good start. You could throw in some clover for green browse. Do you plan to periodically burn the grass?

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chris1971
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Re: Replanting and Trimming

Post by chris1971 » Wed Apr 15, 2015 3:29 pm

Larry we are planning on burning each spring in sections. I think it is one of the best practices that people have gotten away from doing. My grandfather did his yard every spring and man was it pretty. We have salt and feeders and also have a section with a ton of clover that we intend on leaving some for forage. Sorry about the sideway photos I have no clue why they did that.

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