I was scouting a farm I hunt every year today. The main field gets rotated every year between corn and soy beans. There are two fields that normally do not get planted, just cut fields. This year to my surprise these fields got planted, But with what I'm not sure. all the soy fields here now are 2 feet tall, dark green, and all have beens on them. These two fields kind of look like young soy bean plants. They are only about 8-10 inches tall very light green and now just flowering. No beans or other fruit for me to judge. Its about 6 acres of this. Between the corn and back wood line. Now I have never seen soy beens planted this late in the year, and the farmers usually don't plant anything else. Whatever it is it is looking like a great feeding place for the deer well into bow season.
Any ideas on what else it could be is my question? Or why the late crop of soy?