We've had success with clover, but also RR soybeans and oats. We're surrounded by corn and bean fields, but deer will still go off trail to walk through our soybean plot.
If you're two acres is back in the woods, I don't think you could go wrong planting just about anything you'd like. Two acres of green stuff in the brown fall woods should be an attractant.
Only things we haven't seen our deer hit hard have been turnips and winter wheat.
Biggest attractant has been Austrian winter peas, but good luck getting them past the 3-4 inch stage if you have much of a deer herd.
As for brands - we couldn't grow anything on our hilltop plot until we tried Tecomate Monster Mix, not sure why it took off, but it did. I've also had good luck with Pennington's Durana clover.
Tried and failed with Whitetail Institute's Winter Greens and Extreme - neither have grown well for me.
We usually just buy what the local farm supply store has, but I like to try a different name brand product every once in a while, just to see if there is any difference.
What part of No. Missouri are you in?
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