Intermediate wheatgrass is good forage for cattle, so I'm sure deer will eat rather that go hungry. But I don't know if it is one of their favorite foods. My garden is on the edge of a small town. Deer tend to stay away during spring and summer. In fall, dominant males push other males out of the woods along the rivers. Then they get in my garden and might eat somewheatgrass, but that doesn't hurt it. In winter, deer will eat anything, and they prune my fruit trees, which I don't like. But if they eat the wheatgrass, they don't hurt it. Wheatgrass blooms in spring and produces seeds early summer here. Seed is ripe a little later than wheat seeds.
I've ordered the book "The $50 and up underground home" from interlibrary loan. By spring I may have one. A home. Not just the book. I've also looked at several websites on drilling my own well. Neighbors nearby have wells as little as 20ft. deep, about 6 or 6 1/2 m. Yes, 100 years ago I'd have grabbed a spade and have the well by now.
Yes, I sort of have a home. The home is in my wifes name, but Kansas community property law says I have rights to the home too. But the 1.2 acre garden is in my wife's sisters name. It would be worthwhile to agree to let wife have house, or most of the money from the sale of it, and I get the garden. Divorces are generally messy. I am trying to stay out of a court case. You never know how a judge will split things up. But if a couple go into court saying we are in agreement with this list of conditions, the judge generally OKs it and on to the next case.