I like to toy with a variety of crops for the deer on my place. I was planning to plant a few acres of soybeans this year but now have been debating whether I should plant forage soybeans instead of traditional grain type soybeans. Only reason I can think to plant traditional is to leave them standing so that the deer can browse into the winter after the beans are dead ripe. Thoughts? And I’ve already got a couple patches of ladino clover established last year, as well as a good size area around the cabin for winter wheat or a winter mix.