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  • Marathon Town & Country, Wausau WI. Supplies-Pet-Lawn-Garden-Wildlife

    pets Food , Treats & Chews , Toys & Accessories , Health A variety of food choices for cats & dogs of all sizes & ages. Chews and Treats to satisfy any dog. All the toys & accessories plus health supplies you need for your pet. On-Line ordering available wild life food plots Straight & Mixed Antler King or Deer Creek mixes Individual & mixed seeds in bag or bulk Popular premix blends from Antler King & Deer Creek Seed Order by phone for in-store pick-up Minerals & attractants for Deer & Bear Deer & Bear Attractants & Minerals The best brand for the best results Purina -Trophy Rock Antler King - Evolved wild birds Seeds, Feeders, Houses & Accessories A variety of fresh seeds & seed mixes Bird feeders from national companies plus hand made feeders crafted locally Standard & heated bird baths chimes Natures Symphony See and hear the chimes in our Arabesque and Corinthian Bells collections. Hand crafted by artisans in Virginia. ​ fashion accessories jewelry purses & wallets Fashion Accessories with a western theme Earnings, Necklaces & Buckles from Montana Silver Smith Wallets plus Standard & Concealed Carry Purses horse feed & supplies Feed-Blankets Health Supplies Feed for every age and activity level of your horses. Health products, blankets and turn out coats plus Bonide Pest control supplies lawn & garden Seeds - Applications to for beautiful lawns & gardens Seeds: Flowers - Vegetables Native Grasses Applications: Herbicides - Fungicides Insecticides-Fertilizers Weed Control Repellents Applicators Poultry Feed Treats Supplies Prince Purina Scratch & Peck Kalmbach Natures Grown Organics Marathon Feed & Grain Happy Hen treats Alfahay Military Discounts For active duty & veterans See store for details Active duty military and veterans receive a 5% discount on all regular in stock items. Applies to in store purchases only. Must present military or government issued ID. Some restrictions apply. See store for details. rewards programs Make every dollar count We offer a variety of rewards and discount programs. See store for details SENIORr Citizen discount day Senior Day 65+1st Tuesday of every month Applies to in-store purchases only. Some restrictions apply See store for details. We proudly sponsor the marathon county humane society companion of the week on great country wdez 101.9 & the Lincoln country humane society adoptable pet of the week on 95.5 WIFC Order & Pay Online - Curbside or instore pick up Shop Online Not all store products will be sold online Please allow one hour for your order to be prepared. You will be notified when your order is ready. Track your rewards or buying program benefits when shopping online. Set up an online account. It's quick & easy & free

