I'm definitely going to plant some of those in the pastures. We may add some beets but on our place you have to really prep the soil (lots and lots and lots of rocks in the ground) for most of the root crop veggies. I love to plant daikon and rape. Both are doing a great job of softening up our soil. The hogs love to root up the root vegetables when the grass is eaten down. We have not gotten into peanuts yet, but do have plans to plant them. We grow a lot of different legumes and brassicas, beans, squash, pumpkin, etc. As I get more woodland pasture ready for seed, I will be sewing each space four times to start with. I like to get the slow starters going then add in the faster sprouting items, gets everything off to a good start. The paddock the hogs are in now has really softened up and we have to get in there and remove around 600 rocks and stones (at least), I have already seeded some grasses where they have done their work and it is coming up nicely. Now that it has decided to be winter like, I may find that I am through planting until march, when I usually start planting since here the frosts are gone by the middle of march usually.