I'm look'n for ideas for an effective plant selection. My hunting area is approx 130 acres and is an equal mix of thick woods and open, rolling hills. The open areas are covered in grasses (and weeds). Since the deer seem to have ample opportunity to eat the naturally-occuring (pasture-type) grasses, I don't think I need to plant any more. I figure a plot with wheat, oats or ryegrass wouldn't attract and hold deer any more than what's already on the property. In other words, why would a plot be any more tempting to deer than what's naturally growing? I'm thinking I need to plant a good mix of broadleafs - rape, clover and other brassicas. Is this a good plan, or am I missing something about the wheat and oat selection? Thanks for the advice.
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