Grow bigger bucks and healthier herds with an assortment of 1-lb. Antler King Food Plot seed varieties.
Kale — Easy-to-establish cool-season food source packed with 20-30% protein and vitamins. Produces up to 10 tons of forage per acre. Grows best in cool climates and the leaves will sweeten and increase attraction as temps drop. Can be mixed with grains or other brassicas. Covers approximately 1/8 acre.
Radish — Fast-growing warm- or cold-season food source with "greens" contain 20-30% protein, vitamins and plenty of tonnage. The tap-root can grow 24-30" and provide nutrients and natural tillage. A hard frost creates increased sugar content along with deer activity and consumption. Can be mixed with grains or other brassicas. Covers approximately 1/10 acre.
Turnip — plant in July through September to get a food plot delivering up to 20% protein. Deer start by consuming greens and return to eventually dig out and eat the turnip bulb. Can be mixed with other forage such as clover, chicory or other cereal grains. Covers approximately 1/5 acre.
Chicory — Plant as early as spring and as late as August depending on region. This hardy, cool-season perennial provides 15-30% protein to promote body and antler growth. Fast-growing forage crowds out weeds and is a source of key minerals. Adapts to a variety of soil conditions. Can be mixed with cereal grains or clover. Covers approximately 1/4 acre.