Not the exact same pill, but I was running 2 different 75gr HP's in my 25-06, both with the same load, which was 55gr's of 760 in Rem brass and WLR primers @ 3700fps out of my 24" barrel.
I was also pushing the 85gr BT's @ just over 3600fps with 54gr's of H4350 in the same brass and primer, Winchester brass ran a couple grains heavier charges for the same velocities.
One word of caution, the barrel heats up quick with these loads, as little as 3 shots, so if you want long barrel life don't shoot the daylights out of it and let it cool. I have seen 1 25-06 barrel go bad in less than 800 shots due to being shot while too hot to touch too many times.
IMHO, really, the 25-06 is too much gun for a prairie dog session and is better suited to big game and heavier bullets.