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Plowed under cornfields

Discussion in 'Indiana Whitetail Hunting' started by Buckhunter, Nov 24, 2006.

  1. How do the deer react to freshly plowed under cornfields? It seems to me that most of the extra corn that was dropped during harvest is now buried and the deer might abondon the fields. My old farm never plowed until spring so this is the first time that I've had to deal with this. When I got to my property with my daughter this afternoon they were plowing and was about half done. I still went to the ground blind I had set up along were the CRP, cornfield and woods all meet and had two small bucks come out at last light. Unfortunatly they did not cooperate so my kid could harvest one but now I'm worried that the sightings are going to drop drastically. What has everyone else experienced when the fields were plowed?
     
  2. The corn field adjacent to the woods that I hunt is a plowed corn field and it still holds plenty of feeding deer.