I put some willows in the ground yesterday in three places and watered them in good. Its a little earlier than when I usually put them in, but I was wondering if I left plenty of smaller branches they might use them while stripping velvet.The first spot is a clover field with corn and brassicas/radishes in the background. I put a forked tree and a smaller bushy one in and had some average bucks check it out right away. Some stripped, some not. The next one is a grassy cedar valley they pass thu going to a soybean field.Right now they are just sniffing it and lightly working the branches. Again a few more average bucks some stripped some not. The last one is a weedy cornfield with clover and brassica/radish mix around it.I put in a bigger tree and a bushy one. This old buck checked it this morning but it was so foggy the pictures sucked from the fogged up lens. All in all not bad for less than 24 hours of putting them in, especially considering how much sweat and scent I left on everything. I will keep updating this thread as they really start hitting them.