Grains & Pea Blends

Small grains and pea blends are excellent quick forage options. Typically planted early spring, pea blends are able to cut and feed in 45-60 days. Our team provides many small grain options and keeps on top of all improved and new varieties. 

  • Buck Forage Oats Buck Forage Oats

    Buck Forage Oats

    Attracting whitetails during the hunting season is our highest priority. We do this with the world’s greatest, most Winter tolerant oats ever developed. This is food plot seed of the highest quality, and is hand-picked by Dr. James C...

    $39.95
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  • Certified Lacey Barley Certified Lacey Barley

    Certified Lacey Barley

    Lacey has consistently been a top yielding barley since its release. Lacey received favorable reviews for malting and brewing characteristics including high malt extract, low soluble protein, and high alpha-amylase activity. Extremely respectable for...

    $14.95
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  • Certified Linkert Spring Wheat Certified Linkert Spring Wheat

    Certified Linkert Spring Wheat

    Linkert is one of the highest quality HRSW currently available. Linkert’s grain yield is comparable to other high protein varieties, but offers greater straw strength and better disease resistances. Linkert is resistant to pre-harvest sprouting . ...

    $5.95
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  • 4010 Peas & Oats

    4010 Peas & Oats

    60% Oats 40% Peas 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...

    $18.00
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  • Certified Camden Oats

    Certified Camden Oats

    Camden oats are one of the more popular milling oats in Canada right now.  They are very high yielding, but our experience has shown that they will be helped by an fungicide application. Very high yields Shorter stature, with better lodging...

    $15.95
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  • Jerry Winter Wheat

    Jerry Winter Wheat

    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

    $14.50
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  • 4010 Peas & Barley

    4010 Peas & Barley

    60% Barley 40% 4010 Peas 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...

    $17.25
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  • 4010 Peas - 50 lb

    4010 Peas - 50 lb

    4010 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...

    $18.50
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  • 4010 Peas & Triticale 4010 Peas & Triticale

    4010 Peas & Triticale

    60% Triticale 40% 4010 Peas 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...

    $18.75
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  • Spring Triticale

    Spring Triticale

    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...

    $6.95
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  • Cerfified Deon Oats

    Cerfified Deon Oats

    Deon is a yellow-seeded oat with medium large sized kernel and a medium-late maturity. Deon is medium-tall and has very stiff straw and very good resistance to lodging.  Deon has very high grain yield with medium test weight and medium groat and...

    $15.45
  • Ogle Oats Ogle Oats

    Ogle Oats

    Ogle is a stable, widely adapted, early maturing yellow oat variety with excellent resistance to barley yellow dwarf virus. Ogle has excellent lodging resistance and matures in approximately 111 days. Ogle is susceptible to rusts and loose smut. ...

    $12.45
  • Winter Triticale

    Winter Triticale

    Winter triticale is an excellent option for growers looking to produce high-quality forage from a winter cereal.  Being a cross between winter rye and durum wheat, winter triticale has been bred for the quality of wheat with the productivity of...

    $21.00
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  • Certified Antigo Oats

    Certified Antigo Oats

    Antigo is an early maturity variety released from the University of Wisconsin-Madison in 2017. Antigo has excellent test weight and high yields. Antigo heads out one day later than Badger and two days earlier than Esker. Antigo is two inches taller than...

    $15.95
  • Certified Hayden Oats

    Certified Hayden Oats

    Hayden oats are a very high yielding release from SDSU in 2014.  They are a very good oat when considering them for grain or for forage.  Hayden oats are medium-late maturity, are medium-tall in height and have above average heights. ...

    $15.45