Trying to figure out where to clear for food plots, travel corridors, bedding areas, etc. The area in red is my property. My house is in the north west corner. The green outlines are the areas I thought about setting up food plots. The most south western one is already clear, but it also is the lowest spot on the land, so it catches all the drainage from the area to the south. There's an intermittent stream that's been more constant the past year. On the eastern side, it is cleared completely, about 20-30 yards wide for my range. The land generally falls downhill, with the house being the highest point, though on that western side, the lowest point is about 2/3 of the way down the range. The area was logged and is densely packed with skinny pines. Down by the stream, there's a lot of thick undergrowth - natural barbed wire, I call it. I haven't been in there ever. The buildings to the south are a chicken farm. The other side of the road to the north is crops that vary between tobacco, soy beans, and fallow. This year it was fallow. Directly east is land about like mine. To the west is a regrowing cutover, managed about like mine was before I bought it, but the area southwest is swampy. My land was tobacco fields years ago and there are a couple of manmade ridges that run for various lengths. My neighbor said they were dikes for preventing erosion. Thoughts?