Long-term plots: Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover, Starfire Red Clover, Delar Burnett, Beseem Clover, Duo Festulolium, Jumbo Ladino Clover, & Chicory; increases animal size and antler size.
High energy, highly nutritious annual mix containing Austrian Winter Peas, Forage Turnips, Swedes Forage Brassica and Rape. Very popular with wildlife enthusiasts!
Mixture of Purple Top Turnips, multi crowned Pasja Hybrid brassica, Ground Hog Radish, Dwarf Essex Rape, excellent as a deer attractant and feed source.
A specialty deer mix with high sugar grasses, white and red clovers, turnips, and chicory.
Perennial evergreen forb that produces into the winter and is relished by wildlife, grows 15”-18” tall.
High yielding, high oil content, very palatable and a great wildlife food source.
Late maturing, stays green going into winter, increasing grazing potential, high protein.
Non-bloating deep rooted perennial, very drought resistant, palatable legume used for grazing, excellent deer attractant, good for honey production, inoculant recommended.
Very nutritious, leafy, palatable forage, exceptional winter carryover value with high sugar and protein content.
Unique mix of grazing white clover, Big Rack deer clover, Berseem clover, medium red clover, A winter hardy Alfalfa, perennial ryegrass, forage rape, and winter rye for a nurse crop, offers more browsable species.
Annual, mix of fast growing annuals, all species in mix good to seed providing plenty to eat-Black Oil Sunflower, grain sorghum, Buckwheat, White Proso Millet, field peas.
Annual, will last deep into winter, with small grain returning in spring, high energy.
Annual mix of lettuce, turnips, and rape. Spring or late summer planting.
Annual mix of peas, soybeans, kale, turnips and rape. Ideal for spring or late summer planting. High protein forage.
High protein of clovers and chicory that grows well in sun or partial shade. Both deer and turkeys love it. Plant spring or fall. Will last 3-5 years.
Perennial, red and white clover, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Chicory. Plants ½ acre.
Perennial, comes close to being the perfect year round food plot mix, clover species, Chicory, and Birds Foot Trefoil, plants 1 acre, works best in moist fertile soils. Plants 1 acre.
Non-roundup ready and roundup ready.
Best cold tolerant, leafy and yields in late fall or early winter
Good forage, deer love them.
Very vigorous, very good leaf and root yield, high in sugar.
Early maturing forage rape, high yields, excellent cold tolerance.
Tall growing legume, biennial legume used by bee keepers for abundant white blossoms.
Perfect to feed deer in backyard or back 40.
Highly digestible grain and protein and minimal amounts of salt and molasses.
Big Bluestem, Little Bluestem, Indiangrass, Side Oats Grama, Blue Grama, Switchgrass (Cave-In-Rock, VNS) Rough Dropseed, Sand Dropseed, Prairie Dropseed, Buffalograss, Prairie Cordgrass
Canada Wildrye, Virginia Wildrye, Green Needlegrass, Tall Wheatgrass, Intermediate Wheatgrass, Slender Wheatgrass, Western Wheatgrass
Black-Eyed Susan, Blue Flag Iris, Blue Flax, Blue Vervain, Boneset (Cardinal Flower, Culvers Root, Wild Indigo), Canada Milkvetch, Canada Tick Trefoil, Purple Prairie Clover, White Prairie Clover, Compass Plant, Purple Coneflower, Pale Purple Coneflower, Prairie Coneflower, Yellow Coneflower, Lance Leaf Coreopsis, Plains Coreopsis, Cup Plant, Evening Primrose, Golden Alexander, Stiff Goldenrod, Illinois Bundleflower, Ironweed, Joe Pye Weed, Leadplant, Lupine (Perennial), Butterfly Milkweed, Common Milkweed, Swamp Milkweed, New England Aster, Smooth Blue Aster, Ohio Spiderwort. Partridge Pea, Marsh Blazing Star, Prairie Blazing Star, Prairie Cinquefoil, Rattle Snake Master, Round Lespedeza, Maximilian Sunflower, Ox-eye Sunflower, Tall Bellflower, Hoary Vervain, White Yarrow, Wild Bergamot
Midwest Native Mix (perennial native species), Midwest Mix, Midwest Value Mix, Knee High Mix, Partial Shade Mix, Honey Bee Feed Mix
Preserve the health of monarch butterflies for generations to come. Plant butterfly habit (milkweed) and avoid mowing ditches. Varieties include: Common Milkweed, Swamp Milkweed and Butterfly Milkweed