James Kroll "Dr Deer" issued a stament on his Facebook page yesterday stating deer don't eat brassicas, that they are toxic mustard, and that if your deer are eating them they have nothing else to eat. I have followed Dr Kroll for many years, but I think he is way off base with this. Pretty bold blanket statement to make. Seems like he is stuck in a "Texas" mentality. I would bet brassicas don't work well there just like they don't do as well across the South. Doesn't get cold enough early enough in the year. I plant clover, alfalfa, chicory, corn, beans, oats, wheat, rye, and several brassica varieties every year. The deer on my farms have access to all of these at once so they can choose to eat what they want. I get more pictures and sightings of deer in my brassicas from Sept15-Dec 1st than on any other food. Would probably be later but I usually run out by December and plots are bare dirt. Thoughts?