GOAT PASTURE MIX (order by the pound)

Goat Pasture Mix

1 pound


This premium mix is recommended for goat pastures, wildlife forage, and deer food plots.

This quality blend includes equal parts of; 
alfalfa, chicory, medium red clover, white ladino clover, dutch white clover and perennial ryegrass
 
Easy to plant, the seed only needs good soil contact to grow, broadcast 8 lbs. or more seed per acre. 
The seeds are tiny, if you use a hand spreader, be certain to adjust the seed opening. This is usually the smallest setting on most hand spreaders. After broadcasting seed, if possible, hand rake in gently, or use a cultipacker or some type of heavy roller to roll over field. This presses seed into ground and helps insure better seed to soil contact and good germination.
Do not cover seed more than 1/4 inch. Do not disc seed into the ground, planting too deep with inhibit growth.
Do not plant during hot/dry weather, the seeds need adequate moisture to germinate.
This seed mix grows in full sun to partial shade.
 
Price: $6.49
$6.49
SKU: goat_1

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