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  1. cellis17

    cellis17 Refuge Member

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    I have a pasture that I just got permission to duck hunt. The beavers have backed up some water into this pasture and it is also used by cows for winter grazing according to the land owner. Is there any crop that could be planted in the late summer that the cows will stay out of? Jap millet or anything similar that grows in well in wet soil is what I'm thinking.

    Thanks for any help.
     
  2. thatguy2

    thatguy2 Senior Refuge Member

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    No.
     
  3. Waterdog Trainer

    Waterdog Trainer Senior Refuge Member

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    No. And they will eat about anything they can get to, including blinds. About the only thing I see they don't like is cedars.
     
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    dux/24 7 Elite Refuge Member

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    They will eat the millet. Know from experience
     
  5. Greekangler

    Greekangler Senior Refuge Member

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    Yup, I have cows on my place and brush blind w 75% cedar.
     
  6. cellis17

    cellis17 Refuge Member

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    Thanks for the input guys.
     

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