Wild Thing
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Wild Thing

Male, from Iron Mountain

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Aug 7, 2020 at 12:11 AM
    1. Gily
      Gily
      Wt, so I have a buddy ready to spray and kill off my front field. He’s got a John deer 750 no till drill. You think that equipment would be able to set up for switch seed? No pressure or responsibility to your opinion but regarding equipment, is a Jd 750 got the ability to plant this right? Sorry if you already answered this in your posts....I’ll go look again!
      1. Wild Thing
        Wild Thing
        Sorry Gily - I don't have any experience with the JD-750. I have heard of it, of course, and I see no reason why it couldn't be used for drilling switch, provided it has a box for small seed. Switchgrass seed is very small and could not be accurately seeded in the large grain box. Best of luck with our switchgrass planting.
        May 5, 2020
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    2. ltcnav
      ltcnav
      I am in Marquette County in the process of getting a Forest Management Plan, could you tell me who your logger was? Sounds like a good one.
      Tx Jerry
      1. Wild Thing
        Wild Thing
        My forester is Dean Francis - Upper Michigan Land Management (Escanaba). We have used him for management plans as well as 3 timber sales over the past 25 years. My last timber harvest was done by J. Carey Logging - careylogging.com (Channing) Both very highly recommended.
        May 31, 2019
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    Gender:
    Male
    Location:
    Iron Mountain

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    "Well over half of the bucks I’ve taken in the past 25 seasons, whether at home or out-of-state, were taken from active scrape areas surrounded by some form of security cover. When hunted correctly and during the right time of season and time of day, an active scrape area within security cover is as good as it gets." John Eberhart
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