  • Recurring Elements Archive | MTC

    FALL SAVINGS DAYS THURS - FRI - SAT SAVE ON SELECT fERTILIZERS - SOILS & FOOD PLOT SEEDS WHILE SUPPLIES LAST Hummingbird & Oriole bird feeders 20% off memorial day sale 20% OFF ALL LAWN & GARDEN DECOR 10% OFF ALL wIND RIVER CHIMES To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. shop our selection of feeders & birdseed wild birds- FEEDERS& MORE lawn & gARDEN decor wIND cHIMES Photos for illustration purposes only. Actual items may vary. Limited to stock on hand tell the beetles to beat it! Helping you create beautiful lawns and gardens $5 off qUART concentrate BONIDE WEED BEATER SALE SUMMER-TIME BUNDLE BONUS $3 off Ready to spray Spend $40. on any Bonide product get a $10. mail in rebate HAPPY LAWNS HAPPY DADS Helping you create beautiful lawns and gardens Celebrate Dad What's better than the same old fathers day tie? great lawn & garden products and a chance to win... Tickets plus gift cards Attend the live T-Stop broadcast with wdez Thursday noon to 1pm be eligible for great prizes LAWN AND GARDEN FLAGS FLAGS FOR LAWN, GARDEN & HOME A variety for every season Photos for illustration purposes only. Actual store stock may vary MAKE YOUR LAWN & GARDEN THE BEST IT CAN BE THE BEST IN FERTILISERS INSECTICIDES & PESTICIDES KEEP YOUR LAWN & GARDEN LUSH & HEALTHY ADD WHIMSY AND CHARM WITH WIND RIVER CHIMES & UNIQUE OUTDOOR DECOR. 1/12 Photos for illustration purposes only. Actual items may vary. Limited to stock on hand SAVE $5 off 4lb bag LIMIT 2 BAGS in-store & online Pictures do not include all flavors. Good on instore stock only. Free membership in Astro Loyalty rewards program to receive offer. Some restrictions apply SAVE $5 off 30 & 40 LB bags of Victor Select & Realtree formulas only Victor Select 40lb bags: Chicken Meal & Brown Rice: Ocean Fish: Lamb Meal & Brown Rice Victor Select 30lb bags: Chicken Meal & Sweat Potato: Yukon River Canine: Lamb Meal & Sweat Potato Victor Realtree 40lb bags: Edge energy: Max -5Pro Offer 9-1-21 - 10-31-21. Good on instore stock only. Must be a rewards member to receive offer. Some restrictions apply. Learn all about raising chicks It's chick Time Order soon for the best delivery dates See our selection of chick feed, vitamins, supplements and accessories. Exclusive central Wi dealer for SunnySide Hatchery One of the oldest hatcheries in Wi. NPIP certified Pick yer chick - 2022 chick price list and ordering information Pet Week Nov. 9th - 13th, 2021 ALL SIZES pet week SAVINGS ALL DOG FOOD ON SALE ALL BRANDS Zinature Dog Food LARGE BAGS $6. OFF Medium Bags $4. OFF Fussie Cat Large Bags $4. OFF fromm Dog Food LARGE BAGS $5. OFF Medium Bags $2. OFF fromm Cat Food Large Bags $2. OFF Nutri Source/Pure Vita Dog Food LARGE BAGS $7. OFF Medium Bags $4. OFF Nutri Source/Pure Vita Cat Food Large Bags $4. OFF SAVE ON ALL OTHER BRANDS. IN-STORE AND ON-LINE. SALE PRICES NOT VALID WITH OTHER OFFERS.. SOME EXCLUSIONS APPLY.. SALE DOES NOT APPLY TO SPECIAL ORDERS. 5 BAG LIMIT ON DOG FOOD PER TYPE PER HOUSEHOLD. PRICES VALID ONLY NOVEMBER 9TH - 13th, 2021 happy 4th of july Summer Pet CheckList Summer Pet safety Download PDF copy Never leave a pet in the car REDUCE DOGGY STRESS FROM FIREWORKS Flea & tick collars Leashes & harnesses Calming treats Doggy life jackets Portable water & food dishes Toys & treats BOnide growing event now through May 7th -Save - thirty-five-dollar instant rebate on the Bonide Four-Step Turf Builder Program SAVE $8 ON INDIVIDUAL LARGE BAGS Plus: award fertilizers are $5. off per bag SAVE 20% ON LAWN & GARDEN DECOR 20% MONTANA SILVERSMITH JEWELRY PLUS SAVE 10% OFF A WIDE SELECTION OF WIND CHIMES Photos for illustration purposes only. Actual items may vary. Limited to stock on hand Learn all about raising chicks It's chick Time Order soon for the best delivery dates See our selection of chick feed, vitamins, supplements and accessories. Pick yer chick - 2022 chick price list and ordering information BOnide growing event happening now through may 7th Plus: Award fertilizers are $5. off per bag SAVE $8 ON INDIVIDUAL LARGE BAGS -Save - thirty-five-dollar instant rebate on the Bonide Four-Step Turf Builder Program It's chick Time Order soon for the best delivery dates Exclusive central Wi dealer for SunnySide Hatchery One of the oldest hatcheries in Wi. NPIP certified Pick yer chick - 2022 chick price list and ordering information KEEP MOSQUITOS, TICKS & FLEAS AWAY WONDERCIDE & GRANDPA GUS REPELLANTS NATURAL & SAFE FOR HUMANS & PETS Get an early start on your deer plot supplies Now available Buck forage oats Winter rye Winter Wheat we have everything you need For the perfect deer food plot Straight and mixed seeds Fertilizers Minerals Attractants COLOR THE DAY LIGHT UP THE NIGHT Lawn and garden stakes add a special touch LAWN AND GARDEN STAKES Photos for illustration purposes only. Actual store stock may vary SWITCH MATS A new way to say "welcome" for every season DOOR MATS - SWITCH MATS biggest sale of the summer Nutri Source/Pure-Vita now through Saturday all pet toys & treats in-store & on-line large dog food bags $7 off medium dog / large cat bags $4 off small dog/cat bags $2 off 20% off in-store only Graphics for illustration purposes only. Limited to stock on hand. No rain checks happy 4th of july Summer Pet CheckList Flea & tick collars Leashes & harnesses Portable water & food dishes Doggy life jackets Calming treats Toys & treats To play, press and hold the enter key. To stop, release the enter key. 20% off all outdoor decor now thru Thrusday excludes chimes Photos for illustration purposes only. Actual items may vary. Limited to stock on hand fromm sale- july 21st-23rd Save up to $5. off large bags of dog food Save up to $3. off medium bags of dog & cat food Save $1. off small bags of dog & cat food 20% off all toys, treats,collars, leashes & accessories warm weather safety More summer safety tips Doggy stress and fireworks Pet Hydration Download here Hunters Widow Weekend Thursday through saturday 20% off select indoor & outdoor gift decor Door Mats Mugs Lawn and garden 10% off select wind chimes Arabesque Chimes Corinthian Bells gobble up the savings REWARDS CLUB MEMBERS Special in-store savings for rewards club members only Join our rewards club anytime. Sign up in-store. November 25th & 26th only plus 30% off Sassafras door mat rugs and 30% off wind spinner lawn decor Photos for illustration purposes only. Actual stock may vary. Limited to stock on hand

