Curious to hear others thoughts on this if they've experienced this. Our farmer cut (not picked...cut) the corn on my parent's property last Saturday. It's the earliest it's been cut in years (typically comes out in late November or early December...just used as silage). It's the first time in about 6 years it's been out in archery season. That year I had decent action in the cut corn for a few days, but nothing to write home about (I'm not a big large field edge guy). Fast forward to Tuesday evening. I sat in a bottleneck by my go-to main brassica and clover plot. I have pictures of deer in here all season (including the doe I shot early this season). Even a week ago, there were pictures of some 2.5's chasing in the plot. Tuesday it was like a dead zone. One lone fawn and then a doe and fawn at last light. I walked out and in my lights, there were tons of doe in the cut corn including a nice 3.5 year about 40 yards out. Have you had much success setting up on cut corn? I just hate field edges of this size, and getting back into the timber on these fields is hard now (I don't really have any stands setup of entry/exit as the corn is almost never cut during archery. I know most of you midwest guys have had corn out a while back now, but if anyone has experiencing cut corn this late, I would love to hear your experiences.