Planting food plots is my favorite thing to do! Well, planning for plantings is just as much fun as well. Let’s face it, I really don’t believe outfitters make that much money if you factor in the time they spend “working” on the properties they own and manage. There is no possible way an owner makes more than $2 per hour for his time; zero chance! I could be wrong with some awesome high-fence operations, but free-range fair chase deer, I’d set the over/under at $2 per hour for the owner. But as a retired physical education teacher told me, “I feel like I’ve never had to work a day in my life.” Back to the Fall food plot topic. What is the best Fall food plots to put in for Kentucky deer hunting? There are turkey to consider as well, but for the most part, if you spend time putting in food plots for whitetails, then your local turkeys will be fine no matter what you plant. In short, the “best” food plot is something that is “different” from everything else the deer have easy access too. If you’re offering a naked virgin in the middle of a food plot, will it attract hunters? Not if every other food plot around has 5 naked virgins in them with no other pressure from hunters.