alfalfa grows em' big and oats keep em' around later in the season. Also, Eatdeer has got good ideas about a centralized sanctuary and standing corn plots. In Ohio, I'm assuming there's plenty of food already. I hear you guys grow em' BIG. So I'd concentrate more on making your small lot a sanctuary, seriously. If you can make a nice safe haven for does, then you'll have bucks coming around sooner or later. Try to keep a thick bedding sanctuary as close to the middle of your property as possible, so, during the season, you can hunt travel routes all around it without invading any part of it. And your neighbors won't screw it up if the bedding areas aren't that close to their property line. Late in the season, if you haven't filled your tag, then I'd move in when there's fresh snow on the ground. If you do it right, you'll score. But once you move in, you'd better score on your first day, or your season is probably over.