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Millo Fields

Discussion in 'Indiana Whitetail Hunting' started by Buckhunter, Jul 31, 2006.

  1. :confused: Does anyone know if Millo Fields are a good food source for whitetails and are they worth hunting over.
  2. Planted about 3 acres several years ago on a farm in Jefferson County several years ago. Owner said he hadn't made up his mind what he was going to do with it so i took it over. No fertilize or herbicide just disced the patch, seeded it and drug in. Not a great yield as milo needs a lot of nutrients, but owner said later that my patch saved his been crop as the deer went into the milo patch to feed and stayed out of his beans. Never did hunt over it as the deer cleaned it out before the season started. Would recomend it, but plant it so the crop will mature just before the season starts and fertilize the hell out of it, a small patch of one acre should do you just fine or larger if you can afford it.