The forage soybeans I referenced are produced by Eagle Seed. It is a family owned business, and that family has been selecting soybean traits for literally 40+ years.
However, I’m not sure you should plant the Eagle forage soybeans within sight of a public road. Deer find the Eagle Seed soybean forage and pods very attractive. I suspect that may make the deer more visible — at least the corn provides some cover. This is especially true during the early growth stages when the soybeans are 4’+ tall.
A cover crop that I frequently recommend for similar situations is Switchgrass. Switchgrass provides great bedding/escape cover and typically stands all winter (even through snow and ice). I plant it next to public roads so poachers can’t see and don’t wish to walk through it.
Growing Deer together,