I just talked to a local seed supply store and was asking for prices on certain items. He said he thought I could actually plant soybeans this late in the year and still get them up enough to attract deer for bow season. He did say however that they would die at the first frost. He said he had Cobb Soybeans for 18.50 a bag. I recall last year hunting in 70 degree temps in November, so isn't it possible that these crops might still be around come November unless we have really cold weather?

Any thoughts? Sounds crazy I know, but with 100 degree temps still around and the occasional shower, I wonder if it might work. I am sure this mix wouldn't do a darn thing for the deer after the cold season sets in.
Matthew 25:31-46
Are you a Sheep or a Goat?