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Below are a few photos from satisfied customers:
Deerseeds.com Alfalfa planted fall 2010 large clover
Chic magnet and Imperial Clover starting second year
(Missouri) "...great shot of the action I get in the Chicory Plot on a nightly basis, the pictures don’t lie you sell great products."
Chic Magnet and Crimson Clover Close-up of Brassica
Alfalfa, Clover and Brome; Winter Greens with Chicory and Clover
(Indiana) "I have deer every day, the mixture is working great. I plan on doing a larger area next year. This ground was all clay. I did not use any fertilizer or lime. I broadcast the seed just as the snow started melting. I maintain the area by mowing high enough to not cut the clover but take weeds out. I've tried the expensive deer blends and believe less can be better ( for the deer and the planting conditions ) and easier on the pocket book....Now in the spring we get deer daily grazing in the clover around the pond........
I took these pics just a few days ago. This isn't the first time I've had turkeys eating the clover"
"..Here is a couple pictures of this winter, we had turkeys for the first time. They would scratch the area down to the clover. I don't think the deer enjoyed sharing the area."
(Canada) "...the turnips and chicory was simply amazing. My food plots were used most of the winter which is good. The deer pawed deep to get turnips and ate the remaining stems of rape right to ground level. Just over sowed the whitetail clover and have seen more rough grouse around than I have for years so they are enjoying the feast as well."
(New York) "...these are photo's of deer in the plot area during the season"
(Texas) This customer saved an injured rabbit and has had him as a house pet for years;
"I've bought clover seeds from you for my cottontail rabbit, Harry. He loves his clover! You can see in one photo that he is eating your clover so quickly that the stem is just a green blur and his cheeks are bulging."
(Florida) (Bearded Dragons) "..They love turnip greens and alfalfa."
(Bearded Dragons) "The babies love the alfalfa and it's the perfect size for them. It is high in protein and has a high calcium to phosphorus ratio needed for balanced nutrition. It's easy to grow and really good for them."
(Nebraska) "...this mule deer buck did not like being disturbed. I plan on adding brassicas in the fall..."
bought your seeds last year (Bulls Eye Brasssica), they were very good for my deer all the way until spring.
Deer were digging in the snow to get at them.
Deer are attracted to both the tops and roots of Sugar Beets.
Sugar beets can produce roots anywhere from 2 to 4 pounds when mature. The roots are very attractive to deer, especially in colder months. Sugar beets do not like competetion with weeds, it is best to use a good weed killer before planting and wait the recommended time on the label before planting the seeds. Soil pH of 6.0 to 6.8. Sugar Betts can be planted by being drilled, planted in rows, or by broadcasting.
Whitetail Institute Bowstand
4 lb Bag
Fall annual designed to attract deer to small, remote sites for bow hunting
Includes new specially selected radish and lettuce, and other highly attractive forages
Designed for maximum attraction with minimal planting effort
Designed to flourish even in partial shade
Can be planted with minimal seedbed preparation