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Some pictures of the wildlife outside the front of my house(NJ open farmland)
Herd of 19 deer,not all in the the picture.
Nice size
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Very nice!  Is it common out there for a buck to be with a group of does this early in the year?  Out here in Montana they are in their Bachelor herds (other than the young ones).
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If you look close there are 3 bucks in the picture,as a rule the bucks don't come out of the forest/tree lines until dusk.
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Seem to have missed a few there.  Got them now though.
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Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:

Very nice!  Is it common out there for a buck to be with a group of does this early in the year?  Out here in Montana they are in their Bachelor herds (other than the young ones).
run over here to idaho bucks an does run together here from  about the 1st of the year then about August band up in bachelor groups
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Originally posted by hunterwingler hunterwingler wrote:

Originally posted by helo18 helo18 wrote:

Very nice!  Is it common out there for a buck to be with a group of does this early in the year?  Out here in Montana they are in their Bachelor herds (other than the young ones).
run over here to idaho bucks an does run together here from  about the 1st of the year then about August band up in bachelor groups
 
Thats what we see here as well.  NICE set of antlers on those bucks!  What is that planted in the field, hard to tell by the pic.
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Nice AJ.  Field of soybeans?
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Here, the bucks are just starting to hang out together in packs.
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Soybeans, this is my killing zone for Groundhogs.
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There is vegetation in Jersey?  Really?  Farm land? I thought the whole thing was paved.
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Originally posted by Ick Ick wrote:

There is vegetation in Jersey?  Really?  Farm land? I thought the whole thing was paved.
Where i live i have no neighbours,all open land and forests,this is south jersey.
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New Jersey~my view from the house
Front view
side view
other side
rear view
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Beautiful pictures and a looking place.  Those pictures could be of Central IA, SE South Dakota, SW Minnesota....growing up on the farm sure makes me hate living in town.
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Looks like Indiana! Another Mouth Taped Shut place.
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  Hey AJ,how bad does it get when the fields get fertilized?   Dead
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Originally posted by 300S&W 300S&W wrote:

  Hey AJ,how bad does it get when the fields get fertilized?   Dead
 Soybeans are a type of crop you plant and forget.  
It's all dry grain type fertilizer once a year, so it's not a problem.
They use a foam spray type weed killer which isnt a problem either.
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  Your LUCKY then!  Around here they use chicken litter from the MANY chicken houses. It gets REAL BAD!!  I'm lucky in that I don't have any fields close to my place.
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You sure keep your place neat and clean.  Nice.
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Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

Looks like Indiana! Another Mouth Taped Shut place.
 
 
and Rick Pitino's mother...  Skull Wink 
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Originally posted by silver silver wrote:

Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

Looks like Indiana! Another Mouth Taped Shut place.
 
 
and Rick Pitino's mother...  Skull Wink 
Hoosier!
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Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

Originally posted by silver silver wrote:

Originally posted by BeltFed BeltFed wrote:

Looks like Indiana! Another Mouth Taped Shut place.
 
 
and Rick Pitino's mother...  Skull Wink 
Hoosier!
 
Just because your cusins from Wheeling call you flat lander, don't be gettin' all high and mighty with us!
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I lived in the mountains all my life, it was so hard to get use to the flatlands of NJ
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