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after looking into it a little more you might be right. It was delicious though!
I just dehydrate mine because its easy i can fit allot in one bag and it doesnt take up freezer space plus they rehydrate well
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] I hate to inform you 2 but hen of the woods grows from tree roots not in an open field hear are some pictures for referance...
Nice lookin hens tundra!
Yes all on oaks both white and red oaks
No they will be fine the only thing that would shut them down now is if it gets to cold or stops raining and i dont think it will be a problem yet
[ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH] filled my basket 2 times and could have done a 3rd!
Definitely not hen of the woods then they are always close to a tree ill check my books when i get home and try to figure it out.
Is it right next to oaks because hens grow from the roots of oak trees. Just from what im seeing im still not convinced its a hen. Ill have to...
I dont think thats a hen break a good chunk off the side and flip it over and take another picture
hay old elm just out of curiosity what type of trees do you find most of your hens by out there? I find most of mine by white oaks here in mn
[ATTACH] here is something you can talk about lol! i filled the basket tonight they should be headed your way soon. the woods up here are thick...
Found another 3 hens to pick today and a bunch of small ones![ATTACH]
[ATTACH] probably one of the 2 stink horns near the center of my book more than likely the top one because it doesnt have a net around it
Picked a couple more nice ones tonight and found some more little ones![ATTACH]