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Discussion in 'Deer Management, Habitat & Conservation' started by henry, Mar 12, 2018.
is your region in red already cleared in that picture.
Yepper, red is a cedar free zone other than a few big trees that can't safely be cut.... we also left a few small ones for rub trees.
Okay, here's my property. All the dark areas are cedars. The top cross is a recently cleared area. For reference, the large triangular food plot is only an acre and a half. I have lots of cords of cedar. I've had a couple different folks come in and take cedar but they seem to give up before getting very far. It's some of the best cedars you can find, the heart goes almost to the bark. Most of the cedar are on rocky glades. I had the bare looking areas logged about 5 years ago and the multiflora rose has flourished. What can I expect of these tree areas in the future. Will the rose go away or do I need to eradicate it somehow?
I am meeting with a PLC the 29th to see if I can get some help.
Spray the MFR with glyposate and that kills it good and dead, it breaks down pretty quickly (1-2 years) after being sprayed or you can have someone push it with a bobcat.
When it comes to cedars... kill'em all IMO.
Update: Operation Starving Squirrel
I checked on my logger on my lunch, he has begun skidding some of the smaller logs out of my SW timber, About 90 trees cut in that 15ish acre section (area that I hadn't TSI, dozed out for food plot, or hinge cut). I'm a dunce for not taking pics. Will do better.
I have no idea, but will be interested is seeing and hearing what you did and hope you have pictures of it now or recent.
CJ, you don't think the deer are using them now?
I see you already shared the pics!!
dont forget the "hold my beer" events
Cut those stumps off even with the ground ! Lol
I will let them rot off.
You should have told me this was you on the phone this morning when we talked!
Once those transplants start to mature, do yourself a favor and pull the trees that produce the round little bee bee sized berries.
How in the world do you delete a double post?
Why? Lots of birds like them like turkeys, robins, waxwings, thrushs, woodpeckers, quail etc.
Just leave them there for the birdies
Just got in from doing TSI. We done about 5 acres tonight. Woulda been more if Jenny's saw hadn't given her trouble. She got a few more acres marked so Tim can just concentrate on sawing instead of deciding what trees to cut.
More boom. They say it's done.
8 hours on the Stihl today.