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I leased 15 acres and a local farmer planted 2 bags of sunflower for me to attract doves and serve as feed and cover. It holds birds I miss or aren’t calling back to my mini preserve and it looks great. I used certified seed which was 60 per 50 vs 35 for standard black [...]

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As we bird hunt the big loop thru Montana we’ve met a lot of great people and many customers. Raining today and I’m in need of rest. 8 miles a day is tough on me. A longtime LCS customer, Pat from Helena, offered to lend us a hand yesterday. He had introduced himself after seeing [...]

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If you want to try hunting Montana, there is lots of open hunting land. State, federal, BLM and more but be ready to walk 6 to 12 miles a day. My Garmin Vivofit shows an average day for me. It is a great tool not just for hunting but daily motivation. So easy to use, [...]

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As we bird hunt the big loop thru Montana we have met a lot of great people and many customers. Today, it is raining and I am in need of rest. These 8 miles a day are tough on me. A longtime LCS Customer, Pat from Helena, offered to lend us a hand yesterday, he [...]

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Greetings from Montana. I’m about to realize a lifetime dream of hunting wild birds out west with my own dogs!  I will be gone for 3 weeks and hope to keep my friends posted here on Bucks blog. This photo by Dave Brown is of my string of Lion Country Setters resting along the Big [...]

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At last, the tomatoes in my garden are beginning to ripen. They’ve been slow due to our recent monsoon-like rains coupled with the cooler fallish temps. Plus they went in late. And I grow types that ripen late. Though the plants are somewhat challenged, I feel confident. Look, here comes the sun. I grew many [...]

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