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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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After reading your first post and seeing the pictures. Pay attention to what type of seed you are using. Buckwheat is awesome as a plot(and is what I use in ours)but it needs sun, and lots of it. Probably not the best for those shady spots. But there are definitely other mixtures that will thrive for those areas.

Good luck, and remember to have fun with it. Mountain ground is a tough animal to tame, and it truly might take a few years before you can get it to a place where expectation meets reality.
 

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thank you for your input! With us getting the timber cut, I hope it opens it up and I can get more sun!
 
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