Like to start a discussion we've dabbled in on other places here, at least I know Covey and I have....next year soybeans are going to become a big part of the food plot rotation at the property. We've never had a section large enough to justify soybeans and I'm excited to think they can finally be included and most likely make it to maturity. Question or discussion is not about variety...I'm most likely going to go with Real World or Eagle...the discussion is about planting method. We don't have a drill which I know and wish we had. We may get a 2 or 4 row planter to borrow, but I'm not going to plan on this....so if we can let's discuss broadcasting soybeans and experiences doing such. Let's assume burn off is done, all existing plants are sprayed and killed (most of the areas will have been plots this fall going into next spring of cereal grains or brassicas). Recommendations? Would one (A) just broadcast and maybe roll afterwords, obviously attempting to do this right before predicted moisture and preferably in soil that is somewhat moist but not saturated (soft). Or would you (B) broadcast, then lightly disc or run a harrow maybe over and then roll? I know some claim to just instead of 70lbs an acre rate broadcast 100lbs/acre rate and have had good success...but lot more trusted experience is present on this forum.