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Sorghum-Sudangrass

  • Super Sugar

    Super Sugar is a high yielding conventional forage grass best used for hay, grazing, or as a cover crop. Thin sweet stems make it highly palatable with stem sugar ranging from 12-16%. Planting higher populations will result in finer stems, finer stems dry quicker producing higher quality hay. The improved […] Read more...

  • Ross Elite / Surpass BMR

    The Ross Elite / Surpass BMR is usually planted from March through July, or when the soil temperature is at least 60 degrees and rising. It can be planted for a variety of uses including hay, baleage, silage, greenchop, and direct grazing. The BMR sorghum has several distinct advantages over […] Read more...

Millets

  • Japanese Millet

    Japanese millet is a quick growing grass that provides an excellent habitat for waterfowl and other wildlife. It tolerates wet ground and even standing water as long as the plant is above it. Japanese millet is primarily seeded in wetland areas when they are drier in the summer. It then […] Read more...

  • German (Foxtail) Millet

    German or Foxtail Millet has low water use and crude protein of the hay is around 15%. We sell German “R” strain millet, which when put up in a timely manner, is a quick hay/forage crop with excellent feed quality. German millet can also be planted as a cover crop, […] Read more...

  • Exceed BMR Hybrid Pearl Millet

    Exceed BMR hybrid pearl millet is an enhanced summer annual product that delivers a versatile, high quality forage product to dairy, beef, sheep, and goat producers. We recommend planting with the soil temperature is 65-70 degrees. Plant into a firm seedbed at a depth of ¾ – 1 inch. Read more...

  • Hybrid Pearl Millet

    Hybrid Pearl millet has low water use and crude protein of the hay is around 13%. The hybrid pearl millet tends to produce higher tonnage than the foxtail millets or Sudan grass on sandy soils. Prussic acid toxicity is not present in pearl millet. Four to six weeks of growth […] Read more...


Bermuda

  • Stampede Plus/ Wrangler Bermuda

    These grass seed blends were developed for faster establishment and higher productivity in warmer temperate climates. Stampede/Wrangler Bermuda are proven performers for hay or pasture applications, with high quality, and high tonnage production for those forage producers wanting to maximize their profits from livestock production. Read more...

  • Common Bermuda Grass Seed (Hulled/Unhulled)

    Bermuda is a versatile, low maintenance grass. It is drought tolerant and can stand flooding for short periods of time. The hulled seed germinates quicker than unhulled varieties because the protective seed coat has been mechanically removed. This also promotes uniform growth. Bermuda thrives in well-drained sites and in a […] Read more...


Cover Crops

  • Buckwheat

    Buckwheat works great with cover crops. It produces an abundance of seed in 70-80 days which holds onto the stalk well after ripening. Buckwheat is a great addition to spring and summer food plots for quail, doves, turkey, ducks, & deer. Buckwheat also serves as a great cover crop for […] Read more...

  • Red Ripper Cow Peas

    Red ripper is an open-pollinated cowpea variety that is vinier than Iron Clay, and more tolerant of sandy soils. It handles drought better, going dormant and then re-vining and reblooming after each rain. It performs better than clovers or alfalfa on poor or acid soil (pH range 5.5 – 7.0). […] Read more...

Ross Spring Wildlife Mix 

Our Ross Spring Wildlife Mix was formulated to attract white tail deer, turkey, and other gamebirds.  It is a high protein formulation made predominately with legumes to promote better antler growth.  It contains: Red Ripper Cowpeas, Soybeans, Mungbeans, and Hybrid Grain Sorghum.  We recommend planting 50 pounds/acre in Mid-late April, after the last frost, when the soil temperature exceeds 65 degrees.

(in order of greatest to least):
Cowpeas / Soybean / Mungbeans / Forage Sorghum

Other wildlife seeds:
Austrian Winter Peas / Hairy Vetch / Alfalfa
Medium Red Clover / Yuchi Arrowleaf Clover / Ladino Clover / Crimson Clover / Renovation Clover / Japanese Millet / Trophy Rape / Buckwheat / Daikon Radish / Purple Top Turnips / Six Point Chicory / Sugar Beets
Browntop Millet / Wilder Game Sorghum  / Egyptian Wheat
Eagle Seed Soybeans: Large Lad, Big Fellow, Gamekeeper