I have a couple of farms that are in excess of 300 acres of thickets, small trees, briars, etc. that's in a wildlife program and cannot be disturbed (i.e. no food plots). I have noticed over the last 3-years that my bucks congregate on these properties starting in late October. According to my cameras, I have more bucks than does. The only food source is browse. I have mapped a lot of the honeysuckle areas. The deer don't seem to touch/focus on the honeysuckle until December. When they do, they hammer it. By the end of December, it's all but stripped down to just vines and the deer numbers start falling off. Does anyone here fertilize their honeysuckle? I've read some articles about type and timing, but it's mainly referring to blooms and not so much on foliage. Mainly, they suggest low to zero Nitrogen. I would think foliage would be better in the long winter months. Thoughts???