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BEST FALL FOOD PLOTS BRING DEER IN ALL SEASON

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Published on Oct 6, 2011

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In this video we show you how to plant a fall food plot that will attract and feed your whitetail deer all during hunting season from early to late season. We planted our food plots september 3rd this video shows some of the prep work and the seeds we planted. Also shows how the plots are doing now.

This year we decided to go with whitetail institute tall tine tubers and whitetail institute winter greens so we would have some late season plots to hunt over. The deer will eat the turnips when they are first growing but they really start drawing deer in after a frost. We also planted oats so we would have something to hunt over during the early season. With our turnip and brassica plot and our oats we have a food plot that will be feeding the deer from early season all the way until after hunting season.

If you want to kill big deer in your food plot you have to plant a food plot that is going to be there and attract the whitetail does and whitetail bucks all during hunting season that is why I like to plant a mixture of whitetail institute whitetail oats and a mixture of winter greens and tall tine tubers.

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