So, to condense an entire story to a long sentence: after splitting fert cost with landowner but us supplying the seed, prepping and planting of an acre brassica plot at a property we get to bow hunt before and after firearms season....only to learn now that firearms is done we are not being allowed back on till some idiot gets done ML hunting (dude does nothing but mooch from owner) which will be from Saturday through Christmas Eve. Not mad at landowner persay because it is his property, what he says goes, but everything was done with the understanding things were like always.....alas not. So thinking forward to 2018 we've made the call to not incorporate anything for late season brassica wise. I am thinking a couple avenues to go with the plot and want some thoughts from like minded fellas here: Option #1 - A cereal grain plus a serious amount of soybeans planted. Yes, the beans are 100% not going to pod, but I'm planting it for the attractive growth stage not pods. This could be deadly from October 1st opener as the beans struggle to grow against browsing demands. Probably go with Oats as we see those get hit incredibly well and could still depending on browse be a benefit for the landowner during firearms season (mid-Nov). Option #2 - Go purely soybeans, seed incredibly thick (like 2x normal amount). This would benefit us the most but the second cold temps stop growth this plot goes desolate and landowner would not have any benefit. Option #3 - Purely extremely heavy on cereal grains (maybe mix oats/rye). Thoughts?