Thanks Jim, It has been a bit challenging. Our biggest problem has been water. This year we broke some records and the plots look great. A lot of potash hits the ground when I listen to my soil tests. Clover grows but dries right up if we don't get rain. I have killed the top grasses and then just ruffed the soil for the clover seed. the grasses help hold the moisture. I figure if I do this for 25 years I will have built up sufficient topsoil. Last year the farmer that I lease my open land to planted soy beans. I had at least ten hit list bucks on the property above 130 inches. Amazing! This year no beans and guess what? One buck at maybe 125 and a bunch of dinks. A farmer planted 200 acres in beans 1.5 miles south of me. I shined his property and found the big bucks. I met with my farmer two days ago to work something out. He said that he can plant soybeans, somewhere on my farm every year. It's all been part of the process, you know the whole land management and QDM thing. Great fun and keeps me sane because I have to be talking about, working on projects, going to shows and/or hunting whitetail 360. I sometimes think it's a curse but my wife admires my dedication and still loves me.