Wildlife Habitat & Food Plots

Seed Mixes

Wildlife Food Plot Mix

Item #: ERNMX-130 Cost: $0.74/lb
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Description: Dwarf Sorghum/Red Milo is attractive to mourning doves in the fall. It stands upright in snow and makes emergency food during the winter for turkey, pheasants and deer. White Proso Millet and Black Oil Sunflower are extremely popular and effective for all birds. Buckwheat is extremely popular with ()

Keystone Deer & Turkey Habitat Mix

Item #: ERNMX-133 Cost: $3.27/lb
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Description: These popular wildlife food plot, non-native grasses and legumes attract deer and turkey year-round. Mix formulations are subject to change without notice depending on the availability of existing and new products. While the formula may change, the guiding philosophy and function of the mix will ()

Keystone Big Buck Mix

Item #: ERNMX-133-1 Cost: $3.52/lb
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Description: The non-native legumes and forbs attract deer year-round. Mix formulations are subject to change without notice depending on the availability of existing and new products. While the formula may change, the guiding philosophy and function of the mix will not. ()

Honey Bee Forage Mix

Item #: ERNMX-157 Cost: $3.16/lb
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Description: A pasture mix for honey bees composed of clovers and sweetclovers. Mix forumulations are subject to change without notice depending on the availability of existing and new products. While the formula may change, the guiding philosophy and function of the mix will not. ()

Fall Sweets Wildlife Mix

Item #: ERNMX-184 Cost: $2.85/lb
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Description: This annual mix should be planted from May-early June for later summer grazing, or late July-early August (not later than September 1st) for fall grazing. The palatable tops (stems as well as leaves) and bulb roots of the brassicas are high in crude protein. Mix formulations are subject to change ()

Spring Greens Mix

Item #: ERNMX-185 Cost: $3.84/lb
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Description: The legumes and forbs attract deer and turkey in the early spring and provide necessary protein for antler development. Mix formulations are subject to change without notice depending on the availability of existing and new products. While the formula may change, the guiding philosophy and function ()

Individual Species

Alopecurus arundinaceus
Creeping Foxtail

Item #: ALOARU01 Species Type: Naturalized Cost: $11.00/lb
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Classification: Herbaceous Perennial
Height: Up to 3.9 Ft
Description: A rhizomatous species; ideal for pipeline restoration where wildlife is desired; provides seed, forage and cover for wildlife and domestic animals. ()

Andropogon gerardii, 'Niagara'
Big Bluestem, ‘Niagara’

Item #: ANDGER01 Species Type: Native Cost: $13.20/lb (PLS)
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Classification: Herbaceous Perennial
Height: Up to 10.0 Ft
Description: A warm season bunchgrass; used for erosion control in sand and gravel pits, mine spoil and on roadsides; contributes to diversified biomass production; a high quality livestock forage; provides food and cover for wildlife. ()

Andropogon gerardii, 'Prairie View'-IN Ecotype
Big Bluestem, ‘Prairie View’-IN Ecotype

Item #: ANDGER09 Species Type: Native Cost: $13.20/lb (PLS)
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Classification: Herbaceous Perennial
Height: Up to 7.0 Ft
Description: A warm season bunchgrass; used for erosion control in sand and gravel pits, mine spoil and on roadsides; contributes to diversified biomass production; a high quality livestock forage; provides food and cover for wildlife. ()

Andropogon gerardii, 'Southlow'-MI Ecotype
Big Bluestem, ‘Southlow’-MI Ecotype

Item #: ANDGER10 Species Type: Native Cost: $13.20/lb (PLS)
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Classification: Herbaceous Perennial
Height: Up to 7.0 Ft
Description: A warm season bunchgrass; used for erosion control in sand and gravel pits, mine spoil and on roadsides; contributes to diversified biomass production; a high quality livestock forage; provides food and cover for wildlife. ()

Andropogon gerardii, Albany Pine Bush-NY Ecotype
Big Bluestem, Albany Pine Bush-NY Ecotype

