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The Wildlife Magic seed habitat formulation utilize New Zealand grazing technology.  It provides the extra nutrition deer and turkey need for maximizing growth potential.

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Whitetail Habitat Mix
The classic whitetail food plot, featuring northern
winter hardy clovers, Athena (early maturity)
Rape and Oasis(disease resistant) Chicory.
These spring seeded components will provide a
permanent food plot base. (Maintain the plot by
frost seeding clovers every two years in late winter
or early spring when frost is heaving.) Clip the
plants in September leaving 4 to 6 inch stubble,
to maximize eatability of forage during hunting
season. Work up the seed bed, drill or broadcast
seed and incorporate at a depth of 1/4 - 1/2 inch.

Seeding Rate: 25 lbs per Acre

Athena Rape
Jumbo Ladino Clover
FrostMaster Peas
Alsike Clover
Oasis Chicory
Kopu II White Clover


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Whitetail Green Patch Mix
Versatile whitetail food plot that can be seeded
in either the spring or early fall. Easy to establish
it will begin attracting deer within 30
days after germination. It will provide forage
well into the fall season, down to 24 degree
nighttime temperatures. Work up the seed bed,
drill or broadcast seed and incorporate at a depth
of 1/4-1/2 inch.

Seeding Rate: 25 lbs. per Acre


Groundhog Radish
Bruiser Diploid Ryegrass
FrostMaster Peas
Athena Rape
Dixie Crimson Clover
Ladino Clover

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Whitetail Fall Brassica Mix
This provides deer with winter nutrition after
clover is frosted off. Easy to establish, with a
minimum of seed bed preparation in late summer
or early fall. It can be overseeded into existing
plots. (Be careful not to destroy existing food plots
as deer will literally tear up the ground to access
turnips, even digging through the snow cover.)
It will provide forage well into the fall season,
down to 24 degree night time temperatures.
Work up the seed bed, broadcast seed and
incorporate at a depth of 1/4 inch.

Seeding Rate: 10 lbs. per Acre


Appin Forage 
Purple Top Turnip
Pasja Forage Turnip
Athen Forage Rape
GroundHog Forage Radish   

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Whitetail Ultimate Mix
This formulation will greatly increase antler mass of
bucks. Designed to provide highest TDN forage,
for intensive grazing. Best seeded in spring or late
summer. Allow 60 - 90 days for suitable growth.
Work up the seed bed, drill or broadcast seed
and incorporate at a depth of 1/4 - 1/2 inch.

Seeding Rate: 20 lbs per Acre


Cardinal Red Clover

Radiant AM Alfalfa
Kopu II White Clover
Oasis Chicory

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Turkey Habitat Mix
Provides season long forage for wild turkeys.
Highly nutritional for rapid spring growth
Forbes ensures high protein insect diet for
the pollets. Forage height allow birds to move
freely through the cover. Work up the seed bed,
drill or broadcast seed and incorporate at a depth
of 1/4-1/2 inch.

Seeding Rate: 25 lbs. per Acre


Cardinal Red Clover
Jumbo Ladino Clover
Feast II Italian Ryegrass
Kopu II White Clover
Tuukka Timothy
Radiant AM Alfalfa

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Dove & Song Bird Seed Mix
Plant after last frost to provide birds summer food
and cover. Establishes rapidly and produces eatable
seeds in 80 to 90 days. Great food source for
migrating birds. Doves are especially attracted to
millets, and milo seed heads will be a great late
season food supply. Work up the seed bed, drill or
broadcast and incororate at a depth of 1/4 to 1/2 inch.

Seeding Rate: 25 lbs. per Acre


White Proso Millet
WWF White Endosperm Milo
Mancan Buckwheat
German Millet
FrostMaster Peas

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Nesting Habitat
Plant in strips among native grasses, to provide
young chicks with the forage for critical protein
needs. Plant growth is tall enough to provide
cover and allows easy movement into and out
of the tall, denser native grass. Work up the
seed bed, drill or broadcast seed and incorporate
at depth of 1/4 - 1/2 inch
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Seed Rate: 25 lbs. per Acre


Radiant AM Alfalfa
Cardinal Red Clover
White Dutch Clover
Tuukka Timothy
Feast II Ryegrass

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Wildlife Milo Mix
Deer often exhibit a reluctance to move from
the open woods, after leaf drop, into open fields.
A buffer strip of Wildlife Milo Mix will provide a
comfort tansition zone along the outside edge
of the tree line. The Wildlife Milo Mix combines
the best attributes of both the WGF(red endopserm)
and WWF(cream endosperm), for the extended
seed head and winter cover. Seeding rate is
25 lbs/acre. Work up the seed bed and drill or
broadcast seed and cover to a depth of 1/4 to
1/2 inch.

Seeding Rate: 25 lbs. per Acre

WWF Cream Sorghum
WGF Red Sorghum (tannin) type

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WGF (Wildlife Game Food)
Tannin type grain milo that makes an excellent
winter cover. Requires soil temperatures of 70
degrees or more for gemination. Heat and
drought tolerant. Work up the seed bed, drill
or broadcast seed and incorporate at a depth
of 1/4-1/2 inch.

Seeding Rate: 25 lbs. per Acre

 

 

WGF (Wild game food ) Sorgum WWF is a red endosperm(tannin)type grain sorghum. It reaches Mid Maturity at 50 days, attaining a height of 26 to 30 inches. Makes an excellent winter cover. Deer will eat seeds at maturity. New.jpg

WWF (Wildlife Winter Food)
This does not contain tannin which makes it much
more platable for game birds, and deer. Requires
soil temperatures of 70 degrees or more for
germination. Heat and drought tolerant . Work up
the seed bed, drill or broadcast seed and incorporate
at a depth of
1/4 to 1/2 inch.

Seeding Rate: 25 lbs. per Acre

WWF (Wildlife Winter Food) a cream endosperm type grain sorghum. It does not contain tannin,
which makes it much more palatable for game birds, waterfowl and deer. It reaches mid maturity at 65 days, attaining a height of 41 to 44 inches.
Seeds makes great choice fall/winter
feed for: Pheasant, turkey, doves, quail, waterfowl
and deer.

 

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BONAR FORAGE RAPE  Late maturing rape seed that is high yielding and can provide quality winter feed after crops, or can be used as part of a pasture renewal program.Improved animal preferences and
superior animal
performance due to
the increased voluntary
feed intake.

Seeding Rate: 8 to 12 lbs. per Acre.

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APPIN FORAGE TURNIP -
is a high leaf yield, and multi-crowned for rapid
regrowth. Excellent cold tolerant fall production. Plant as double crop in the summer.

Seeding Rate: 3 to 5 lbs. per Acre

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               OASIS  FORAGE CHICHORY  is a very leafy forage chicory, for grazing and is a favorite in wildlife mixtures. Root rot resistance, makes it a true perennial chicory.

Seeding Rate: 3 to 5 lbs per acre

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