Have planted an acre of beans the past two years in the same spot and had TONS of deer hammer them from the time I took the fence down in October until February. Planted an acre of corn this year in the same spot and haven't seen half the action in the corn as I have the beans, in person and on camera. Is there too good of a mast crop in Rutherford County? Does it take time for deer to learn to eat corn off the stalk (no row crops within 5+ miles)? Need to get cold before they're craving corn? Have probably put less pressure on the spot this year than in the previous years. Could always be other factors, but any insight would be appreciated!