what shrubs are very attractive for deer browse.

I didn't know ninebark was a good browse plant. Or that ROD would grow well in drier, upland sites. I've always read ROD was for wetter soils.
Any info on either of these shrubs is welcome.
I have about 100 ninebark growing on a field edge windbreak. They are solid shrubs for the outer edge of a windbreak and are great for small game, but the deer don't seem to browse them too heavily in Rusk County WI. ROD grows about anywhere, including upland sites. The deer definitely like to browse that shrub, but if you can cage it for a few years to get established it can withstand hard browsing.