Products

Corn Soybeans Small Grains Tame Grasses Lawn Grasses
Native Grasses Brassicas Legumes Forages/Feed Organic
Cover Crops CRP Wildlife Plant Foods    

 

Corn

- Channel
- Dekalb
- Hoegemeyer
- Mycogen
- NK
- Producers Hybrids
- Integra
- Emerge

Our complete line of corn gives our customers the best genetics possible in the industry. We would be happy to speak with you about the different varieties that will be suitable for your needs.
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Soybeans

- Asgrow
- Channel
- Hoegemeyer
- Mycogen
- NK
- Producers Hybrids
- Integra
- Emerge

Our complete line of soybeans gives our customers the best genetics possible in the industry. We would be happy to speak with you about the different varieties that will be suitable for your needs. We also have a seed treater available to get you the right treatment for your Soybeans.
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Small Grains

- Rye
- Oats: (Jerry, Morton, Drummond, Certified Shelby)
- Barley
- Winter Wheat: (Expedition, Wesley, Overland)
- Spring Wheat
- Winter Triticale
- Spring Triticale
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Tame Grasses

- Smooth Brome
- Intermediate Wheatgrass
- Pubescent Wheatgrass
- Crested Wheatgrass
- Tall Wheatgrass
- Canary Grass
- Garrison Creeping Foxtail
- Timothy Grass
- Tall Fescue
- Russian Wildrye
- Teff Grass
- Orchardgrass
- Pasture Mix (Barenbrug)
      -Stockmaster (Blend is made up of 40% Perennial Ryegrass, 35% Tall Fescue, 25%        Orchardgrass)
      -Beefmaster (Blend is made up of 50% Tall Fescue, 20% Perennial Ryegrass, 20%        Orchardgrass, 10% White Clover)
      -Haymaster (Blend is made up of 50% Tall Fescue, 50% Orchardgrass)
- Waterway Mix
- Cool Season Pasture Mix (Blend of Orchardgrass, Meadow Bromegrass, Smooth Bromegrass, Timothy, Oahe Wheatgrass, and Manska Wheatgrass)
- Italian Ryegrass
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Native Grasses

- Big Bluestem
- Little Bluestem
- Side Oats Grama
- Green Needle Grass
- Western Wheatgrass
- Slinder Wheatgrass
- Switch Grass
- Indian Grass
- Blue Grama Grass
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Lawn Grasses

- Sports Turf Mix (This blend will give you a mixture of Tall Fescue, Perenial Ryegrass, and Kentucky Bluegrass)
- Best Blend (Kentucky Bluegrass blend)
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Brassicas

- Turnip
- Radish
- Rape
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Legumes

- Lentils
- Hairy Vetch
- Austrian Winter Pea
- Magna 4010 Forage Pea
- Clover: Berseem, Alice White, Yellow Blossom, Medium Red, Alsike, Crimson, Birdsfoot Trefoil, Ladino
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Forages/Feeds

- Alfalfa (We offer Common, Vernal, Teton, and Roundup Ready alfalfa)
- Millet: German, Pearl
- Oats/Peas: 60% Oats/ 40% Peas

- Sorghum (Chop):
     AF 7101 BMR: Early maturing forage sorghum, positioned to suit the shorter growing season conditions in the Northern US. Great for those looking for a single-chop harvest with source of starch. Harvest 82-85 days after emergence.
     AF 7201 BMR: This is a short-statured, 90-95 day BMR forage sorghum. Performs well under dryland conditions with excellent heat and stress tolerance. Harvest 90-95 days after emergence.
     AF 7301 BMR: Male sterile hybrid, will not produce grain unless a foreign pollen source is available. High levels of sugar and protein do to lack of grain development. Double crop after wheat or oats and harvest 95-105 days after emergence.
     AF 7401 BMR: This full season hybrid will enhance productivity, and efficiency. This is a compact, leafy and prolific plant. This plant will yield with taller sorghums due to standability and tillering attributes. Excellent forage quality and high-yielding feedstock. Harvest 110-115 days after emergence
     HP 99 BMR

- Sorghum/Sudan (Hay & Graze)
     AS 6201 BMR: This medium-early season Sorghum-Sudangrass has shown to have an 18.9% average increase in feed value compared to conventional forages. It has great drought tolerance, and re-growth for multiple cuts. Great Forage quality potential ratings, along with recovery after cutting.
     AS 6401 BMR: This medium-late season Sorghum-Sudangrass extends the harvest window and allows it to be used where photoperiod sensitive hybrids are not effective. Will bloom at approximately 65 days. Product has better re-growth in wet or humid conditions.
     AS 6402 BMR: This is a late maturing Sorghum-Sudangrass with excellent standability and re-growth. Works well on dryland, and will reach boot stage at 70 days. This is a very compact, leafy and prolific plant. Will yield with taller plants due to standability and tillering attributes. Great forage qualities and a dependable high-yielding feedstock.
     AS 6501 BMR: This is a photoperiod sensitive sorghum-sudangrass with a n extended harvest window, excellent re-growth, and great drought tolerance.

