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    Weekend at Bullz-I's...



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    It's 5am. Can't remember how I got to the party. Purse has nothing in it. Lipstick is smeared all over my face. Just need to sort some things out.
    I believe in unicorns.

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    LOL...

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    Jon, are they roosting on you or on the neighbor with the border wall--LOL?
    Neither! The tom I shot roosts across the street in the woods. The jakes were roosted in my other border farm's woods. I haven't had any roosting on my property far as I can tell.

    Normally, I can call until I hear a bird then I'll go quiet for a while to see if they are coming my way. If, after a period of about 15-20 minutes, I don't hear them I will softly call again to see if I can get a gobble. If I hear nothing, I just sit and wait.
    Over calling gets the birds on alert and will make them very shy around here anyway.
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    That's good news. At least you don't have to try to pull birds past a row of blinds. I was gonna say if you have the ability to put a chufa patch on the side farthest from the competition so you're not baiting for them, you might get some birds to bypass them. Possibly even to roost on you.

    I've had people sit "on" property lines and take advantage of my hard work, but homey don't do that anymore.





    **Do not plant Turkey Select Chufa until soil temperatures reach a constant 65 F. Wait as long as necessary for soil temperatures to reach a constant 65 F before planting.


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    Do not plant PowerPlant or Turkey Select Chufa in black areas
    If that's not racist then I don't know what is.
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    I agree with DP. Black areas matter.
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