Brute 23 wrote:Some thing to keep in mind is a lot of the guys who pay for the hunting leases won't bat one eye at buying out a cattle lease on good hunting ground if they need to in order to prevent issues. Here deer pay more than cattle so you either take both or play nice... the cattle guy will get the short end of the stick if push comes to shove.
Cattle come first here. And since I own the land I reckon I'll come out ok. I'm not turning the cattle in on them ( even though my contract says I can) cause that's the way I am. But you bet your britches they ll pay next year. Im keeping up with my expenses.....I'm thinking 3x