- Sudangrass
     AS 9301 Medium Maturity sudangrass has high quality with fine stems and a quick re-growth. Drys down quick. Can be used in areas where putting up dry sudangrass hay is difficuilt.

- Grain Sorghum
     AG 1201: Early bronze grain sorghum, with excellent uniform, yield for maturity, and a strong drought tolerance. Works great on dryland. 60 days to mid bloom
     AG 1401: Medium-Early white grain sorghum with tan plant color. Good yield under stress, and a uniform short plant with good head exertion. Semi-open head type with 62 days to mid bloom.
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Organic

We offer a complete line of organic products. We offer corn from Prairie Hybrids out of Deer Creek, Illinois, and also carry oats, peas, wheat, barley, and turnips. Contact us for more product options.
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Cover Crops

Cover crops are grasses, legumes, or brassicas used to protect and improve soil conditions. They are usually killed off 2-4 weeks prior to planting the next crop, or by winterkill. They can increase organic matter, and help control early season weeds. Return on investment may not be noticeable in short-term, but can enhance your long-term goals
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Razorback: Wheat/Corn Rotation
Mix includes:
Oats: Deep root-mass, great companion crop
Forage Peas: Germinate quickly, add nitrogen to soil
Turnips: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Radishes: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Lentils: Good Nitrogen source, slower growing
Grasses: 45%
Brassicas: 40%
Legumes: 15%
Planting Rate: 30-50 LB/Acre

Hoosier: Corn Rotation
Mix includes:
Turnips: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Radishes: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Forage Pea: Germinate quickly, add nitrogen to soil
Lentils: Good Nitrogen source, slower growing
Ryegrass: Provide nitrogen, minimize compaction, good green cover
Grasses: 10%
Brassicas: 65%
Legumes: 25%
Planting Rate: 15-20 LB/Acre

Gamecock: Corn Rotation
Mix Includes:
Ryegrass: Provide nitrogen, minimize compaction, good green cover
Oats: Deep root-mass, great companion crop
Turnips: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Rapeseed: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Radish: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Austrian Pea: Nitrogen scavenger, good grazer/hay crop
Lentils: Good Nitrogen source, slower growing
Forage Pea: Germinate quickly, add nitrogen to soil
Rye: Soil protection, winter hardy, weed compression
Grasses: 65%
Brassicas: 25%
Legumes: 10%
Planting Rate: 20-35 LB/Acre

Haymaker: Corn Rotation
Mix Includes:
Winter Wheat: Soil protection, good forage
Oats: Deep root-mass, great companion crop
Triticale: Great forage
Austrian Pea: Nitrogen scavenger, good grazer/hay crop
Lentils: Good Nitrogen source, slower growing
Hairy Vetch: Good nitrogen source, may host SCN
Rye: Soil protection, winter hardy, weed compression
Grasses: 65%
Brassicas: 25%
Legumes: 10%
Planting Rate: 20-35 LB/Acre

Wildcat: Soybean Rotation
Mix Includes:
Oats: Deep root-mass, great companion crop
Winter Wheat: Soil protection, good forage
Rye: Soil protection, winter hardy, weed compression
Turnips: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Radish: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Lentils: Good Nitrogen source, slower growing
Grasses: 75%
Brassicas: 20%
Legumes: 5%
Planting Rate: 20-35 LB/Acre

Wolverine
Mix Includes:
Rye: Soil protection, winter hardy, weed compression
Radish: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Rape: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Grasses: 46%
Brassicas: 24%
Legumes: 30%

Raptor
Mix Includes:
Rye: Soil protection, winter hardy, weed compression
Turnip: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Radish: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Lentils: Good Nitrogen source, slower growing
Austrian Peas: Nitrogen scavenger, good grazer/hay crop
Grasses: 20%
Brassicas: 40%
Legumes: 40%

Hilltopper
Mix Includes:
Rye: Soil protection, winter hardy, weed compression
Rape: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Turnip: Reduce compaction, nutrient scavenger, help pest management
Lentils: Good Nitrogen source, slower growing
Grasses: 76%
Brassicas: 16%
Legumes: 8%
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CRP

Contact our office and ask for Flavia for price quotes and more information.
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Wildlife Food Plots

"Seed House Special" We offer this food plot mix as a creation of our own. This mix includes: Common alfalfa, medium red clover, alsike clover, yellow-blossom clover, berseem clover, chicory, kale, rapeseed, and turnips. This mix will bring the deer in early in the season, and hold them in late. Best planting dates are from April 15th-20th. This mix is also a perennial mix except for the turnips.
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