Re: food plots
Do a soil test. That will give you an idea of what you should or shouldn't plant. Also, must consider lay of the land, what direction it slopes, what time of year do you want the deer to use it, how much time for maintenance do you have.
To have a successful food plot, there are many things to consider. Ones who want to plow the ground and throw seed down will be disappointed.
Having said that, IMO Whitetail Institute seed products are the way to go. No matter how your soil test comes out or how your land is, they have something that will work.