Deer tend to bite off the newest growth in a field. In beans, the may give plants a stunted, almost chemical injury type appearance when viewed from the road. However, a closer examination will show that new growth has been clipped off.
|Obvious deer feed injury to soybeans|
|"Not so" obvious deer feeding injury to soybean|
|Hoof print near a corn plant with deer feeding injury|
|Corn that has been fed on by a deer and will lead to "telescoping" of regrowth|