  • Western style fashion accessories jewelry purses etc| Marathon Town and Country

    Home & fashion accessories help you make a statement HOME ACCESSORIES DOOR MATS - SWITCH MATS SWITCH MATS A new way to say "welcome" for every season Photos for illustration purposes only. Actual store stock may vary SCREEN SAVERS MAGNETIC SCREENSAVERS Give that boring screen door a burst of color Photos for illustration purposes only. Actual store stock may vary TRAVEL MUGS & COFFEE CUPS MUGS & CUPS Humorous, scenic, sentimental, or psychedelic. You'll find the perfect one. Photos for illustration purposes only. Actual store stock may vary PET LOVER SIGNS HANGING SIGNS that tell everyone how much you love your pets Photos for illustration purposes only. Actual store stock may vary FASHION ACCESSORIES MONTANA SILVERSMITH JEWELRY MONTANA SILVERSMITH Fashion accessories with a western flare Photos for illustration purposes only. Actual store stock may vary

  • Lawn & Garden Decor | MTC

    Lawn & Garden Decor Add extra beauty to any lawn or garden FLAGS FOR EVERY SEASON EXPRESS YOURSELF with flags for your garden, lawn or home PICTURES FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY. IN-STORE STOCK MAY VARY ADD COLOR IN THE DAY OR LIGHT UP THE NIGHT ADD COLOR NIGHT & DAY with our whimsical garden stakes PICTURES FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY. IN-STORE STOCK MAY VARY WIND SPINNERS OUR WIND SPINNERS will put your lawn and garden in motion PICTURES FOR DISPLAY PURPOSES ONLY. IN-STORE STOCK MAY VARY

