Last year I had a huge problem with the crows eating my corn piles up. I mean I would dump 50 sometimes 100 pounds and it would be gone in two days or less. I was getting the pics to prove it. Dozens and dozens of pics with 20-30 crows at a time just destroying my corn pile from daylight until dark. I have two questions for you. The first is, does anyone know of a way to keep the crows away? Question number two is this. Do you guys think the presence of that many crows all day would affect deer activity at the corn pile? I was getting a good number of deer pics during the day before the crows found it and moved in. I was looking back through last years pics and it seems after the crows started hitting the pile, the deer stopped coming in during daylight. It seems the deer began to come in right at dusk and stay basically all night and leave around daylight when the crows showed back up. I also noticed that on the pics where the corn was all gone and the crows didn't show then it seemed the deer started to show during daylight again. Now this is on private ground with no one else allowed in there so the deer shouldn't be that pressured. I know there could be others sneaking in but haven't seen any sign of it so I don't think they went nocturnal because of pressure. I'm sure that many crows would be extremely loud and the deer might feel insecure with that kind of noise. I don't know what do you guys think.