I want to help the deer to rebuild there body fat reserves after the rut and help the does and fawns through the winter. I have a clover plot that the deer have browsed to the ground. With the snow on it they haven't touched it. I also have a small turnip plot that they are tearing up, but I haven't seen any turnip bulbs as I might have planted it to thick. I have also put out corn and a bale of alfelfa. The guys at the feed mill said the deer will walk right by the corn to eat the alfelfa, but they have eaten all the corn and haven't touched the alfelfa at all. The corn was right beside the alfelfa so they know its there. The alfelfa was from this year and I broke the bail open and fluffed it up but still the haven't touched it. Whats going on? What else would be good to put out for them?