  • Lawn & Garden Seeds. / Marathon Town and Country

    Lawn & garden What ever you need to know what ever you need to grow Seeds Turn your lawn and garden from plain to FANCY With decorative grasses and beautiful wildflowers For Vegatables For Flowers Available in package or bulk We carry the best seeds for lawns, Gardens and pastures Discuss your needs with our experts today Decorative grasses Big Bluestem A very tall, warm season, sod forming grass. Very nutritious and will grow under a wide range of conditions. Blooms from August to October. Little Bluestem A medium height (2-4 feet tall) bunchgrass. Highly nutritious and does well on poor soils. Blooms from July to October. Attractive reddish-brown color in winter. Switchgrass A tall sod forming grass that remains upright even under ice and snow. Blooms from July to September and spreads by short rhizomes. Sideoats Grama A medium height (2-3 feet tall) bunchgrass ideal for hard-use areas and for erosion control. Does not tolerate wet areas. Blooms from July to September Indian Grass A very decorative, tall sod-forming grass that grows well on a variety of soils. . Excellent for wildlife, cattle grazing, and erosion control. Blooms from August to October Reed Canary Grass A perennial cool season grass that grows up to 6 feet tall. One of the most productive grasses on upland and lowland sites if adequately fertilized. Will do well in wet, poorly drained soils and will tolerate areas that are subject to flooding. It’s dense growth provides excellent erosion control. wildflower mixes Midwest Mix This mixture contains perennials.& annuals well suited to grow in the upper Midwest. It is formulated to provide bloom spring, summer, and fall. Ideal for residential or commercial landscaping. Shade Mix This mixture requires strong, filtered sunlight or 1-4 hours of direct sunlight per day. This mixture will not prosper in dense shade. We can help you select the grasses flowers mixes and fertilizers for any project Please Note: Native grasses and wild flower mixes are ordered as needed to maintain high germination levels. Turf Seed Our turf seed products are designed using the best quality turf seed available. From our Wausau Custom mixes to DOT Highway mixes, we have a turf seed to fit your needs. In addition to mixes, we carry individual turf grass seeds, such as Kentucky bluegrass, fine fescues, and ryegrass. We can also custom blends for special situations or to fit specific job specs.

  • Deer Creek seed mixes for wildlife deer plots | Marathon Town and Country

    Deer Creek Wild Life Food Plots Seed Mixes See store for pricing Brassica Blend Br assica Blend a mixture of fast-growing brassicas & Purple Turnup for a lush forage to attract deer from mid- to late-fall. Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18 Seeding Rate: 7-9#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: April-Aug Succotash Succulent Succotash This fall forage remains green and lush - even under the snow, when other food sources are brown and dormant. Composed of rye, barley, brassica, turnip, and rapeseed. Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18 Seeding Rate: 18-25#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft). Planting Time: July-Sept Perennial Plus Perennial Plus Clovers Wildlife Mix produces abundant high-quality forage . Its blend of clovers and chicory is highly adaptable and performs well on sandy to heavy, well drained soils. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate: 9-12#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: April-Aug Loggers Mix Logger’s Mix This blend of fescue, clover, & ryegrass will quickly produce cover, grow in low-fertility- acidic or wet soils, & areas with less-than-ideal sunlight. Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18. Seeding Rate: 18-25#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: April-Sept Wildlife Wildlife Clover Mix A balanced mix of ryegrass & clovers 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: 9-12#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft)Planting Time: April-Sept Proper soil analysis greatly enhances the success of your food plot. Ask us about complete soil sampling and analysis services. 715-675-1700 Silver Screen Silver Screen This mix of forage soybean & Egyptian wheat provides privacy & a food source growing 8-12 ft tall with a thick density. Best planted in 10–20-foot strips along roadsides, food plot edges, & for dividing larger plots. Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18. Seeding Rate: 40-50#/acre (~1#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: May-June Autumn Buffet Autumn Buffet Autumn Buffet's lush growth of brassicas, rapeseed, turnip, and clover are a whitetail fall favorite. Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18. Seeding Rate: 9-12# (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: April-Aug 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.

  • Antler King Seed Mixes for deer food plots | Marathon Town and Country

    wild life food plot Antler King deer FOOD PLOT Seed Mixes a LEADER IN NUTRITIONAL PRODUCTS FOR WHITE TAIL DEER See store for pricing 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

  • Attractants & Minerals for wildlife nutrition |Marathon Town and Country

    minerals & attractants Purina - Trophy Rock - Evolved - Antler King NOTE: When using these products be sure to follow all state and local game laws. Not for human consumption. See store for pricing TOP QUALITY BRANDS that attract the herd and keep them coming back We carry minerals and attractants that provide optimal deer health to help them reach maximum growth. We carry minerals and attractants from these fine companies Purina Premium & qUICK dRAW deer blockS Easy to use. Simple to set up; no feeder required. ​ Highly palatable. Helps ensure strong consumption and keeps deer coming back. ​ Long lasting Economical choice to attract deer year-round. ​ New Power Nugget™ Supplement Helps support deer’s nutritional requirement. ​ Optimized formulation. Helps provide more nutrition than whole grains and maintains vigor during periods of poor or sparse natural forage. ​ Proprietary flavor. Secret flavoring that attracts deer.

