One of the farms I hunt is planted in soy beans which are still green. Probably the worst case of crop damage I have ever seen. I'm certain the farmers can't harvest more than 25% of what they planted. Anyway time for the question. Tons of deer are eating in the feilds every evening - two of which are shooter bucks. I've seen the bucks twice and they were near the same spot both times. The neighbors, who don't hunt, are seeing them as well. Both bucks are still in velvet as of 9/14/07. Do you think those bucks will migrate to their fall range before the beans turn? Or when they loose their velvet? Or is there a good chance of them still being in the beans on the opener? Thanks for your opinions in advance!

Edited by J bird (09/16/07 08:00 PM)