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(So, I've decided I'm going to create 3 to 4 food plots this year.. My brother and I own 76 acres of mountain ground.. I have a 500cc fourwheeler, I'm looking to get an attachment for it that tears up the ground.. I've found 2 things that I'm pretty interested in. They're both around the same price ($400) Links below:

https://baddawgaccessories.com/shop/details/Ground-Hog-Max-With-Kit

http://www.northerntool.com/shop/tools/product_200414726_200414726

Just wanted to know if anyone had any better suggestions! I'm going to start using round up now to kill them briar bushes and other weeds!)

So I took some pictures of the areas I'm going try and turn into food plots. ..(And yes I'm getting rid of the cabin, lol). Thanks for the input on the first post!!

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I have a King Kutter Flip Over Disc I got from Tractor Supply. It works great but I don't use it much. Mostly after I spread lime to work the lime into the ground.

I make most of my food plots by mowing, wait two weeks, spray with glosphate, wait two weeks, mow again if I have time, spread seed, then run a drag over the area to work the seed into the thatch. I hardly ever use a disc.

In my opinion I would make sure I had a good mower, sprayer and drag before I bought a disc.

Good Luck.
 

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thanks! We are we getting the timber cut right now, and I'm having them clear cut 4 1 acre lots, so I think I'm going to have to wait until after this bow season until I can really get them where I want to be.
 
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