Grains & Pea Blends

Elk Mound Seed offers five different varieties of oats and six mixtures of pea blends.
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Grains

Certified Triactor Oats – $10.95/bu.


  • Great grain/forage oat
  • Late maturity
  • Leafier than the average oat
  • Superb yields

Certified Souris Oats – ASK/bu.


  • Excellent all-around
  • Med-Late maturity
  • Replaced Morton Oats
  • Stands great, excellent yields


Certified Rockford Oats – ASK/bu.

  • Super high yielding oat
  • Late maturity
  • Introduced in 2008 by the University of North Dakota
  • Unmatched yield to test weight ratios
  • Tall, with great lodging resistance
  • Not recommended for underseedings


Ogle Oats – ASK / bu

  • Excellent yield, medium maturity and stiff straw
  • Widely adaptable, shows excellent yield and exhibits excellent resistance to the barley yellow dwarf virus
  • Susceptible to most current races of rust and loose smut


Jerry Oats – $9.95 / bu

  • One of the best varieties out of North Dakota
  • Mid-season maturity with good test weight
  • Expect very white attractive kernels


Spring Triticale – $17.75 / 50#

  • A close relative of wheat that results from pollinating Duram Wheat with rye pollen
  • The resulting grain is then used in a breeding program to produce stable self-replicating triticale
  • The basic objective in creating this cross is to capture the best traits of rye and wheat
  • Triticale can be grown to produce grain or silage
  • Grazing and cover crop options can also be good choices
  • Potential exists to increase yields in other crops when added to rotation
  • Look for reduced costs and risk management of weather too!
  • Seed at 60-80 lbs/acre


Buckwheat – $49.95/ 50#

  • Widely regarded as the best crop for green manure
  • Deteriorating and depleted soils benefit most from this plow down where 2-3 tons of dry matter will benefit most
  • Expect to plow down in as little as 6 to 8 weeks
  • Buckwheat seed and production costs are low so if local markets indicate demand, some respectable cash cropping could be expected
  • Seed 1″ deep at 55 lbs/acre


Lacey Barley  - ASK / 48#

  • Extremely respectable for forage
  • Six-row barley
  • Medium size kernels
  • Good lodging resistance

Tradition Barley  - $15.95 / 48#


  • A NDSU variety
  • Excellent agronomic performance and malt quality
  • Medium maturity, medium-short height and strong straw
  • Semi-smooth awns
  • Six row malting barley


Un Certified Jerry Winter Wheat – $16.95 / 60#

  • Control erosion and weeds with this over wintering crop
  • Expect valuable grain with yields of 40-80 bu/acre and excellent straw
  • Fall seeding will yield fall stand with plants heading out in May
  • Seed at 120 lbs/acre

RB07 Spring Wheat – $16.95 / 60#


  • Medium to small sized kernels
  • Early Maturing
  • High yield potential and above average grain protein
  • Seed at 120 lbs/acre

Faller Spring Wheat – $16.95 / 60#


  • Very high yield potential
  • Good milling and baking characteristics
  • Good protection against stem and leaf rust
  • Seed at 120 lbs/acre

Winter Rye – $14.95 / 56#

  • Can be grazed late into fall, controls weeds and offers excellent bio-mass tonnage if plowed down
  • Plant late and expect germination
  • This seed will germinate down to 35 degrees F
  • Crop can also be produced on low pH, low fertility and light, sandy soils
  • Follow winter rye with soybeans for strong performance

Spooner Winter Rye – 56# / $15.95
High yielding rye with excellent winter hardiness. A tall variety with minimum lodging issues. Released by the University of Wisconsin in 1992.

