I'll be planting something to screen the road and to break up a large field into smaller plots. Instead of using corn this year I'd like to try something different. Ideally, the mix would: * Get at least as tall as corn * Stand up through a Northern Indiana winter * Double as a dove attractant * Be able to be planted with my existing equipment (JD 7000 planter, spreader, cultipacker) * Be a mix of several things My soil is sandy loam and some of the areas I need to plant are a little wet until summer. I'm thinking forage sorghum, or sunn hemp for the height with a mix of sunflowers, milo and maybe some peas. I don't know how well that would stand up to snow & winds and I don't know about the shorter stuff getting shaded out by the taller stuff. Would be interested to hear from experience on mixes, seeding rates, etc.