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When trying to draw in wild birds (pheasants) is it better to feed on the floor or in feeders......or both?

Thanks in advance lads.

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a clearing covered in straw and the feed chucked down on top. then add a feeder and maybe a straw bale shelter

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I've always found that starting to feed on the ground gets best results in drawing them in ......

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The little if seen use maze and hand feed wilf ,they go crazy for it ,

 

 

a clearing covered in straw and the feed chucked down on top. then add a feeder and maybe a straw bale shelter

a combination of these 2, maize trails all leading onto a good straw ride/clearing with shelter and a hopper

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Thanks lads, I have an acre of maize to plant as well so hopefully it will do the job......much appreciated.

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Wilf, i read the title and thought you'd taken up art...!

 

As above, Maize is best. ;)

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Wilf, i read the title and thought you'd taken up art...!

As above, Maize is best. ;)

Haha mate, no, my doctor says I'm not allowed pointy things ! Lol

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Hope your not planning on throwing them down the stairs

I don't have any stairs ! Lol lol

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Thanks lads, I have an acre of maize to plant as well so hopefully it will do the job......much appreciated.

Silage bales will act as a wind break, but a word of warning maze attracts rats like shit does flies.

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Thanks lads, I have an acre of maize to plant as well so hopefully it will do the job......much appreciated.

 

Silage bales will act as a wind break, but a word of warning maze attracts rats like shit does flies.

I'm positively counting on it mate ;).......

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Thanks lads, I have an acre of maize to plant as well so hopefully it will do the job......much appreciated.

Silage bales will act as a wind break, but a word of warning maze attracts rats like shit does flies.

I'm positively counting on it mate ;).......

 

then the silage bales are a must, end of the season lift them on the forks and the terriers will have a great time

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