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Wildlife Food Plots
Food Plot Seed
We offer the largest selection of food plot products anywhere in the area. 

We stock full lines of food plot seed by Antler KingDeer Creek SeedLacrosse Forage and Turf, as well as proprietary seed by Eagle SeedSucraseed and Buck Forage.  
You can buy premix or individual seeds 
(scroll down or CLICK HERE for individual seeds)

We also offer an assortment of wildlife blocks, salt, minerals, and attractants. 

We can special order specific varieties for you or have custom blends made to fit your needs.
WARNING: These and other such products should not be used for feeding or baiting in counties and jurisdictions that prohibit their use in such manner. Please contact the DNR for baiting and feeding regulations in your area.
We Stock a Full Line of Fertilizers & Lime Including:
Fine lime

Granulated lime

Pelletized lime 

Pelletized sulfur

WS Fertilizers

10-10-10  

17-17-17

6-24-24  

0-0-62

18-46-0  

46-0-0
Proper soil analysis greatly enhances the success of your food plot. Ask us about complete soil sampling and analysis services.
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Photos for illustration purposes only. See store for stock on hand.
Click for a complete Listing of Wild Food Plot Mixtures.
Antler King 
Fall/Winter/Spring

Comprised of a special variety of winter peas and a unique variety of winter rye. Grows extremely fast (can be 6" tall in only 10 days!) and stays green all fall and winter. Annual.

Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17
Seeding Rate: 70#/acre (~1.5#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Fall
Antler King  
Trophy Clover Mix

Hardy and long lasting perennial mix of 4 perennial varieties of clover, a unique variety of chicory, and a variety of rape seed. Can last 6+ years on a single planting!

Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24
Seeding Rate: 7#/acre (~.25#/1200 sq ft)
Planting Time: Spring/Fall
Antler King 
  Honey Hole

A mixture of 5 unique varieties rape and turnips. An ideal plot for the fall and winter that after the first frost will turn sweet.

Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17
Seeding Rate: 6#/acre (~.25#/2000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Summer/Early Fall

Antler King  
Red Zone

Will mature at different periods throughout the year, offering a food plot the deer will crave during the spring, summer, fall and winter.

Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24
Seeding Rate: 40#/acre (~1#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Spring/Summer/Fall

Antler King 
  Mini Max

A mixture of perennial and annual seeds that thrive in minimum tillage and lower pH (more acidic) soils. Ideal for logging roads, under power lines, and shady areas. Can last 3-5 years!

Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24
Seeding Rate: 9#/acre (~2.5#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Spring/Fall
Antler King 
No Sweat No Till
An excellent mix for minimum or no till plots, such as logging roads, shady areas, or areas where equipmnet cannot be used. Contains an ideal mix of perennial and annual seeds, which have been chosen because they are shade tolerant, fast growing, ph tolerant, and deer love them!

Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17
Seeding Rate: 18 #/acre (~.5 #/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Spring/Fall
Antler King
Lights Out

An all fall mix that is ph tolerant, fast growing, and very weather tolerant. The special varieties of Forage Oats, Turnips, and Canola will be highly sought after early in the fall and extending into winter.

Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17
Seeding Rate: 48#/acre (~1#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Fall

Deer Creek
  Brassica Blend

A mixture of brassicas to produce lush forage from mid to late fall, while turnips will sustain your plot through late fall and winter after the tops are gone.

Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17
Seeding Rate: 7-9#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Early Summer/Early Fall

Deer Creek  
Buck & Bird

Provides cover for all game birds as well as other wildlife, plus food for fall and winter of the same year.

Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17
Seeding Rate: 18-25#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Spring

Deer Creek
  Logger’s Mix

A blend of grasses and white clover that will quickly produce cover and will grow in low-fertility, acidic or wet soils, and areas with less than ideal sunlight.

Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17
Seeding Rate: 18-25#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Spring

Deer Creek
  Perennial Plus

Produces abundant, high-quality forage throughout the season. Performs well on sandy soils to heavy well drained areas.

Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24
Seeding Rate: 9#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Spring/Fall

Deer Creek
  Wildlife

A balanced mix of grass, clovers and trefoil preferred by a wide range of animals and birds year round. Adapted to a variety of soil types and growing conditions.

Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24
Seeding Rate: 9#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Spring/Summer/Fall

Deer Creek
  Succotash

Deer go absolutely crazy over this fall forage and attractant. It remains green and lush, even under the snow. Not recommended for spring planting.

Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17
Seeding Rate: 18-25#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Fall

Deer Creek 
  Autumn Buffet

A great dual purpose product. The combination of fast growing brassicas and turnips provide succulent forage while establishing a perennial clover plot.

Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17
Seeding Rate: 9#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Spring/Fall

Food Plot Mixes
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Birdsfoot Trefoil: A perennial legume that is an excellent choice for permanent pasture. Slow establishment but strong once established. Will tolerate heavy, poorly drained soils with low ph. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 8-10#/acre(~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Fall
Buck Forage Oats: A proprietary variety of forage oats made to be cold tolerant and very palatable to deer. Are slow growing, have a high sugar content, and will persist long into the fall. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 100#/acre (~2.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Fall 
Ladino Clover: A tall, white-flowering perennial clover that tolerates wet, acidic soil. Very high in protein and should only be used in mixes as it may increase bloat hazard. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 6-10#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Fall
Buckwheat: An annual grain used as specialty food for humans and livestock and as a cover for wildlife. Very sensitive to frost and hot, dry weather. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 40-55#/acre (~1.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Fall
RR Soybeans:An annual legume crop that provides an abundance of forage. Deer will feed on the plant before it reaches maturity and will feed on the mature beans. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 60#/acre (~1.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring
Cleaned Oats: An uncertified annual grain which can be used as a cover crop for slower establishing crops or turf. Germinates very rapidly and is useful for slopes to prevent washout. Used as green manure also.Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate for cover over turf: 50#/acre (~1#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Summer/Fall
Eagle Manager’s Mix RR Soybean. Blend of soybeans that include both climbing, forage types and tall varieties that can grow 3-5 ft. tall. Different maturity times to allow for optimal feeding. Seed should be covered and packed by soil. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 1 bag/acre (~1#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring

RR Field Corn: An annual grain crop that can provide fall and winter food for deer and other wildlife. In most cases, requires at least a 5 acre field to be effective.Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate for Wildlife: 15-20#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft). Planting Time: Spring
Turnip. A short-season brassica that produces significant root growth as well as succulent top growth. Deer will eat the top growth in late fall and dig for the root in the winter. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 6-8#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Fall
Field Mix Plus. Performs best in sunny, well drained areas, although it is more tolerant of wet and acidic soil than alfalfa. It is designed to attract wildlife all season long, although it will need to be mowed if planted in the spring to prevent the rape seed from going to seed and to encourage new growth. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 10-20#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Fall
Point Builder Plus. Formulated to provide top quality forage all spring, summer, and fall. Will produce different types of forage at different times throughout the year. Excellent choice for plot areas along wood lines or open areas in woods. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 15-25#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Fall
Fodder Beets: Very similar to a sugar beet but with a better root yield. Drought tolerant. Leaves are nutritious and the root is sweet and palatable. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 15#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring
Forage Radish. Quick growing with early forage growth that provides high protein. Root provides a resource of food through most snow levels. Breaks up hard soils. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 6-10#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Fall
Austrian Winter Pea. Will produce an abundance of high protein forage. Cold tolerant, easily grown as a long lasting fall crop, and will out compete most weeds. Likes moist clay soil.  Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 60-80#/acre (~1.5#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Fall
Rapeseed. Short season brassica that produces succulent top growth with high nutrient values. Stays green late into the fall and will become sweet tasting to the deer once a hard frost hits. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 5-10#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Late Spring/Fall 
Wildlife Sunflower. A special attractant to game birds. Will not grow as large as the Mammoth Greystripe but is drought tolerant and a reliable food source during fall and winter. Plant no deeper than 1.5 inches. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 25#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Late Spring/Early Summer
Field Pumpkins. Produces large fruit that can be 10-14” inches in diameter and up to 25 lbs. Can be grown anywhere and is excellent for feeding wildlife, making pies, or for Jack-O-Lanterns. Plant 1.5 inches deep. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 3#/acre (~.1#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring
Alsike Clover. A short lived perennial that tolerates wet, acidic soil better that alfalfa and slightly better than red clover. Short growth habit makes it desirable for pasture mixes.Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 8-12#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Fall
Medium Red Clover. Grows on wetter, more acidic soil than alfalfa and is a better choice for cropland where alfalfa production is questionable. Taller growth habit.Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 8-12#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Fall

