RE: A Question on feeding deers
Not many optionsjust "throw on the ground" once a month.... and nothing I know of will produce any measurable results. See if the landowner is amenable to you strapping several 6" PVC tubes to some trees? You can find plans all over the internet - generally make them 4 to 6' tall, removable cap on top, and a small, gravity/free choice feed hole at the bottom to allow the deer/turkeys/hogs/anything else to browse at will. Then, find any good commercially available deer protein feed (minimum 16% for antler and doe/fawn development) and fill them with that. On your first fill, use a SMALL amount of corn mixed in, just to get them started, then they will come eat the protein on their own, when they figure out they need the nutrition.
Strap it good on a tree - the hogs will destroy them, if you have hogs and they can reach it. And besides, if it gets torn up, they are cheap to make... Make several of them, fill them once a month, and you may see some results next year... YMMV.
There's always a hunting season open, somewhere...