Food plot seed

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  1. Strutter

    Strutter Cyber-Hunter

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    Where do you guys buy your seed for food plots?
     
  2. Giveem3outdoors

    Giveem3outdoors 12 pointer

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    The local co-op. I prefer agri gro here. Not sure where you are Located but should be a pinnacle or nutrien ag near you. Possibly even southern states.
     
  3. redlickranch

    redlickranch 8 pointer

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    I get mine from Feed Store in Bardstown, KY. just up the road from Fuji Seal.
     
  4. ojibwa62

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    Hancock's or local ..
     
  5. Strutter

    Strutter Cyber-Hunter

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    I bought several different kinds from Grandpa Rays. It was well priced, shipped fast, packaged very nice, free shipping, and the seed is very clean. Came packaged in resealable bags too. Just need to get it out and get some rain on it.
     
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  6. Drahts

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    Strutter you will be happy! What mixes did you get?
     
  7. bowhuntin22

    bowhuntin22 Fawn

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    I like the blends from Stratton Seed and the prices are reasonable. I believe the Helena dealers in the western part of the state are Stratton Dealers. The Helena dealer in Russellville has been good to work with. www.gostrattonseed.com
     
  8. wolverine1

    wolverine1 12 pointer

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    Hancock seed..... I'm gonna check into those other places you guys have mentioned...
     
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  9. ojibwa62

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    I need to check out grandpa Ray's, have heard a lot about it..



    Checked it out prices are a tad high , but he is covering shipping as well..

    Hancock has better prices and free shipping if the bags are under 50#.
     
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  10. Strutter

    Strutter Cyber-Hunter

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    I got 2.5 lbs each of rape, turnips, and Winfred brassicas as well as 5 lbs of grains and greens. If it does well it should give them some good food up into winter. I already have clover, chicory, sunflowers, and a bag of throw and grow out.
     
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  11. ojibwa62

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  12. elmucho277

    elmucho277 6 pointer

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    I've had good luck with Hancock Seed as well
     
  13. Ataulbe1

    Ataulbe1 10 pointer

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    Tried a new mix this year from Turner Seed out of Winchester. Good mix. Really happy with it so far.
     
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  14. Brsutton86

    Brsutton86 12 pointer

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    Caverndale seeds in Danville.
     
  15. Drahts

    Drahts 10 pointer

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    The grains and greens are awesome. I like the fall draw an Frosty Delight as well. I use the Gold, Mass Builder, 3x and Inner Sanctum as my perennial plots.
     

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