  • Food Plot Straight & Mixed Ingredients | Marathon Town & Country Store | Wausau

    food plot straight ingredients & mixes Mixes straight ingredients See store for pricing Alsike Clover A short-lived perennial white clover (2-4 year growth) has better winter hardiness than red clover. Will tolerate wet, acidic soil better than alfalfa. Shorter growth habit makes it desirable for pasture mixes. Thrives best in cool, moist climates. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 7-9#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft). Planting Time: Mar-May / Aug-Oct Alfalfa Where it is adapted, alfalfa is one of the highest yielding forage crops available. Alfalfa is a long-lived perennial legume that grows best on well drained soils with a pH of 6.5-7.5. The stems can reach several feet. It will not perform well in low, wet areas or acidic soil. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate: 17-22#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft). Planting Time: Mar-May / Aug-Sept Austrian Winter Pea Cool season legume that will produce an abundance of high protein forage. Easily grown as a long lasting fall crop that supplies nitrogen to other crops. Typically combined with small grains to help maintain an upright growth. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate: 80-100#/acre (~2.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: April-Aug ​ Birdsfoot Trefoil A perennial legume with slow establishment but strong once established, with early spring being the best planting period. Will tolerate heavy, poorly drained soils with low pH and short periods of flooding, but performs best at 6.0-6.5 pH and planted no deeper than ¼”. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate: 9-11#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft). Planting Time: Mar-May / Aug-Oct Buckwheat A fast growing, annual grain that will terminate with the first frost. Great for weed suppression, due to its fast growth. Pollinators are highly attracted to it, and deer love the young tender shoots. Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18 or 28-3-10 Seeding Rate: 45-60#/acre (~1.35#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: May-Sept Chicory Perennial taproot herb that belongs to the sunflower family. Drought tolerant and prefers well drained soils. Produces abundant high protein leafy forage. Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18 or 28-3-10 Seeding Rate: 7-10#/acre (~.25#/1500 sq ft) Planting Time: April-Aug Field Pumpkins Produces large fruit that can be 12-14” inches in diameter and up to 20 lbs. Can be grown anywhere and is excellent for feeding wildlife, making pies, or for Jack-O-Lanterns. Plant 1 inch deep. Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18 Seeding Rate: 3#/acre (~.1#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: May-June ​ 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 and will provide nitrogen to the soil in spring if not eaten. Winterkills with 3 consecutive nights in the mid-teens. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate: 8-10#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Aug-Sept Forage Soybean Non-round Up Ready High protein, abundant forage legume that will keep leaves when grain soybeans are producing pods. This forage can last into bow hunting. Cannot be sprayed with Round Up. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate: 50#/acre drilled (~1#/1000 sq ft). Planting Time: April-July 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: 18-18-18 or 28-3-10 Seeding Rate: 5-9#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: May-July ​ Ladino Clover A taller white perennial clover that is easy to establish and tolerates fall usage better than red clover. Best in mixes due to possibility of bloat if the main crop. Thrives best in a cool, moist climate. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 5-7#/acre (~.15#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Mar-May / Aug-Oct Mammoth Greystripe Sunflower A very tall plant with stalks up to 12’ and flowers from 6” – 15” in diameter. Sunflowers can thrive in poor soil with little moisture. Space plants sufficiently for growth and plant no deeper than an 1”. Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18 Seeding Rate: 5#/acre (~.15#/1000 sq ft) Planting time: April-Mid July Medium Red Clover A short-lived perennial (2-4 year growth) with rapid spring growth. Taller growth habit and prefers well-drained loamy soils. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 9-14#/acre (~.35#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Feb-May / Aug-Oct Rapeseed Short season brassica that produces succulent top growth with high nutrient values. Stays green late into the fall & will become sweet tasting to the deer once a hard frost hits. Adapts to a wide range of soils and conditions. Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18 or 28-3-10. Seeding Rate: 7-10#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: April-May / Aug-Sept Rutabaga A long season brassica originating from the crossing of turnip with cabbage. Produces a larger root than turnip, typically 4-6 in. in diameter. Deer will eat the top growth in late fall and dig for the root in winter. Plant early to reach full maturity. