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Deer habitats can cover several hundreds of acres. Food plots sizes can range from 1000 square feet to several acres.

Deer feed singly or in small herds and the variety that can be planted can be large scale. Some of the feeds that can be planted include: grasses, legumes, vetches, soybeans, peas, and herbs.

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Deer will eat almost anything green with nice tender young growth. I have yet to find anything that I plant for myself that deer will refuse and put forth the best efforts to reach; short of tall or electric fences  and if you plant it they will come. The encroachment of homes and more and more land being taken away from wildlife makes many a garden an "all you can eat" buffet just waiting to happen. In these closer contact areas food plots have to be designed for attraction of the most favorite foods possible. Deer are like humans and if they can get dessert the weeds just don't taste as good. Regions that are still inhabited by larger wilderness areas can offer food plots as the enticement needed just to get a look at the more elusive of the deer populations. 

Nature's banquet might have been short changed by the weather or other natural occurrences and food plots offer supplemental approaches to the nutrition and health of all wildlife species. Many more parks and areas that are heavily visited by wildlife enthusiasts are using food plots to get the wildlife "nearer"  and still maintain the freedom of the wild. Food plots let humans enjoy the experience without disrupting the lives of the animals. 

Zoos are not the ideal way to visit most of the non-threatening wildlife in the most natural locale but many person would never see a live animal if they didn't exist and  they know the importance of supplying nutritional food to keep the animals as healthy as possible.  Deer travel in small groups several miles searching for the different types of plants that the season offers. Types of minerals, salts and water are found along the way. Food plots add to the diversity of natural vegetation that may not be in abundance or of poor quality that year.

Deer food plots can be planted from vetches, deer tongue and herbs that contain oils in the leaves and the scent can draw them from a distance. Beans, peas, clovers, sorghums, millets, ryes, grasses,  almost any kind of vegetation similar to these can be planted to attract deer. Trees that fruit, produce acorns, berry producers, berry bushes, weed seeds that grow regionally, al this and more can be planted to attract deer to food plots.

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Deer will actively graze food plots planted in their habitat areas.  Many times in areas with high populations, they may damage food plot plants by heavily grazing the available plants. Be sure you plant enough food plots according to the deer population.  Food plots can be established  from early spring to early fall. The best planting time is early spring with mixes that provide crops that mature all through spring, summer and fall for a more year-round food resource for the deer  Many of the mixtures are specially designed with this in mind with the additions of perennials and annual seeds..  

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