One thing about millet....it won't overcome wheat strown on a bare pond dam, under dead trees, 1/4 mile away. Couldn't get the GW out to check this place, but it was too late anyway. From 11:55 (ours opens at 12:00) to around 3:30, these jokers shot darn near every dove within 4 miles coming to that water and wheat....we came in from teal hunting that a.m. around 10 a.m., and there were several hundred on the side of our millet field, that we could see. They got up around 11:30 and flew towards the pond in question...most never came back. We still had a fair shoot. We have lots of speculation about what else they put out there to make the dove keep coming back to the pond AFTER they'd been shot up, but didn't see it. Ticks us off at all the work for someone to bait'em away. Bright spot is that all the millet that had resown itself and sprouted has caught the eye of the local Canadas for their afternoon feed.