Does anyone know if swamp white oaks are tastier to deer than regular whites? i know the whites have less tanins than the reds. or is it merely the fact that they grow in moister soils thus being closer to bedding areas and are hit first by the deer. Been finding clusters of them in thick wet stuff and they seem to be getting hammered by the deer. Also do burr oaks produce a larger acorn than swamp whites or vice versa and what is the order of a deers preferance of oaks??