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Main Street Seed & Supply offers many types of wildlife food plot seed. Nothing beats the serenity and peaceful vibe of your own wildlife habitat where deer, turkey and other animals come to feed. Planting vegetation varieties like our Crimson Clover is an economical way to provide both food and cover for wildlife. Our Buck Forage Oats are another great choice if you have large areas to seed. They are winter-hardy, and deer love them because they are small and palatable.

Many of the wildlife mixes we offer are no till food plot seed, requiring only a simple distribution topside for effective growth and coverage. Switchgrass is a nice choice if you want to create food plots for turkey while also providing cover for deer and rabbits. Our Great Lakes Wildlife Mix can be used as whitetail food plot seed, or you can opt for other choices like Forage Peas and Forage Radish. The wildlife in your area will come out in droves when you choose any of these top-shelf seed mixes.

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Alfalfa (Vernal)
Alfalfa (Vernal)

Good drought tolerance.
Used for pastures.

Germination: 7-10 Days
Coverage: 1 lb per 2500 sq ft
Plant Height: 15-16"

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Beet Mangel

Grown mainly for deer and cow feed. Shallow rooting for easy harvest. Open Pollinated.

Days to Maturity: 120
Approximate Seeds per Offer: 600
Approximate Seeds per Pound: 19200
Top Height: 16-24"
Top Color: Green
Root Shape: Tapered

Birsfoot Trefoil
Birdsfoot Trefoil

Stems grow from single crown.
Roots produce new shoots.

Germination: 7-10 Days
Coverage: 1 lb per 7000 sq ft
Plant Height: 15-44"

Northern Edge Food Plot & Wildlife Habitat Seed Mix - Brassica (1 acre)
Brassica Mixture - Northern Edge
Our Price: $27.99

Brassica Mixture is easy to plant in the spring or fall, long lasting, attracts deer and other wildlife, and highly nutritious. Contains forage rape seed, purple top rutabaga, dwart siberian kale, seven top turnip, and purple top turnip
Optimum Planting Dates - May thru June, August thru Mid September.
Coverage - 1 acre

Buck Forage Oats
Buck Forage Oats

Buck Forage oats are more winter-hardy than others and tend to grow slower than other oats in the fall.
Smaller means much more tender and palatable.
Plant in well prepared and well drained seed bed.
Cover seed 1" to 2" deep.

Coverage: 1 lb per 400 sq ft


Buckwheat
Buckwheat

An excellent honey source as the blossoms are rich in nectar.
Annual broadleaf plant.

Germination: 7-20 Days
Coverage: 1 lb per 800 sq ft
Plant Height: 24-42"

Chicory
Chicory

Perennial herb that produces high quality forage, add a little to your clover plot.
Chicory does very well planted with clovers.

Germination: 7-20 Days
Coverage: 1 lb per 8000 sq ft
Plant Height: 36"

Food Plot & Wildlife Habitat Seed Mix - Chicory/White Clover (1 acre)
Chicory/White Clover Mixture - Northern Edge
Our Price: $49.99

Chicory and White Clover Mixture is easy to plant in the spring or fall, long lasting, attracts deer and other wildlife, and highly nutritious. Contains chicory and Ladino clover.
Optimum Planting Dates - April thru May, August
Coverage - 1 acre

Crimson Clover
Crimson Clover

Crimson clover has taller flower stems, grows more quickly and has larger seeds than the more commonly used red clover. Crimson clover's primary advantages are rapid growth during cool weather, shade tolerance and a positive reseeding potential.

Germination: 7-10 Days
Coverage: 1 lb per 2500 sq ft
Plant Height: 19-24"

Dutch White Clover
Dutch White Clover

Needs moisture at time of germination, but when established is drought tolerant.

Germination: 7-12 Days
Coverage: 1 lb per 4000 sq ft
Plant Height: 8-10"