For a long time there has been a lot of pop corn grown in my county. Now this year there are only two farmers who have contracts to grow popcorn. In my experience and observations during winter time feeding, popcorn is the last resort. Usually prolonged periods of snow or cold, and later in the season, you will see deer finally hitting those cut fields. They only seem to like popcorn for one thing, ...cover. I am hoping with less popcorn grown and more field corn available after the harvest that the deer will not be as stressed and have a quicker recovery heading into spring and antler growing season. Which I hope means more and bigger bucks in the next few years!! Whats others opinions on this topic?