Build regular hoof traffic, improve herd health, and grow the deer you want to see with a food plot.

We offer a selection of bulk seeds, forage mixes, and prepackaged food plot mixes. We also sell fertilizers and lime— we’re your one-stop food plot shop!

Plan your plot– check out this presentation from our seed supplier.


Bulk Mixes

Available by the pound or by the bag. 
Know what you want? Call ahead and we’ll have your order bagged up for you!

 All prices subject to change.

Trophy Buck

$2/lb   $85/50 lbs

75 lbs per acre

Score big with this late-season mix. Blended to plant August through September for best results.

Quick growing succulent plants that deer love, with some overwintering plants available for late winter or very early spring grazing.
Plant in full sun.

Fertilize with 300 lbs. 19-19-19/acre

27% Winter Wheat
20% Winter Peas
20% Soybeans
16% Oats
6% Annual Rye
6% Crimson Clover
2% Forage Brassica
2% Dwarf Essex Rape
1% Turnip

Wildlife Forage Feast

$4/lb   $199/50 lbs

6 lbs per acre

A premier annual brassica mix that will provide palatable tops for grazing & tubers deer will feed on in the late fall and early winter after a good freeze. Plant in full sun from mid-June through August. Seed at 6 lbs/acre into a firm seedbed. Brassicas are a very small seed and do not handle deep planting so it is important to roll the seedbed before and after planting.

Fertilize at 300 lbs / acre with 19-19-19.


68% Rape 
10% Improved Forage Kale
8% Appin Turnip
8% Hybrid Brassica
6% Swede

Buck Chew

$1.50/lb   $69/50 lbs

60 lbs per acre

Quick growing annual forage mix that is perfect for the first-time plot in an area. Can be seeded in early spring, April through May, or late summer. If seeded in August, and not overgrazed, the high sugar content ryegrass &  clover will overwinter.
at planting into a well-tilled seedbed. Seeding too deep will stop the clover from coming up.
Roll after seeding.

Seed at 60 lbs/acre with 300 lbs 19-19-19


32% Forage Oats
30% Triticale
20% Barley
15% Italian Ryegrass

3% Crimson Clover

Big Buck Clover

$6/lb   $285/50 lbs

20 lbs per acre

A blend of high-yielding protein-rich perennial clovers, and a touch of palatable chicory, suited for well-drained soils. Plant in a firm seedbed that has been rolled before & after seeding.

Incorporate 300 lbs of 10-20-20 fertilizer per acre prior to planting. Fertilize annually with 250 lbs 10-20-20 for the life of it.

45% Jumbo Ladino Clover 
25%  Red Clover 
20%  White Clover
10%  Chicory

Game Bird Buffet

$3/lb   $140/50 lbs

20 lbs per acre

An annual mix of grain-producing seeds. It will grow to 3-5 ft tall with adequate soil fertility provide good quality feed and cover for all game birds, turkeys and deer through the late fall.

Incorporate 350 lbs. 10-10-10 fertilizer before planting and seed at 20 lbs/acre in a well-tilled level seedbed. Roll after seeding. Ideal seed depth should be 1/2″ – 1″ deep.


25% Wildlife Grain Sorghum
25% Dwarf Sunflowers
20% Japanese Millet
15% Dwarf Corn

15% Buckwheat

Wildlife Meadow Mix

$5/lb   $98/20 lbs

20 lbs per acre

A resilient perennial mix with the ability to handle partial shade. Meadow mix is designed for small meadows and logging roads that need durable cover with little maintenance. It will provide food and habitat for diverse game birds & whitetails.

Fertilize at planting with 250 lbs of 15-15-15 per acre & lime.

30% Jumbo Ladino 
30% Medium Red Clover
15% Alsike Clover
10%  Red Fescue
10%  Festulolium

5%  Orchardgrass


Plant in spring through August at 10 lbs. per acre alone or 6-8 lbs. in a mix

High yield & disease resistance for outstanding longevity.

Short-lived, excellent in mixes and for nitrogen.

CRIMSON RED $2.50/lb
Highly attractive and very nutritious annual that often reseeds.


Superior production, shorter in height than Ladino.

Thrives in very cold conditions excellent for grazing.

Large leafed, high yields, more vigorous & faster growing than other white clovers.

Good in mixes on marginal & wet soils.
Not recommended for areas that will be grazed by horses.


Mix of red, ladino & white clover. Quick growing. Perfect for over seeding.



