The most widely used seeds in deer food plots. Wheat is often more drought tolerant than oats making it an excellent companion crop in a food plot mix with rye, oats, and clovers.
Establishment - Plant late August through October for good fall growth. Plant 90-120 lbs/acre alone in a food plot or in a mix with clovers. Excellent companion crop in a food plot mix with oats, rye and clovers.
Fertility - Adapted to most soil types and tolerates a PH of 5.5-7.5.
Forage Quality - Yield 4-6 tons/acre. Protein content from 11-23%
Wildlife Food Plot Advantage - Most widely used deer food plot seeds. Produces winter and early spring food for deer and turkey.