I've been thinking about this for awhile now...Snow moves in and the birds have nowhere to go to for food...Can you say waterfowl boogie.verg said:I talked to a farmer the other day..he mentioned that his corn is at about 35% when it needs to be around 12% before it is ready. He said another three weeks if lucky. It is raining now.
Not only will it be tough for pheasant hunting but may hurt the waterfowl hunting as well. As the migration comes full swing, they may zip right on through without a good food source.
True to an extent... However the corn needs to get killed, then have dry days to dry. The mosture content is HIGH right now.omegax said:I remember hearing that rain doesn't effect the moisture amounts as much as you'd think... It certainly can't help, but is there any truth to what I heard that it's more of a hindrance to getting into the field than it is a huge setback on the moisture content?