Item #: ANDGER11 Species Type: Native Cost: $13.20/lb (PLS)
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Classification: Herbaceous Perennial
Height: Up to 10.0 Ft
Description: A warm season bunchgrass; used for erosion control in sand and gravel pits, mine spoil and on roadsides; contributes to diversified biomass production; a high quality livestock forage; provides food and cover for wildlife. ()

Andropogon gerardii, Long Island-NY Ecotype
Big Bluestem, Long Island-NY Ecotype

Item #: ANDGER20 Species Type: Native Cost: $13.20/lb (PLS)
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Classification: Herbaceous Perennial
Height: Up to 10.0 Ft
Description: A warm season bunchgrass; used for erosion control in sand and gravel pits, mine spoil and on roadsides; contributes to diversified biomass production; a high quality livestock forage; provides food and cover for wildlife. ()

Arrhenatherum elatius ssp. elatius
Tall Oatgrass, ‘Ruffner’

Item #: ARRELA01 Species Type: Naturalized Cost: $13.20/lb
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Classification: Herbaceous Perennial
Height: Up to 6.5 Ft
Description: Referred to as evergreen grass because of its pronounced cool season growth habit; good into Canada; highly palatable for whitetail deer throughout late fall and early winter. ()

Bouteloua curtipendula, 'Butte'
Sideoats Grama, ‘Butte’

Item #: BOUCUR02 Species Type: Native Cost: $11.00/lb (PLS)
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Classification: Herbaceous Perennial
Height: Up to 3.3 Ft
Description: A fast-emerging warm season bunchgrass for upland meadows where sight lines are important; used for surface mine revegetation, erosion control and as a warm season companion crop; high winter forage value for wildlife and livestock. ()

Bouteloua gracilis, 'Bad River'
Blue Grama, ‘Bad River’

Item #: BOUGRA01 Species Type: Native Cost: $11.00/lb (PLS)
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Classification: Herbaceous Perennial
Height: Up to 2.0 Ft
Description: A fast-emerging warm season bunchgrass; used in dry highway medians, recreation area plantings and in pure stands for erosion control; provides food for wildlife. ()

Brassica napus
Dwarf Essex Rape

Item #: BRANAP01 Species Type: Naturalized Cost: $1.43/lb
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Classification: Herbaceous Annual, Herbaceous Annual
Height: Up to 6.0 Ft
Description: A member of the mustard family; the seeds are approximately 37% oil; used for the production of healthy cooking and culinary oils; a high quality livestock supplement; preferred by deer in the winter; makes good biodiesel. ()

Brassica napus, 'Bonar'
Forage Rape, ‘Bonar’

Item #: BRANAP02 Species Type: Naturalized Cost: $3.30/lb
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Classification: Herbaceous Annual, Herbaceous Annual, Herbaceous Annual

Description: Quality winter feed for cattle and sheep; palatable for all livestock and grazing wildlife. ()

Brassica napus, 'Rangiora'
Forage Rape, ‘Rangiora’

Item #: BRANAP07 Species Type: Naturalized Cost: $3.30/lb
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Classification: Herbaceous Annual, Herbaceous Annual, Herbaceous Annual

Description: Quality winter feed for cattle and sheep; palatable for all livestock and grazing wildlife. ()

Brassica napus, 'Wichita'
Winter Canola, ‘Wichita’

Item #: BRANAP03 Species Type: Naturalized Cost: $3.30/lb
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Classification: Herbaceous Annual, Herbaceous Biennial, Herbaceous Annual/Biennial
Height: Up to 6.0 Ft
Description: A member of the mustard family; the seeds are approximately 37% oil; also used for the production of healthy cooking and culinary oils; a high quality livestock supplement; preferred by deer in the winter; makes good biodiesel. ()

Brassica rapa
Purple Top Turnip

Item #: BRARAP04 Species Type: Naturalized Cost: $2.20/lb
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Classification: Herbaceous Annual/Biennial, Herbaceous Annual/Biennial

Description: The leaves are high in protein; highly palatable and digestible for deer. ()

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