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Just inherited 1/2 section of prairie land north of Milk River in Phillips County. Has surface water, natural gas wells, and some fencing. Some seed crops and cattle in the region. What kind of cover could be grown up in proximity to the water that might attract deer, elk, or antelope?
 

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What kind of cover could be grown
If you are thinking annual, Whitetail institute has a product call Conceal. I have not used it but may work till you get something long term.
 
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Thanks, Brady; I'll check with WTI. I wonder if it will need to be plowed under and replanted or if it has any chance of spreading into adjacent fields where it might not be welcome.
 

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One thing about WTI, customer service is outstanding. I have emailed them several times. Almost an immediate response.
It is an annual. It would need to be replanted yearly. I would call WTI and see if they could suggest a longterm solution while using their product for quick cover.
 
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