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Acorn crop #6947475
07/30/20 08:35 AM
07/30/20 08:35 AM
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logger coffey Offline OP
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Hows everybody's acorn crop, people always ask me because they know im in the woods everyday. around here there almost nonexistent the ones i have seen are small about bean size . i guess the corn sellers will do good this year around here

Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6947661
07/30/20 11:27 AM
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Too early to tell what may drop here.


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Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6947739
07/30/20 12:32 PM
07/30/20 12:32 PM
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Holmes Co. Ohio
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Red oaks here are loaded!

Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6947784
07/30/20 01:15 PM
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We had one or two 27* nights here at a bad time , lost all our apple blossoms. Canít imagine the oaks fared any better .

Re: Acorn crop [Re: Golf ball] #6947818
07/30/20 02:01 PM
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Loaded here again. Haven't seen any whites, plenty of reds.


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Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6948162
07/30/20 07:19 PM
07/30/20 07:19 PM
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Not much for oak around here.

Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6948242
07/30/20 08:04 PM
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Whites are loaded
But thatís the norm since we fertilize them near all tree stands


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Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6976962
08/28/20 11:16 PM
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Anyone's dropping yet?
I found some last Sunday. Nice big ones.


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Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6976973
08/28/20 11:30 PM
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Got them dropping here, deer have left my field.

Re: Acorn crop [Re: Owen156] #6976992
08/29/20 12:05 AM
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The two woodlots by my son's small farm have few oaks, mostly ash, beech, linden. The white oaks are dropping some big acorns right now.

Bryce

Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6976994
08/29/20 12:06 AM
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The two woodlots by my son's small farm have few oaks, mostly ash, beech, linden and sugar and silver maple. The white oaks are dropping some big acorns right now.

Bryce

Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6977008
08/29/20 12:27 AM
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Sounds like a machine gun going off in the woods up here with the drop.
Sure glad we don't sleep in the tin hunting shack anymore.

Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6977010
08/29/20 12:30 AM
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i'm gonna need a helmet for archery it looks like here.









Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6977014
08/29/20 12:36 AM
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Last year was such a bumper crop. I wasn't expecting it 2 years in a row, but we're off to a good acorn crop so far this year.


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Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6977024
08/29/20 01:02 AM
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There appears to be a shi***""""" good crop here.


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Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6977031
08/29/20 01:16 AM
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Originally Posted by logger coffey
Hows everybody's acorn crop, people always ask me because they know im in the woods everyday. around here there almost nonexistent the ones i have seen are small about bean size . i guess the corn sellers will do good this year around here

Acorns, beans and corn not doing good in NE Ohio. Not a drop of rain until yesterday. Now it's raining so hard the fish are looking for dry land.


jim
Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6977069
08/29/20 06:19 AM
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Small acorns off the red oaks. They're starting to drop.

Re: Acorn crop [Re: logger coffey] #6977087
08/29/20 06:52 AM
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Strange this year. Lots of food in the bush yet more problems in the neighbourhood with bears then we've had in a decade I bet.

Re: Acorn crop [Re: Crit-R-Dun] #6977107
08/29/20 07:20 AM
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Originally Posted by Crit-R-Dun
Strange this year. Lots of food in the bush yet more problems in the neighbourhood with bears then we've had in a decade I bet.


Ever see the movie " The Birds" well now it's "The Bears"


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Originally Posted by GROUSEWIT
Originally Posted by Crit-R-Dun
Strange this year. Lots of food in the bush yet more problems in the neighbourhood with bears then we've had in a decade I bet.


Ever see the movie " The Birds" well now it's "The Bears"


VT made a mandatory composting law and I waiting to see how the bearís will like them. We already have them in everyoneís garbage


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