A four-acre food plot added this year. Within 75 yards of the camera is clover. In the past it has been wheat, oats, winter peas and turnips. Turkeys have enjoyed catching bugs in the clover all summer.
Five kinds of oak grow on the Farm. The most common are red and bur oak. The acorns are valued food for a variety of wildlife. Selective cutting of elm, hackberry and other trees helps the oaks grow and produce more.
A shooting house was a late-summer project built to provide hunters a warm spot in the winter and wildlife-watchers a place to be comfortable any time of the year. It will eventually be enclosed, with windows.