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Looks good. Went for a quick tour at the farm this afternoon. Ours is looking good , but I am afraid to mow it this time of year. Deer are eating the heck out of it like it is.
 
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Looks good. Went for a quick tour at the farm this afternoon. Ours is looking good , but I am afraid to mow it this time of year. Deer are eating the heck out of it like it is.
my thoughts exactly..last time I mowed we had drought altho this year I need to spay a few spots with some Clethodium but my Clover is loooking great and the deer are absolutely enjoying it as are the bees and other pollinators..make dandy bedding for them new fawns as well
 

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my thoughts exactly..last time I mowed we had drought altho this year I need to spay a few spots with some Clethodium but my Clover is loooking great and the deer are absolutely enjoying it as are the bees and other pollinators..make dandy bedding for them new fawns as well
I would hate to puree a fawn or a turkey poult.
 
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