Sharp Brothers Seed can help you restore wildlife habitat.
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Food Plot Mix
Game Bird Magnet Mix
This broadly adapted annual mixture will provide a smorgasboard of high energy seeds, while furnishing a dense durable cover. Custom blended to create a dependable magnetic environment that will attract and hold game birds on your plot site and help to ensure fall and winter survival. Game Bird Magnet Mix is a tremendous food source and shelter all in the same bag. This mix is formulated to attract pheasant, quail, grouse and doves, a blend of hybrid forage sorghm, open pollinated forage sorghum and grain sorghum. An excellent choice to plant next to our Pheasant Habitat or Quail-Grouse-Prairie Chicken Wildlife Habitat grass mixes.
Specially formulated mix of high quality lush clovers, tasty turnips, nutrious alfalfa and wheat make a food plot that will attract deer herds to your property. Buck Munch is a premium blend of perennials and annuals designed to draw and hold big bucks to your plot.
If you have any questions about which wildlife attractant is right for you, give us a call at 800-462-8483 or contact us here.
If you're ready to purchase seed or have a mix in mind, we've made it even easier to purchase Sharp Brothers Seed! Just select the species, in our Seed Species section, type in the quantities of pure seed desired for each species and click "add to cart." You will find specific House Blends by clicking "Seed Mixes" to the left of your screen. Please be advised that we add mixes and delete some throughout the year. Our I-A and I-B are always available. We can do any custom mix for you. We do not have an automated phone system, just call and one of our knowledgeable empoloyees will help you. Give us a call at 800-462-8483 and we'll advise you on availability and prices.
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Common Name: Black-eyed Susan
Black-eyed Susan is one of the easiest wildflowers to establish! Black-eyed Susan reseeds to return year after year. Prefers well-drained, moist soil in full sun to partial shade. Flowers from May to August....