This was an interesting trip to do a food plot, as I had not been to Macon co. before. As I followed the owner into his farm, there were acres and acres of tobaccco that had been harvested, along with thousands of pumpkins. This was some truly unique country! The first plot that we broke ground on was actually in Tennessee and Kentucky. A fence row seperated the the two states and I thought that was pretty unique! We sowed the Hoopers fall mix of Winter Wheat, Oats and Winter Peas on his plots and we looked at working some new ground next spring with some summer annuals. Notice how big this tobbaco barn is, there are five more just like it, one behind the other.