( Cropfields ) "Some of the easiest foods for hunters to focus on are farm grains," Yaich says. Whether it's wheat and barley in the North, corn and grain sorghums such as milo in the Midwest, or rice in the South, waterfowl readily adapt to farm feed. Japanese millet, a domesticated variant of wild millet, is popular with ducks but overlooked by hunters. While some ducks will browse dry fields, flooded croplands are a better bet. Look especially for late-planted fields, which were likely washed out in spring. If fall rains hit these flood-prone areas again, ducks will find the combination of water and standing grain irresistible.