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Deer turnips

Posted by fez920 Z5 (My Page) on
Thu, Nov 22, 07 at 17:13

Anyone know what is best variety of turnip for deer in Wi ?
Thanks


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RE: Deer turnips

Are you meaning to grow the root vegetable turnip to feed to the deer? I have never heard of this. They can have all mine ... that's one of two vegetables that I hate. The other is rutabagas.


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RE: Deer turnips

Sorry when I saw post I thought you were talking about something else brown and blob like. See link that suggests not only turnips but other types of brassicas for deer.

Here is a link that might be useful: Deer turnips


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Yes deer like turnips,rutabaga etc.in food plots. Looking for best? variety of turnip---Typhon ? & seed source.FEZ920 Z5 Wi


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RE: Deer turnips

I plant lots of "whitetail gardens" throughout the growing season. I use a blend of rutabagas, white egg turnips, purple top white globe turnips and gold ball turnips. I plant them shallow in the soil so they grow primarily above ground for easier access by deer in the autumn and winter. I also plant some broccoli and brussel sprouts too. Neat to have humans and wildlife eat from the same garden. :)


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