wild life food plot

Antler King

Seed Mixes

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Two convenient ways to shop for deer plot ingredients 

1. In store where masks are required for the safety of our staff and customers. 

2. By phone. We will help you select the best mix for your needs then place your order and enjoy our curbside pick-up. Call (715) 675-1700

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: 18-18-18

Seeding Rate: 68#/acre (~1.5#/1000 sq ft)

Planting Time: Aug-Oct

 Fall
Winter -Spring

Trophy Clover Mix

 

Hardy and long lasting perennial mix of 4 varieties of clover, chicory, and rapeseed. Can last 6+ years on a single planting! provides protein for antler growth.

 

Maintenance Fertilizer: 0-0-60

Seeding Rate: 7#/acre (~.15#/1200 sq ft)

Planting Time: April-Sept.

Trophy Clover Mix

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: 18-18-18

Seeding Rate: 6#/acre (~.15#/2000 sq ft)

Planting Time: July-Sept.

Honey Hole
Red Zone

Red Zone

A mix of high protein forage & grain soybeans, forage peas, buckwheat, & sunflowers. Matures at different periods throughout the year, a food plot the deer will crave in every season Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate:40#/acre(~1#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time:   April-Aug

Boomer Buffet

Boomer Buffet

2 multi-leaf alfalfa varieties, clover, chicory, & rapeseed.  High protein & high forage production.   Cold tolerant & drought resistant, Best in a soil pH of 6.67.0.Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate:  12#/acre (.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time:  April-May / Aug-Sept

Lights Out

Lights Out

An all-fall mix that's pH tolerant, fast growing, and weather tolerant. The special varieties of Forage Oats, Turnips, and Canola will be highly sought after early fall to winter.

Maintenance Fertilizer:   18-18-18

Seeding Rate:   48#/acre (~1#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time:   Aug 1 – Sept 15

Slam Dunk Hunt

Slam Dunk Hunt

All-in-one attractant blended with warm & cold weather food sources.  Radishes, forage peas, canola, & buckwheat will thrive in virtually any soil condition and climate. Easy  & quick growing.Maintenance Fertilizer:18-18-18. Seeding Rate:   14#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft)

Planting Time:    July-Sept

Game Changer Clover

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

No Sweat 
No Till

No Sweat No Till

An excellent mix for minimum or no till plots, like logging roads, shady areas, or where equipment can't be used. An ideal mix of fast growing  shade and ph tolerant oats, grasses, clover, and canola deer love.  

Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18

Seeding Rate:   18#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: April-May / late Aug

Small Town Throw Down

Small Town Throw Down

Special varieties of clover, chicory, kale, canola, buckwheat and rye. All fall multi-purpose mix offers a  highly sought-after variety for early or late season food. Maintenance Fertilizer:   18-18-18. Seeding Rate:   16#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft)

Planting Time:   April-May / Aug

Game Changer Clover

Game Changer Clover

A minimum or no till perennial mix of 4 special varieties of clover and 1  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:   April-May / late Aug

Proper soil analysis greatly enhances the success of your food plot.

Ask us about complete soil sampling and analysis services.

Warning: These and other such products should not be used for feeding or baiting in counties or jurisdictions that prohibit their use in such a manner. Contact the DNR for regulations in your area