Anyone ever buy a bag of deer corn from places like Tractor Supply, and try planting it? I am thinking of giving it a shot, as planting corn is going for $200. a bag, and deer corn is $9.00 a bag. It is solely for the wildlife to eat, and I don't plan on harvesting it. I know the planting corn has chemicals sprayed on it to help germination, but if I get at least 85% germination, I'm happy. Any thoughts? I am going to grab a handful from a buddy that puts it out for deer, and try it indoors. to see if it grows. I know last summer, when i grew sweet corn in the garden, I let a few ears dry out for planting this spring, and last fall, I stuck a few kernals in a bucket, and in a few days, they sprouted. So why wouldn't bagged deer corn?