Learned some neat stuff. 1. Forage Soybeans can tolerate lower PH don't have to have that perfect 7 and P and K aren't as important. So if you can't get their don't panic but he had a great example You have three size drinking straws. PH7 being the largest diameter straw, and PH5 being the smallest straw you still get the liquid but maybe not as fast. 2. Deer can't not over browse Forage Soybeans unlike RR Soybeans. 3. If you are going to plant in rows then prefer 32 inches apart but that is just a preference not rule. 4. Some common sense stuff - Leaf size on forage soybeans is alot larger. If you have a deer eating 10 x10 area and the leaf size is bigger then getting more nutrition. 5. Forage soybeans over alfalfa for planting- alfalfa will get tuff until cut again. But with that in mind if it was me and I had alfalfa I would cut it just before season open. 6. Reseeding - Looks like my plan of having strips this year may be out because I have so much reseeding - Unlike corn it will mature and grow again. 7. Plant you plots with Protein for the Sept, October and Carbohydrates for the November, December 8. Who ever seed mixes you use if they look pretty and the deer not using it, what the use. The best food plots mixes are the ones that are browsed heavy and lots of droppings. 9. Clover for deer is like a wave on providing deer what it needs but when it at it's lowest spot is when chicory is at it's highest. 10. To get a mature crop June 15th in SE Missouri is the latest you should plant.