We have a 1/2 acre food plot that is a mix of oats and turnips but the deer are not touching my turnips at all. It is an Evolved Habitat seed plot and they are eating the oats but not the turnips. Granted it's not in a high deer density area but the plot is so lush that it looks like something off of TV. I kept thinking they would start after a couple of good frost but that hasn't happened yet. Is there a type of turnip that the deer don't like? When I planted the plot I also added some purple top turnip seed mixed in just to add a variety. This plot hasn't been hunted at all because we were saving until now to try and shoot a couple of does with our bows plus we had to worry about the tresspassing neighbor shooting us during gun season. So we stayed out. This is on a very small parcel of land and the land around us has only small wood lots and a good grown up creek bottom. We usually are able to see several does each year and take a few in the small set of woods we have to hunt. This is the first year we planted the food plot and I really expected to draw in every deer in the area with the turnips, but they just aren't eating them. Anybody have any theories as to what is wrong with my plot? Here is a couple of pics of the plot, and yes I know my blind is in the wide open but it has been out all season for them to get used to it.