I have five raised beds, one of which contains beets, carrot and chard. Something decided to snack on the leaves of the beets, leaving the stems. I figured rabbits, as the pattern started from one end and worked its way down the outside rows. I sprayed with the stinky stuff, as I have had luck with that in the past. I may not have sprayed enough, and it has been showering briefly on and off every day. Last night I noticed the save beets had been hit again, and some of the chard, but not the carrots, which are in the center of the beds. The odd thing is, several (about eight) of my beets have been yanked up and left for dead, as though they had pulled and dropped, they were not dug up. The leaves of those were wilted but intact. I usually don't have a deer problem, but would deer do something like this? None of the other vegetables have been molested.