Another big consideration is what to plant. Some seeds and blends are better than others at a given time of year. We plant turnips, for example, but the deer don't mess with them until after the rut's over. Other plants are also more expensive or difficult to grow than others. So day in and out, we have our most consistent luck with large ladino clover plots oversown with winter wheat that first fall. With a little care, the clover lasts for several seasons, while the wheat provides great attraction the first year, as the clover establishes. Take a look at the video for a little more.