I think a lot will depend on what type of habitat surrounds it.
Wheat and Oats grow easy.Im guessing it's a steady fall to the creek making it hard for equipment.If you ever have the extra budget and a dozer can make you a nice long plot to catch them eating and crossing that be the ticketGood info guys. I appreciate it. I know it's too small to hold deer, but there are a lot of trails passing through. The creek bed is a small valley that runs about 1/2 mile to the north and 1/4 mile to the south. It's on my 2 neighbor's properties, which I do have permission from the smaller property owner. Are there any decent no till food plot seeds out there? Getting any equipment back deep enough into the woods is pretty much impossible. I don't own an ATV.
Maybe he could transplant some corn stalks with ears still attached. Instant food plot .Corn pile ?
This but when you do the clover do a small cereal grain with it as a nurse crop . That will take the browse presure off the clover so it can get established.Try the Throw @ Grow seed mixture....I would not mess with planting Corn.....try wheat,brassicas/rape and turnips...in paths/roadways plant Clover.