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate: 7-9#/acre (~.25#/1000) Planting Time: May-July Sugar Beets. Grows slowly: produces a large sugary taproot deer will eat in the fall and winter. Cooler weather promotes increased sugar content. Needs soil with limited nitrogen to for adequate root growth. For best germination, plant at least ½ in – 1 in deep in a soil with a pH of 6.6 or higher. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate: 7-9#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft). Planting Time: April-July Soybean - GT Tolerant A late maturing, glyphosate tolerant (GT) annual soybean that offers a spring/summer /fall food source. It's increased plant height, creates large amounts of forage. Performs well on light to heavy soil types in light sun to full sun. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate: 55#/acre (~1.25#/1000 sq ft). Planting Time: May 15 - June 30 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: Aug-Sept White Dutch Clover A very short (4-5 in), white clover found in lawns and wooded areas. Tolerates acidic soil and low fertility. Very useful for trail and fringe areas due to high tolerance of heavy traffic once established. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 8-11#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Mar-May / Aug-Oct Wildlife Grain Sorghum . A tall plant similar to corn that provides a seed head at the top. Useful for pheasants and other game birds for food in the fall/winter and for cover in the summer. Drought tolerant and perform wells on a variety of soil types. Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18 or 28-3-10 Seeding Rate: 8-10#/acre (~.25#/1500 sq ft) Planting Time: May-July Wildlife Sunflower (Peredovik) A favorite attractant for many 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: 18-18-18. Seeding Rate: 10-15#/acre (~.35#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: May-June Winfred Brassica Cross of kale and turnip in the brassica family, with minimal root growth. Produces abundant forage that is highly digestible with good palatability. Has great frost tolerance and can stay green until 10 degrees Fahrenheit. Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18 or 28-3-10 Seeding Rate: 7-10#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: May-Sept Winter Rye Faster growing than winter wheat. Provides abundant forage in the winter. Tolerant of poor soils and has the greatest cold tolerance. Used for erosion control, weed suppression, and green manure. Produces a spring crop if planted in late fall. ***Availability starts as of mid-July**Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18 or 28-3-10. Seeding Rate:100#/acre(~2.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Aug-Sept Winter Wheat High protein, fast growing, provides an abundance of forage. Tolerates poor soil & conditions. Commonly used for erosion control, weed suppression, & green manure. Late fall planting for spring growth. *Availability starts Mid-July**Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18 or 28-3-10. Seeding Rate: 80-120#/acre (~2.75#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Aug - Oct mixed ingredients See price list for bulk discounts Buck Forage Oats A proprietary variety of forage oats, cold tolerant & very palatable to deer. Slow growing allows shoots to stay more tender. Can stay green to 10 degrees F or lower. **May Not Be Available Until August** Maintenance Fertilizer: 18-18-18. Seeding Rate: 100-120#/acre (~2.75#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: Aug - Sept ​ Clover Madness The perfect blend of 4 types of clover designed for high forage production, extreme cold tolerance, and to build soil health. They are deeper rooted clovers to handle adverse conditions, but also aid in reducing compaction in your soil.Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24 Seeding Rate: 8-10#/acre (~.25#/1000 sq ft) Planting Time: March - Sept Deer Country Point Builder Plus Blend of Rapeseed, 3 types of Clover, High Sugar Perennial Ryegrass, and Chicory provides top quality forage all spring, through fall. Produces different types of forage at different times of the year. Excellent along wood lines or open areas.Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate: 20-25#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft).Planting Time: March-May / Aug-Sept Deer Country-Trail Mix A mix of High Sugar Ryegrass, Fescue, and 4 types of Clover provides quick and easy establishment. Will withstand full sun to more heavily shaded areas. Performs well on logging roads and trails in the woods. Provides a year-round supply of food. Maintenance Fertilizer: 6-24-24. Seeding Rate: 15-20#/acre (~.5#/1000 sq ft). Planting Time: April-June / Aug-Sept 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. 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