White Dutch clover grows good in low, moist places, but it doesn't produce the volume of some other clovers. It also holds up well to clipping and reseeds itself well. It the kind of clover you see growing in your yard.
I would no doubt go green doug cause the deer will be looking for something green and tender. If they plant the fields around you and harvest them they will leave some behind that gets thrown out of the combine and the deer can eat it if they wish so planting corn wouldn't really do you any good plus when the corn is gone its just gone but a winter plant will continue to grow and provide plenty of food.
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