Food Plot Seeds

If you're looking for food plot seed, you've found the right place!  We carry a robust line of clover seed, alfalfa seed, chicory seed, brassica seed, sugar beet seed and much more!  

  • Winter Rye Seed

    Winter Rye Food Plot Seed

    Winter rye seed, also called cereal rye, works incredibly well as a food plot.  Expect quick germination and quick growth in the fall, greenery throughout the winter months, and vigorous growth in the spring.  Winter rye seed will remain...

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  • Turnip Food Plot Seed

    Turnip Food Plot Seed

    Turnips are both cold-hardy and drought-tolerant. They can be planted late-even as a second crop-and provide high-quality grazing late in the fall. Turnip planted in July will provide grazing from September to November. The most vigorous root growth...

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  • Peredovik Sunflower Seeds

    Peredovik Sunflower Seeds

    Great for doves, quail, turkey, pheasant and all wild birds! Grows 4 to 5 ft. tall with a small head full of black seed. Plant 1-3 inches deep after danger of frost. Maturity approximately 90-100 days Longevity: Annual. Seed Count: 4,000 seeds per pound...

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  • Grain Sorghum Seed (A.K.A Red Milo)

    Grain Sorghum Seed (A.K.A Red Milo)

    Grain sorghum, a.k.a. red milo, is a member of the grass family. A great plant for doves and other birds. Can provide food source for deer during fall and winter Can withstand dry periods Grows best of fertile, sandy-loam soils but can tolerate a wide...

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  • Chicory


    Forage chicory is a broad-leaved perennial herb in the sunflower family that looks similar to common plantain. It can be grown on well-drained or moderately drained soils having medium to high fertility and a pH of 5.5 or greater. Chicory has good...

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  • MonsterBuck Forage Oats

    MonsterBuck Forage Oats

    Oats are a great late season forage for any deer herd. When planted in the fall you give wildlife fresh, green forage before the hunting season. Germination rate: 5-7 days Planting schedule: August-September

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  • Forage Peas

    Forage Peas

    Cool season legume Plant in early spring High quality forage Can be mixed with oats, barley or triticale Non-GMO seed Planting Depth: 1 1/2-2" Planting Range: April

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  • Alfalfa Food Plot Seed

    Alfalfa Food Plot Seed

    The alfalfa plant is perennial, new growth rising each year from the crown. Stems reach to 3 feet, and 5 to 25 stems may rise from a single crown. Alfalfa hay is highly palatable and nutritious with very high digestible protein, mineral and vitamin...

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  • Medium Red Clover Food Plot Seed

    Medium Red Clover Food Plot Seed

    Red clover is the most widely grown of the true clovers. The plant is an herbaceous perennial with a number of leafy stems rising from a crown. Stems reach 2 to 3 feet under favorable conditions. The plants are highly nutritious and palatable both as...

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  • Winfred Forage Brassica

    Winfred Forage Brassica

    Winfred forage brassica is a cross between a turnip and a kale, generally termed a rape The most versatile of the brassicas, suitable for a wide range of soil fertility and environmental conditions, stock classes, and sowing times Good frost tolerance...

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  • White Dutch Clover Food Plot Seed

    White Dutch Clover Food Plot Seed

    Grows about four to eight inches high. Spreads to fill in empty spaces. Tolerates dog urine. Provides nitrogen (up to 2 pounds of n/1000 square feet) for the other grasses in the lawn, eliminating the need to fertilize. Looks good especially if it is...

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  • Alsike Clover Food Plot Seed

    Alsike Clover Food Plot Seed

    Its special merit is its adaptation to wet soils, even tolerating some flooding. It is more tolerant to both acid and alkaline soils than other clovers. The stems are quite slender, up to 3 feet long, and tend to be prostrate except in dense stands. The...

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  • Crimson Clover Food Plot Seed

    Crimson Clover Food Plot Seed

    In mild winter climates growth continues in winter, followed in early spring by the development of leafy flower stalks. Leaves are trifoliate with leaflets narrow at the base and broad at the terminals. Both leaves and stems are hairy. The flower heads...

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  • Frosty Berseem Clover Food Plot Seed

    Frosty Berseem Clover Food Plot Seed

    Frosty berseem clover is much more frost tolerant than regular berseem clover, allowing more green later into the fall.  Quickly produces significant forage Cool season, annual legume Protein levels of 20 to 30 percent Can thrive in wet conditions,...

  • Japanese Millet Food Plot Seed

    Japanese Millet Food Plot Seed

    Japanese Millet has coarse leaves and can vary from 1 to 5 feet in height depending on available moisture and fertility. It should be planted in pure stands as a field crop. As an erosion control plant it is used as a quick growing companion crop with...

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  • Ladino White Clover Food Plot Seed

    Ladino White Clover Food Plot Seed

    Ladino white clovers are larger leafed, later blooming and more upright growing than either small or intermediate white clover types. Under optimal fertility and management, ladino white clovers are more productive than other white clover types. However,...

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  • Buckwheat Food Plot Seed

    Buckwheat Food Plot Seed

    Buckwheat seed is a summer annual and can be used as a green manure crop. Quickly killed by frost, buckwheat is a fast germinating seed that establishes a lot of plant material very quickly. Buckwheat seed is suitable to plant in any soil type. Works...

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  • Yellow Blossom Clover

    Yellow Blossom Clover

    A biennal that is very easy to establish. An extremely popuplar clover for bee keepers. Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover can be grown in a wide variety of soils that range from droughty to semi-saturated. Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover has a very deep root...

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  • Forage Radish Food Plot Seed

    Forage Radish Food Plot Seed

    Forage radishes will attract deer with its lush forage as well as build your soil! In optimal conditions, the taproot can reach down as far as 30", bringing up essential nutrients to the soil surface. Although radishes are best suited as a cool season...

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  • Buck Forage Oats Food Plot Seed

    Buck Forage Oats Food Plot Seed

    Buck Forage Oats is the preeminent food plot seed. Buck Forage Oats should be the backbone of any food plot seed program by which success should be judged. Now in our third variety, spanning over 25 years, it is the result of highly intensive...

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  • Red Top Seed

    Red Top Seed

    Creeping Perennial. Most suitable on wet, clay soils. Grows 2-4 feet tall. Readily reseeds itself. Longevity: 3-4 years.