I am going to be helping my son with a property in NE Kansas he just acquired. I live in western Kansas, so dense timber is an unfamiliar thing to me. According to the state forester, the property has mature post oak, black oak, white oak and bur oak, along with bitternut hickory and shagbark hickory, along with some persimmon. Hopefully, we will know more about deer activity after this first fall season and what resources the deer are using. I would be interested in comments on chestnuts, allegheny chinkapin and crab apple trees. There currently are no food plots on the property. The only open ground is fescue grass. I put some cameras out and there is a little deer activity, but not much at the moment.