Great idea, but public sentiment seems to think we pay but there is way less in "we" get to hunt. If farmers want to get that kind of doe to sit on the rear end, they need to allow hunting on the land for the ones footing the bill.:thumbsup:I think the real question might be "What went right?". Short and flip , not much. By focusing on what is still right or at least OK, currently, analyzing how and why what works is still there and working, gives us a chance to use incentives and education to encourage techniques which will result in the same. Might sound simple, but it's going to take dollars to fix this. Along with public opinion. Ifyou pay farmers to grow iron weeds, what they make on corn, we would have a lot of iron weeds to hunt in!