I have decided I am putting a food plot in our pasture this year. I cut a bunch of cedars and locust trees this afternoon, and mowed the grass down as best I could with our JD riding mower. I am going to pick up something to spray the grass and shrubs with tomorrow, then burn it off when the neighbor burns his pasture. My question is, what should I plant there? I have not taken a pH test yet, I have just recently gotten serious about this. But based on assumptions, any suggestions? It has always just been pasture land, grown up with cedars and locusts and native grasses. This is not a very big spot, maybe 90ish feet by 50ish feet (for now, I might cut more tomorrow). Another thing is, I don't have access to a plow or disk right now. I am going to ask around and see if I can borrow one or have someone come disk/plow for me. So far, I have been planning on Throw N Grow for the plot, but that can change based on everyone's thoughts and suggestions. Here is a pic of the plot. The orange outline is what I cut and mowed today, and the green is what I am thinking about cutting and mowing tomorrow. The blue is a pond that is close by, I'm hoping this combination keeps the deer out of the field to the SW for the most part. I have been having some problems with poaching and spotlighting at night.