Wildlife Mixes

Martin Milo

  • Open pollinated sorghum wild game food usage
  • Martin is a medium, early open pollinated, bronze grain sorghum with a yellow endosperm
  • Martin grows 3 to 4 feet with a semi-compact head
  • Martin has excellent drought tolerance for wildlife uses
  • Mature seed 85 to 100 days
  • Planting recommendations:
    • Rows: 10 pounds per acre
    • Drill: 25-30 pounds per acre
    • Broadcast: 25-30 pounds per acre

Mustang Trophy Buck Mix

  • 20 pounds per acre
  • 30% Forage Ryegrass
  • 10% Medium Red Clover
  • 10% Vernal Alfalfa
  • 10% Alsike Clover
  • 10% Dutch White Clover
  • 10% Chicory
  • 10% Purple Top Turnips
  • 10% Ladino Clover

WGF

  • Open pollinated sorghum wild game food usage
  • Wild game food is an early-maturing sorghum 24-34 inches in height
  • The seed becomes palatable at maturity, and is readily consumed by quail, turkey, pheasant and prairie chicken, as well as migratory birds and deer
  • Mid-bloom 43 to 50 days
  • Mature seed 85 to 100 days
  • Planting recommendations
    • Rows: 10 pounds per acre
    • Drill: 25-30 pounds per acre
    • Broadcast: 25-30 pounds per acre