• DEER PLOT MIX: Huia New Zeland, White Clover, Ladino Clover, Alsike Clover, Alfalfa, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Annual Rye Grass. 1 lb. covers 1/10 acre. This mix is very winter hardy and can be mowed in late summer to promote early fall green growth for winter feeding. It was developed to broadcast or drilled with minimum tillage.
  • Sugar Beets - Annual Deer will eat the tops and large bulbs in the late fall. Its is in the brassica family. Plant 5lbs. Per acre
  • MIDWEST WILDFLOWER MIX 6oz. Covers 1200 sq ft. CONTAINS: New England Aster Annual Gaillardia Lance-leaved Coreopsis Ox-Eye Sunflower Plains Coreopsis Prairie Aster Purple Coneflower Dwarf Primrose Thickspike Gayfeather Black-eye Susan Purple Prairie Clover Prairie Coneflower Grey-headed Coneflower Ohio Spiderwort Sweet Black-eye Susan Great Blue Lobelia White Upland Aster Rattlesnake Master Butterfly Milkweed Lavender Hyssop
  • TURNIP: This a favorite of deer and turkeys. It tolerates cold and stays green long into the winter. Grows 10-18 inches. Best suited for upland sites. Plant 3 to 5 pounds per acre. Matures 65-75 days.
  • DWARF ESSEX RAPE: A cabbage leaf type plant. Deer, turkey and rabbits like it cabbage taste. Stays green for winter feeding. Matures in 70 to 80 days. Plant 5 pounds per acre.
  • SMALL BURNETT: One of the best deer attractors. A hardy, long-lived evergreen forb. Does well on upland soils and is very drought tolerant (good for sandy soils). Grows about 12 inches tall and makes an attractive ground cover. Stays green long into the winter. Deer like the foliage because of its cucumber like flavor. Deer, elk and turkey will dig through the snow to get to the foliage. Seeds are eaten by upland birds. Plant 15 pounds per acre.
  • 5oz. covers 1200 sq ft. showy milkweed, annual gaillardia, dwarf cornflower, candy tuft, siberian wallflower, gayfeather, dwarf fodetia, sweet alyssum, lance-leaved coreopsis, blue flax dwarf red plains coreopsis, perennial lupine, rocket larkspur, lemon mint, purple coneflower, dwarf red coneflower, california poppy, black-eued susan , perennial gaillardia, scarlet sage.
  • SWITCH GRASS: Plant 10 pounds per acre. This is a perennial warm season grass. It will work for upland or wet sites and reaches 3-4ft in height. Great for deer cover and birds. Will stand better in snow for winter bird cover and small mammals. No-till or broadcast with minimum tillage. Takes up to 3 years to establish.
  • WHITE CLOVER: A good deer attractor. This is a large leafed variety that grows 8 to 10 inches tall. Stays green long into the winter providing food for the deer and turkey to scratch up. Partridge and grouse will also eat the foliage. It will grow in partial shaded areas on trails. Also good for open areas in the woods. Very winter hardy for northern climates. Plant 10 pounds per acre.
  • Sunflowers: Annual. Very good feed for pheasants, turkey and quail. Deer will feed on the tender centers of the flower. Packaged in 5 lb. bags.
  • CHICORY: This is a perennial that tolerates drought. It is in the Brassica family and grows 8-12 inches tall. Plant 2 pounds per acre. Good for deer and turkey.
  • 4lbs. per acre Grasses: 0.4 Big Blue Stem, 0.5 Little Blue Stem, 0.3 Indian Grass, 0.8 Sideoats' Grama 2.0 Ionia Wildflower Mix #17: Lance Leaf Coreopsis,  New England Aster, Purple Coneflower, Stiff Goldrod, Wild Bergamot, Gray-Headed Coneflower, Blackeyed Susans, Hoary Vervain, Maximillian Sunflower, Partridge Pea, Purple Prairie Clover, Annual Sunflower, False Sunflower, Butterfly Weed, Common Milkweed, Culvers Root, Leadplant