Hey guys! I am an old hand at dove hunting, but the majority of my experience has been on public land over wheat and corn, and when I was a kid on late season private millet fields in FL. I finally have a private piece of property that I have permission to plant about an acre on, $150 to spend on prep, tools and seed, and a couple of buddies to help. Our tools are rudimentary (think a couple of garden tillers and hand tools). Do you guys have any advice for a couple of amatures? Do you have any suggestions on what and how to plant, and what prep work we should do? My thoughts are to alternate millet (suggestions on variety?) and sunflowers (suggestions on varieties and are we too late to plant them in two weeks?) with a nitrogen rich fertilizer at time of planting. The land is currently a periodically mowed grass field. There is a significant deer pdopluation on the property. I'd like to keep costs down while still building a feasible plot to get a couple of hunts over. Any advice would be very much appreciated!