We are trying to create bedding, and new transitions on a 40 acre piece, as later in the year the deer move off into the "good bedding" areas, leaving this 40 most all together. This property consists of a 25 acre crop field shaped in a C , and 10-15 acres of woods in the middle of that C ...being very open later in the year. Here is my attempt at explaining what we are trying to do. We would like to add some type of grass for bedding/transitional areas, and for plot screens....but do not know what. The deer currently travel mostly through Russian olive, but we do not want to add any more of that. Its invasive and loses leaves therefore losing cover. The blue lines are the travel paths and transitional zones we are trying to create, out of thick grass. Something more than CRP, that is very high and holds high all year...therefore holding deer. The Russian olive transitions are where they travel now most always... from the neighboring properties awesome bedding areas. Hugh swamp south, and huge low pressure tract of woods east. We hunt the 30 acres of olive to the west with good success, but even that runs thin later in the season. So, heres the plan. We take the empty 25 acre field and leave two crop spots for alfalfa, etc.(green). We surround those fields, and the road edge, and all wood edges with plot screens (thicker red). Then we fill in the rest of the field with tall thick grass to create bedding(sparce red) and transitional runways (blue lines). What types of grass/plants would you use for: 1) Plot Screens - I have heard Egyptian Wheat? We may look into juniper bushes or something in the evergreen family for along the road and intermittently throughout the grass to create warmer cover late. 2) Bedding / Transitions - we need to hold deer on this property to hunt. So thick, thick, tall, stuff. The deer would have to feel comfortable moving through this during the day along those blue lines or in that general direction. I know this is kinda confusing, so lmk if you have any questions. Thanks for any help!