  • Spooner is a PVP variety
  • Is certified seed
  • Better than average test weight and yields
  • Seed at 80-120 lbs/acre
  • Seeding depth ½-2″ deep

Elk Mound Seed - 4010 PM I Peas/Oats

Triactor Oats

Pea Blends

PM I (60% Forage Peas/40% Oats)
$19.95 / 50#

  • Drill approximately 3/4″ deep and seed at 120-150 lbs/acre (less if underseeding legumes).
  • Plan on harvesting 50-60 days after planting.
  • Harvesting when small grain is at the boot stage will provide the best quality. Waiting until milk stage will improve tonnage but decrease quality.
  • Seed as soon as fields are ready to be worked
  • Tests of 20% protein can be had if harvested at the right time

PM II (60% Forage Peas/40% Barely)
$19.95 / 50#

  • Drill approximately 3/4″ deep and seed at 120-150 lbs/acre (less if underseeding legumes).
  • Plan on harvesting 50-60 days after planting.
  • Harvesting when small grain is at the boot stage will provide the best quality. Waiting until milk stage will improve tonnage but decrease quality.
  • Seed as soon as fields are ready to be worked

PM III (60% Forage Peas/40% Triticale)
$19.95 / 50#

  • Drill approximately 3/4″ deep and seed at 120-150 lbs/acre (less if underseeding legumes).
  • Plan on harvesting 50-60 days after planting.
  • Harvesting when small grain is at the boot stage will provide the best quality. Waiting until milk stage will improve tonnage but decrease quality.
  • Seed as soon as fields are ready to be worked
  • Protein will range from 15-20%

4010 Peas & Oats (50% each) – $20.95 / 50#

  • Drill approximately 3/4″ deep and seed at 120-150 lbs/acre (less if underseeding legumes).
  • Plan on harvesting 50-60 days after planting.
  • Harvesting when small grain is at the boot stage will provide the best quality. Waiting until milk stage will improve tonnage but decrease quality.
  • Seed as soon as fields are ready to be worked
  • A great mix to under seed with alfalfa
  • This mix is made with the most disease resistant oats and 4010 field peas
  • The tonnage yields and protein are much larger than small grain alternatives

4010 Peas & Barley (50% each) – $20.95 / 50#

  • Drill approximately 3/4″ deep and seed at 120-150 lbs/acre (less if underseeding legumes).
  • Plan on harvesting 50-60 days after planting.
  • Harvesting when small grain is at the boot stage will provide the best quality. Waiting until milk stage will improve tonnage but decrease quality.
  • Seed as soon as fields are ready to be worked
  • This mix can utilize 60 lbs N, 30 lbs P and 60 lbs K
  • Protein can range for 15-19%

4010 Peas & Triticale (50% each) – $20.95 / 50#

  • Drill approximately 3/4″ deep and seed at 120-150 lbs/acre (less if underseeding legumes).
  • Plan on harvesting 50-60 days after planting.
  • Harvesting when small grain is at the boot stage will provide the best quality. Waiting until milk stage will improve tonnage but decrease quality.
  • Seed as soon as fields are ready to be worked
  • Triticale is similar to oats, but with more leafy density, thicker leaves and higher protein
  • Needs 60 lbs N, 30 lbs P and 60 lbs K
  • Mix can yield 2-4 tons dry matter per acre

4010 Forage Peas – $22.95 / 50#

  • These field peas are great for silage, baleage or grain and an excellent source of protein
  • Small grains in the mixture helps the peas stand making it easier to harvest
  • The 4010 variety of Canadian pea was developed for higher forage yields and its standibility
  • These peas are grown in a mixture with oats, barley or triticale and can yield tons of silage
  • Can also be followed with a sorghum-sudan millet double-crop, 50 lbs of peas and 2-1/2 bu. of oats can be seeded with clover or alfalfa
  • The stand reduces weed competition and allows for one or two alfalfa cuttings following harvest
  • 4010 is a speckled pea that is not meant to be harvested for grain
  • Seed at 50-75 lbs/acre blended with small grain. Small grains would be seeded at 50-75 lbs/acre

Canadian Forage Peas – $20.95 / 50#

  • This forage type yellow pea is specifically sourced to be blended with a small grain
  • This leafy type pea has many of the same characteristics as the 4010 forage pea
  • Yields are also similar to the 4010 forage peas
  • Seed at 60-90 lbs/acre blended with small grain
  • Small grains would need to be seeded at 40-60 lbs/acre

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