Winter Wheat. High protein, fast growing and will provide an abundance of forage. Tolerates poor soil and conditions. Commonly used for erosion control and green manure. Late fall planting provides spring growth.Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 120#/acre (~2.75#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Fall
Winter Rye. Faster growing than winter wheat and provides abundant forage in the winter. Does well in poor soil and adverse conditions. Used for erosion control and green manure. Produces a spring crop if planted in late fall. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17
Seeding Rate: 112#/acre (~2.5#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Fall.
Sugar Beets.  Grows slowly and produces a very large sugary taproot. Sugar content can be as high as 18% which deer love. Needs good soil with limited nitrogen to allow adequate root growth. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 5-7#/acre (~.25#/1500 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Fall
Chicory Perennial taproot herb that is drought resistant and mineral rich. Produces abundant high protein leafy forage. Cool season plant. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate acre (~.25#/1500 sq ft)

Mammoth Greystripe Sunflower. A very tall plant with stalks up to 12’ and flowers from 6-15” in diameter. Can thrive in poor soil and are drought tolerant. Plant no deeper than 1.5 inches. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 5#/acre (~.15#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring
Sorghum. A tall plant similar to corn that provides a seed head at the top. Useful for pheasants and other game birds for food and cover. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 15#/acre (~.5#/1500 sq ft) Planting Time: Late Spring
Sweet Spot. A perennial, high sugar grass mix. Establishes quickly, winters well, and creates a great food plot year after year. High in both protein and carbohydrate content so deer get optimum nutrition. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 30#/acre (~.75#/1000 sq ft)
Kale. A member of the brassica family producing dark green, leafy leaves. A high source of protein with a high tolerance for cold.  The leaves will sweeten with the first hard frost. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 4-8 lbs/acre (~.25/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Fall
White Dutch Clover. A very short, white-flowering clover found in lawns and wooded areas. Tolerates acidic soil and low fertility. Very useful for trail and fringe areas. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 7-10#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Fall
Trail Mix. An all perennial mix of clovers and grasses. Shade tolerant and will handle wetter, more acidic soil. Its short growth habit makes it perform particularly well on logging trails and under power lines or anywhere mowing is impractical. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 10-20#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Summer/Fall
Rutabaga. A long season brassica originating from the crossing of turnip with cabbage. Produces a larger root than turnip. Deer will eat the top growth in late fall and dig for the root in winter. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 5-7#/acre (~.25#/1500) Planting Time: Spring/Fall
Winfred Brassica. Cross of kale and turnip in the brassica family. Similar to rape and turnip but lacking the root growth of turnip. Produces abundant forage. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 7-10#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Spring/Fall

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Antler King 
  Slam Dunk Hunt
An all-in-one attractant blended with warm and cold weather food sources. Special seed varieties will thrive in virtually any soil condition and climate. Easy to establish and quick growing.

​Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17
Seeding Rate: 14#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Late Spring/Fall
Antler King
Game Changer Clover
A minimum or no till perennial mix of 4 special varieties of clover and 1 variety of brassica. Tolerant to a low ph, shade, and dry, sandy soils. Ideal for logging roads and power lines.  

​Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24
Seeding Rate: 10#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft)
Planting Time: Spring/Fall
Hours: Mon-Fri, 8am-6pm
Sat 8am-5pm  
 Sundays Closed
POPULAR FOOD PLOT PLANTS
People often ask; what are the best plants for my food plot? 

 There are a lot of variables that go into creating a productive food plot: location, sunlight, moisture, spoil content and of course time of year.

Experienced food plot owners have their favorites that have worked year after year so a lot of your choices are personal preference based upon experience. We encourage you to talk to other plot owners, especially those whose pots have similar conditions to yours. 

Choosing any of the wide selection listed on this on this page will produced results. However, we thought we would share some of the more popular plants to get you started.
Turnip. A short-season brassica that produces significant root growth as well as succulent top growth. Deer will eat the top growth in late fall and dig for the root in the winter. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 6-8#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Fall
Rapeseed. Short season brassica that produces succulent top growth with high nutrient values. Stays green late into the fall and will become sweet tasting to the deer once a hard frost hits. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 5-10#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Late Spring/Fall 
Forage Radish. Quick growing with early forage growth that provides high protein. Root provides a resource of food through most snow levels. Breaks up hard soils. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 6-10#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Fall
Winter Wheat. High protein, fast growing and will provide an abundance of forage. Tolerates poor soil and conditions. Commonly used for erosion control and green manure. Late fall planting provides spring growth.Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17 Seeding Rate: 120#/acre (~2.75#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Fall
Winter Rye. Faster growing than winter wheat and provides abundant forage in the winter. Does well in poor soil and adverse conditions. Used for erosion control and green manure. Produces a spring crop if planted in late fall. Maintenance Fertilizer: 17-17-17
Seeding Rate: 112#/acre (~2.5#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Fall.