My seed supplier told me the Winfred Brassica does well in sandy soil . Said if it has decent rainfall when it gets established, will do well once it has dry conditions . Anyone try it ? I planted purple top turnips, forage radishes and rape last August . Got 12 to 15 inches high and the deer had it about flattened by late October . I could not hunt in October ,as I wasl laid up after knee surgery. First week of November it was still drawing a few deer . Just looking for other options . Might plant a few strips of Winfred and still plant the others that I used last year . He said the Winfred can withstand the grazing and grow better than what I used . I am a curious person and like to try other options . Will still try it regardless .