Speak to any local farmer and he’ll tell you heavy machinery is needed to clear the ground, plant, seed and manage the fields. All of this “heavy lifting” is required to get a good harvest. So how can the deer hunting enthusiast really expect to have plots of deer food on their land? After all, for the ordinary hunter, the expense of those giant farm machines is obviously well out of control. You may find more details about this at Feed That Game .
Luckily, when it comes to planning the land for the food plots, you have some more affordable options that will not only pull in the whitetails but also provide them with nutrients during the periods of the year when they need it the most. What are those possibilities? In many of the ATV’s and UTV’s of today you will find all the power and efficiency you need.
While choosing an ATV / UTV to ready your land there are several considerations you will remember. Energy is the first and arguably the most important thing to remember. Why is power so big?
To eliminate the need for the large agriculture machinery about which we talked earlier, you will need to use a range of modifications for the ATV / UTV. Such accessories come in the form of mowers, disk harrows, plows, spreaders, sprayers. Such accessories each have a role in the cycle of land planning and repair and each needs a vehicle that has the power necessary to get the maximum benefit.
You would find a refrigerated oil, 450cc system or equivalent. Evidently the greater the more strength here. Beside the modifications mentioned above, these vehicles will also be used to remove large debris from your property. The more strength, the greater the one time charge you will bear. Another factor is the selection of a vehicle with the best line of accessories to allow you to get the job done without any effort.
The accessories will add to the overall kit cost of course. Many manufacturers offer multi-function instruments for helping to keep costs in check. Choosing this alternative saves not only resources but also storage space. The plow-cultivator and a mower-spreader are some multifunction solutions. If you were to use these things, a harrow is the only extra thing you’d need to get the job done.