i live in eastern iowa and am looking trying to see if i can put a small little clover spot in my yard to try to keep deer on the trail cam without feding corn all winter. could i just throw clover seed down or whats the process? and your asking why my friend shot a 177 over clover.
Not to be sarcastic, but it's spring already. Everything here in North Central MO is green and full of life, so the deer are eating good right now,,, really good. In fact, there are probably deer out there who would pass on the corn and go for something fresher.
Now are you talking about doing this for next winter? If so, I would go against clover and go with turnips. You more than likely get some good snow in eastern Iowa every year... therefore, deer aren't going to scratch down to eat clover. They WILL however, scratch down to get to turnips. Plant them sometime between late August to late September.
Good luck brother!
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