Plant May-August at 4-8 lbs. per acre alone or 2 lbs. in a mix

A short-season annual leafy brassica that produces a taproot that, unlike turnips, will not be eaten so it will regrow after grazing. Tolerates varying growing conditions.

BONAR $4.20/lb
Late maturing forage rape with short stems and large paddle leaves. After the first frost the leaves become sweet and palatable and will lure deer to whatever area they are planted in making Bonar a great late fall to mid-winter crop for deer. Great mixed with clover, turnips, or other brassicas. 

 Fast growing brassica that is heat, cold and drought tolerant. Best planted when soil reaches 65°and can also be planted in late fall. Becomes more attractive to deer after a frost.

Brassicas & Other Wildlife Seeds

High-yielding large leafed perennial that is excellent feed for wildlife. Oasis emerges from winter earlier so it has a longer growing season. Excellent summer forage during the summer slump.
Can be drilled or broadcasted in new or existing seed beds. Can be frost seeded in early spring.



Plant early spring or mid-August through late summer. 3 lbs. per acre alone or 1-4 lbs. in a mix.

High-yield, high quality bred for multiple grazings throughout the season. More leaves and better regrowth. Great mixed with cover rye and other grasses.

Early maturing forage brassica cross between a forage turnip and forage rape. Excellent leafy food source which will be dug up and eaten in winter.

Produces hearty forage for deer. 2-5″ in diameter. Very heat tolerant.

Huge bulb plant after temps reach 50.° Great selection for grazing both bulbs and leaves. 



$3/lb.   $131/50 lb
8-12 lbs per acre alone, 5 lbs per acre in a mix. 
A proven daikon type forage radish. Grows quickly with large lush leaves and huge bulbs.
 Grazes well. 


 $3/lb.    $131/50 lb
8-12 lbs per acre alone, 5 lbs per acre in a mix.
A true forage-type daikon radish with large taproot and superior penetrating ability. Features new genetics with improved rooting and delayed maturity. The best cover crop radish available today.




10 lbs/acre
An irresistible early addition to your food plot. Can be planted 2-3 weeks before forecasted last frost. Deer are browsers and naturally enjoy a variety in the wild and a food plot should provide variety. Deer love the leaves and the roots. Can be planted in most soils, even heavy soils. 
Can be broadcasted. Plant 1/2″ to 1″ deep using 300 lbs per acre of 19-19-19.

$1.50/lb. $40/50 lb bag.
100 lbs per acre. Plant May-July.
New round-up ready soybean that produces lots of pods high in the plant with good branching and bushiness. The big leaves and tall plants make it an ideal choice.

50-60 lbs per acre. Plant April through September.
One of the easiest crops to grow for deer & turkeys. Grows well in most soils.

10-25 lbs per acre.
Very short stature corn with low ear placement. Attractive to most wildlife. 

15 lbs per acre.
Plant May-early June with 200 lbs. per acre 46-0-0. 

$1.20/lb  $60/50 lbs.
50-60 lbs per acre.
Quick growing annual for all soils. Plant after last frost through the entire growing season. Great with field peas or soybeans. Excellent weed suppressor. Grows 2-4 feet tall. A great soil builder.

$7.40/lb. Annual.
4-8 lbs per acre.
A leafy hybrid brassica with short stems and high digestibility rate. Plant in spring for late-season high protein grazing for deer.

$1/lb  $33/48 lb bag
Plant 100 lbs per acre or 64+ lbs as a nurse crop in early spring through fall.
Large leafed. Best forage oat available for a wide range of soils.

Cover Crop Cereal Rye
50¢/lb  $20/56 lb
Can be seeding into late fall. Exceptional weed suppression, grows taller than wheat. Resumes growth quickly in spring. 

Egyptian Wheat
$4 lb
20-30 lbs. per acre.
Plants can reach 8-12 foot tall & provide cover and corridors for deer movement. High protein seed produced serves as a great source of food for game birds. 

Lime & Fertilizer


PELLETIZED LIME $5.75/40 lb. bag

PULVERIZED LIME $4.50/40 lb. bag

2022 Fertilizer Update: Fertilizer is available but prices are very volatile this year and subject to frequent change.
Please call to check price and availablity.

Nitrogen-Phosphorous- Potash Price per Bag  Bag Size Price per Ton
19-19-19 $26 50 $1028
15-15-15 $33 66 $970
6-24-24 $31 66 $912
10-20-20 $31 66 $916
10-10-10 $27 66 $800
5-10-10 $20 66 $600
UREA 45-0-0 $28 50 $1105

prices as of 6/14/22