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I just mowed mine last weekend. I cut it high, about 6" and took out any weeds that were tall in the process.

If you are weed free, and the deer are grazing it, leave it alone. If you have weeds and not getting hit too hard by the deer, mow it now.

Clover will grow excellent in the next few weeks and really comes on strong in the fall, while the rest of the weed world stays relatively dormant.

I have tons of other food for the deer now, and they really do not hit my clover hard until December after we get the first light snow.
 

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I am cutting mine this weekend. Like you Koz, I dont see much action over this 3/4 acre plot this time of year. New young growth will help keep the deer moving from property to property (till the corn piles start glowing) Here is a doe in the plot a couple months ago, I took the pic while walking down a trail leading to it.
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