Tracking deer in standing corn and beans.

Most of my Midwest farms - the corn was planted on time.

One, it was planted late.

Yes, it will show well on dry leaves.

Also, in corn and on hands and knees, you can see a long way in each row.

If you can 2x lung him, he is not going overly far.

If his bell is not rung, he may be three farms over.

Don’t really think finding him in a tillable field is our biggest issue.

Best of luck to all.
 
BTW, I'm in Indiana today and a few of the fields are getting cut.
Wow... that seems surprising.

These are not corn fields being cut for silage, are they?

I know we have one 6-7 acre field that will be cut for silage, leaving no food for deer in the field. One of my stands is on the backside of this field, too.... darn it.
 
BTW, I'm in Indiana today and a few of the fields are getting cut.
I don't think we will get that lucky JT. when we were up there Labor Day weekend, We could tell everything was real late planted. In fact there were a lot of fields that were left out all together. Best case scenario for us would be if they are actually harvesting while we are there. It's gonna look a lot different this year in November I'm afraid
 
Wow... that seems surprising.

These are not corn fields being cut for silage, are they?

I know we have one 6-7 acre field that will be cut for silage, leaving no food for deer in the field. One of my stands is on the backside of this field, too.... darn it.
I dont know if the corn will be worth a flip or not, but they were cutting and dumping it in bins in 2 different fields. It doesnt look ready to be cut so they may be just cutting losses and hoping???

Almost all of the corn around southern indiana was put in late because of sucha wet spring and early summer. Course now you couldnt beg hard enough for rain :(
 
Yet another highjacked thread :bounce:

Few pics from today in indiana. This corn is still seriously green


And this is seriously turned already





They are cutting this one right now. Started on this one yesterday afternoon

 
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