Food, it would seem, should be the least of a hunter's worries on a farm, but the very abundance of forage can actually make hunting more difficult. Deer are continually switching from one food source to the next and often back again. Soybeans are a prime example; bucks binge on beans from July until the leaves turn brown, then abandon them for acorns, alfalfa, or corn. But come December, beans can get hot again, and even a stubble field may draw bucks for miles to binge in preparation for winter. Key in on the feeding cycles in your area.