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Old June 26, 2012, 12:55 PM   #16
Brian Pfleuger
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I find the same behavior as described in the OP. We lease a piece of property that has had an approximately 75 acre soy bean field for several years. The deer are plentiful and predictable when the crop is standing. As soon as it's cut, they begin to dwindle in both numbers and predictability. By late gun season, it's as if there was never a crop.

My experience is that corn is less attractive to deer but obviously they stick around as long as it's still there.
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