I planted four varieties of soybeans side-by-side as a test this past spring, and the roundup ready Titan brand was a late addition to the test with only 2 bags planted and no special expectations. Well, the Titans have hit it out of the park and won the test by a mile. They are 5 feet high and still growing, under heavy browsing pressure. These beans have never been fenced, and the deer have held the forage soybeans next to them to under 3 feet. Total grazing pressure seems to be about equal between the four different kinds. I thought that the deer were steering slightly away from the Titans early on, but recently they definitely have been hitting the Titans hard, but they can't seem to make a dent in the growth. Lately the browsing deer are mostly hidden from view in them.