This past weekend was Kentucky’s early two-day muzzleloader season. My brother, Matt, was in to hunt, and hoping for a doe to put in his freezer. There were endless acorn options for the deer—but not too many young turnip plots, like the one shown in the photo above. Although we think of brassica plots as a late-season food source, deer relish the tender young greens as well. Matt found the plot full of sign, and so that’s where he camped out.