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This mix of brassicas provides sweet forage content after period of frost. The addition of Annual Ryegrass provides early forage giving the brassicas time to establish. Can be planted in the spring for high forage volume, or fall planted for higher quality forage.

Mix includes:

  • Hybrid Forage Brassica
  • Turnips
  • Rape Seed
  • Radish
  • Annual Ryegrass
Plant this tasty mix of crunchy greens each spring to give your herd a great diversity of forage throughout the summer. Then watch them munch their way to their full potential. Can also be planted in the fall for grazing with freeze tolerant plants.

Mix includes:

  • Annual Ryegrass
  • Alfalfa
  • Crimson Clover
  • Forage Rape seed
  • Clover
  • Oats
  • Turnips
  • Winter Rye

Available in 1 Acre Bags (29 lbs.) and 1/4 Acre Bags (7.25 lbs)

Planting Dates: April-May or August – September 15
Planting Depth: 1/4 to 1/2 inch. If broadcasting, seed should be harrowed to provide seed soil contact.
Planting Rate: 29 lbs per Acre drilled; add 20% if broadcast.

Fall and Winter months can be some of the hardest times on deer. Frost Line will ensure that your herd will have adequate food as well as a highly digestible and nutritional forage through the winter.

Mix includes:

  • Purple Top Turnips
  • Rape Seed
  • Daikon Radish
  • Forage Pea
  • Winter Rye
  • Oats



High protein annual seed mix deer will relish. Great for drawing and building strong bucks. Extremely high nutritional value and palatability for adding point to your trophy’s score. Plant in very early spring for spring and early summer production and awesome fall and early winter drawing power.

Mix includes:

  • Turnips
  • Early and Late Cow Peas
  • Soybeans
  • Lab Lab
  • Forage Sorghum


Green Screen™ Barrier mix is an annual seed mix that has the potential of growing up to 12 feet tall and is a great planting for use as a visual barrier along roads, access paths to your stand, and around your tripod stand. With some planning, you can plant in areas that you may want to place a ground blind later in the season. Green Screen also has great standabilty- even during the winter months.

When not planted too heavy it can also provide security to your deer and they may even turn to Green Screen as a food source in the winter months.

Planting rate is 12lbs per acre planted in 30” rows.

Mix includes: 3 sorghum varieties for standability & varied maturity