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Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: NightHunter] #298928
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I've just purchased 36 acres last September in Marengo county Alabama. It has ~25 acres of 10 year old pines, and ~10 acres of 40 year old pines, and hardwoods. I have a camp on the other acre. My question is who would I contact for a timber management program? Thanks for your comments.


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Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: NightHunter] #318832
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Eric,

Just now seeing this. I can write you a management plan. PM me.

Thanks.

Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: NightHunter] #388049
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go spread lime and6-12-12. you will have so much new growth the deer can eat that is very good for theem


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Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: ericbowhunter] #532237
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I cover that area as well. Are you at 69 and Bashi Rd by any chance?

Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: woodsrider] #532840
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Anyone on here got a recomendation on a competent forester working in the area of Dale County(Ozark).I have 320 acres of planted pines and mixed natural regeneration and need some professional input on a bad burn/beetle problem on a portion of it.

Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: NightHunter] #533033
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Brad, check your PM.

Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: NightHunter] #569668
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I have recently contacted NRCS about 22 acres of Hardwood bottom land in Tallapoosa County less that 1/10th mi from Lake Martin. I am asking for assistance in 2-3 acre pond in a bottom with 3 springs and an overflowing old well. I am mainly asking for layout and recommendations for sizing. The property is pretty much all hardwood, mainly white oak, red oak, hickory,beech,dogwood, etc. with some scrub from a select cutting 12 yrs ago. I am considering shredding scrubs and cutting gum's out or would the cover with scrub be better? The scrub cutting would allow for planting of various fruit trees or maybe bur oak. Will the NRCS make good recommendations for wildlife habitat for deer and turkey? (they love it the way it is) my property adjoins trust land several hundred acres. This is my home and i want to improve asthetics and improve the nutritional year around. I am considering crab apples, muscadines, So, the lady said she would have wildlife biologist accompany her for soil samples for pond site and assign engineer. Can I get them to help with actual construction? I read somewhere that if I supported endangered fish species that they would assist in construction. I would prefer mainly pan fish, any recommendations or ideas would be appreciated.

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Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: NightHunter] #625065
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I am interested in finding out more about having a management plan written for our hunting land/farm. However, I don't know who to ask.
What does such a plan entail?
How much does it cost?
Is it an ongoing program or a one time assessment with specific recommendations?

Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: 40Bucks] #625068
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Originally Posted By: Pass_the_Buck
I am interested in finding out more about having a management plan written for our hunting land/farm. However, I don't know who to ask.
What does such a plan entail?
How much does it cost?
Is it an ongoing program or a one time assessment with specific recommendations?


The Alabama Forestry Commission and other governmental agencies will write you one for free. Forestry plans are usually written in time frame formats(ie. 5, 10, or 15 year, for instance). As management objectives change, so needs your plan to change.


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Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: N2TRKYS] #627083
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Originally Posted By: N2TRKYS
Originally Posted By: Pass_the_Buck
I am interested in finding out more about having a management plan written for our hunting land/farm. However, I don't know who to ask.
What does such a plan entail?
How much does it cost?
Is it an ongoing program or a one time assessment with specific recommendations?


The Alabama Forestry Commission and other governmental agencies will write you one for free. Forestry plans are usually written in time frame formats(ie. 5, 10, or 15 year, for instance). As management objectives change, so needs your plan to change.


Sometimes you get what you pay for. Some counties have excellent foresters but I have met some who are taking advantage of their state jobs. If you can find one who is willing to go out and walk the property and genuinely cares that would be great. Some would probably write you a plan without ever seeing the place.

Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: bwhunter] #627112
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Originally Posted By: bwhunter
Originally Posted By: N2TRKYS
Originally Posted By: Pass_the_Buck
I am interested in finding out more about having a management plan written for our hunting land/farm. However, I don't know who to ask.
What does such a plan entail?
How much does it cost?
Is it an ongoing program or a one time assessment with specific recommendations?


The Alabama Forestry Commission and other governmental agencies will write you one for free. Forestry plans are usually written in time frame formats(ie. 5, 10, or 15 year, for instance). As management objectives change, so needs your plan to change.


Sometimes you get what you pay for. Some counties have excellent foresters but I have met some who are taking advantage of their state jobs. If you can find one who is willing to go out and walk the property and genuinely cares that would be great. Some would probably write you a plan without ever seeing the place.



That is true.


83% of all statistics are made up.

Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: NightHunter] #627711
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Could use some help finding a forester in Hackelburg Al to help with 40 ac. Would first like to know what price pulp is bringing in that area. If anyone may could help thanks.

Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: NightHunter] #704205
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Ok guys.. They just got thru cutting our place in Monroe county. 87 acres total we probably cut 50 of it. I'm taking a dozier up this weekend to push out a fire lane and some new plots. We was told to let it lay till next summer then spray and burn it. Then around December replant loblolly . Does this sound good? Any info is appreciated . Also any info on how to make a farm and write some of this on our taxes. I've never done this before

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Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: NightHunter] #704338
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You need to let the hardwood stumps sprout and then spray around September. Then plant 2 or 3 gen loblolly.

Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: NightHunter] #704348
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Yes definitely wait till next year to spray and burn for best results. I didnt wait a full year where I had a good hot fire its clean but where I didnt there's a good bit of trash growing.


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Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: NightHunter] #750598
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A consultant (salesman) is telling me that I should put apply 3.75 gallons per acre of a liquid 11 0 1 fertilizer instead of 300 pounds per acre of a granular 13 13 13. My calculations say that this would equate to around 5 pounds of nitrogen per acre of the liquid vs 39 pounds of the granular, not to mention the huge difference in the P and K. Am I missing something.

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Title of this blog is "Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here". I guess it doesn't say when.

Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: loprofile] #817992
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Originally Posted By: loprofile
A consultant (salesman) is telling me that I should put apply 3.75 gallons per acre of a liquid 11 0 1 fertilizer instead of 300 pounds per acre of a granular 13 13 13. My calculations say that this would equate to around 5 pounds of nitrogen per acre of the liquid vs 39 pounds of the granular, not to mention the huge difference in the P and K. Am I missing something.


Can't answer that without knowing your soil test results

Re: Wildlife and Forestry management questions answered here. [Re: loprofile] #987317
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Originally Posted By: loprofile
A consultant (salesman) is telling me that I should put apply 3.75 gallons per acre of a liquid 11 0 1 fertilizer instead of 300 pounds per acre of a granular 13 13 13. My calculations say that this would equate to around 5 pounds of nitrogen per acre of the liquid vs 39 pounds of the granular, not to mention the huge difference in the P and K. Am I missing something.


I think your math is correct. 3.75 gallons/acre of anything is not much. Heck my sprayer has a 3.8 GPM pump on it, so I'd be done with an acre in one minute! I suppose you could dilute, but still. Granular is obviously water soluble when it rains, its just a more potent way of applying fertilizer.

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Originally Posted By: loprofile
A consultant (salesman) is telling me that I should put apply 3.75 gallons per acre of a liquid 11 0 1 fertilizer instead of 300 pounds per acre of a granular 13 13 13. My calculations say that this would equate around 5 pounds of nitrogen per acre of the liquid vs 39 pounds of the granular, not to mention the huge difference in the P and K. Am I missing something.


No idea what kind of liquid fert he is telling you to use but I can tell you the difference in growth and duration in turf products in reference to liquid vs. granular fertilizer. I wouldnt waist my time or money on liquid fert. Short term effects for your plants and keeps them on a roller coaster ride


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