Around our parts, all you have to do is take a plow to a patch and break the stranglehold of the fescue. The natural forbs immediately sprout and the resulting plot becomes prime bedding/feeding.
I've been doing that, letting the patch lay for about 5 years and then rotovating that patch and planting wheat/clover.
many consider a chainsaw to be the most important tool for those trying to create habitat for deer.
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