After a quick scouting/gobble sit at my turkey spot in Brown City at first light, my Lady and I made it to my Dad's property. First things first, pre-emergent herbicide spray of our CIR switchgrass strip to screen the main food plot The soil was about 70% exposed in this area, not ideal, but good enough. Also, I know it's not the best time to spray gly because of plant dormancy, but with the warmer temps the past couple days and plenty of moisture, I may have killed a weed or two with a separate spraying. After spraying the switch, I took my Lady on a bedding area tour to inspect beds and see how the cedars/norways are holding up. All of the beds (6-7) in the centrally located area had deer hair in them and out of the ~15 trees I put in that area, 3 were browsed. One cedar had some branch tips nipped off, another cedar was broken in half (maybe I stepped on it?) and a norway had the top nipped off These were trees located right off of the main trails weaving through the bedding area, so it's not that surprising that some deer got curious. Other than those 3, none of the other bedding area trees (about 40 all together) were damaged....and hopefully stay that way. No real work this weekend, but we did break in a new Windham AR and shoot our shotguns in preparation for the upcoming turkey season. *30 minutes after shooting, we had 4 hens and 2 jakes in the food plot I don't think I'll be doing much work over the next couple weekends unless I tag out early.