Alright, so I've got a question that I wanted your input on. On our 40 acres we have 3 food plots, 1 ~ 1/2 acre and 2 ~ 1/4 acre, the largest we've had planted in clover the past 5 years and it's worked great, the smaller two we usually plant in radishes in late August. We were thinking of trying soybeans in one of the smaller plots this year but I'm not sure if we'll even get anything or if the deer/other critters will just mow it down too quickly. For context, the closest main ag field in all directions is at least 1/2 mile away in all directions and will either be corn or alphalpha. Would you guys bother trying for soybeans, or just stick with the radishes like we've had the last 3-5 years (or try something new to bring and keep deer in the area). Thanks for any insight you guys might have.