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Took Down Treestands

Brad just took down the stands at The Proving Grounds.  That always means turkey season will open soon!  We take down our stands because trees expand an inch or more in circumference as the sap begins to rise.  This is a bit of a hassle, but it's much safer to remove stands and inspect them before hanging them again this coming fall.  In addition, if the stand's strap is extremely tight on the tree, it can cause sever damage to the tree.  It's a shame to damage a tree that is in a great location.  Be safe and remove your stands.

Growing Deer together,

Grant

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