Chicken Forage Seed

Chickens are natural foragers. Give them the means and they will hunt all day for greens, grass hoppers, worms, and grit. We have put together a selection of crops that chickens love to forage for in the pasture. Natural foraging will cut down on feed cost and produce higher quality eggs and meat!

$5.00

The Austrian Winter Pea, sometimes called black pea or field pea, is a great cool season legume for cover crops, wildlife and winter grazing!

$6.00

The Barkant Forage Turnip is an improved, early maturing, diploid turnip variety with a large purple tankard shaped bulb.

Big Boy Purplehull
Cowpea Seeds
$3.00

The Big Boy Purplehull is a high yielding, popular Southern cowpea that is great for home gardens as it is very prolific.

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$6.00

High Omega forage blend for free range chickens! Growing your own forage for your chickens is a cheap, easy, and highly nutritious way to feed your chickens.

Common Flax
Brassicas
$6.00

The Common Flax is a cool season annual broadleaf with small taproots and very small, narrow leaves that are less than an inch long.

Common
Alfalfa
$8.00

The Common Alfalfa is a somewhat winter hardy perennial legume, but it grows more quickly than other regular alfalfa varieties.

$7.00

The Crimson Clover is an attractive winter annual that can be planted fall or early spring and will protect and improve the soil.

$2.00

The Dimpled Brown Crowder is an excellent cowpea for canning, freezing or drying, it can also be used for Nitrogen Fixation.

$5.00

The Dwarf Essex Rape Brassicas is a cool season leafy, cabbage related plant that spreads well and is perfect for grazing!

Elite
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

The Elite cowpea is a bush type cream southern pea that produces heavy yields of 7" pods with cowpeas that are delicious and easy to shell.

Forage Chicory
Broadleaf
$13.00

Forage chicory has a long taproot that penetrates subsoils which makes it drought tolerant and allows it to make minerals more available to livestock.

Hairy Vetch
Legumes
$7.00

When sown late summer, the Hairy Vetch spring regrowth is vigorous and nitrogen-producing, for tilling in before planting spring garden crops.

Iron and Clay
Cowpea Seeds
$6.00

Iron and Clay cowpeas makes a great cover crop for smothering weeds and adding Nitrogen to soil during spring as the frost will kill the cowpeas.

$8.00

The Ladino Clover is the most popular white clover in the USA as it is two to four times as large as the common white clover!

$7.00

The Mammoth Red Clover is a large, fast growing clover that is an ideal grazing crop and can be sowed in spring, summer or fall!

$7.00

The Medium Red Clover is fast to establish and can be grown in most soil types as well as sowed in spring, summer or fall!

$5.00

The Packer Forage Pea, or Canadian field pea, is a cool-season legume that is used for cover crops, wildlife and winter grazing!

Sadandy
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

The Sadandy cowpea produces bush-type plants that are prolific and thrive in hotter, Southern weather and are great for fresh shelling.

$5.00

The Secada Forage Pea is a relatively new forage pea that has a wide range of uses such as forage, green manure, weed suppression and more!

Sweet Clover
Legumes
$7.00

The Sweet Clover is a legume that is exceptional for not only attracting honey bees to the garden, but also creating green manure!

Texas Cream
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

The Texas Cream cowpea is a heavy yielding Southern cowpea that is great for fresh shelling that thrives in hotter weather.

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Black Crowder
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

The Black Crowder cowpea is a high yielding variety of long green pods are easy to shell and deep purple cowpeas that turn black when dried.

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$2.00

The seeds are a typical blackeye type of Southern peas with cream-colored seed coats and black pigments around the eyes.

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$2.00

The California Blackeye #5 is a high yielding, vigorous and easy to grow cowpea plant that can be used green shell peas or dry like winter beans.

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Knuckle Purple Hull
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

The Knuckle Purple Hull cowpea is a bush type producing heavy yields of purple pods that tend to stay off the ground and cluster making for easy picking.

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Lady
Cowpea Seeds
$3.00

The Lady cowpea is the smallest and most tender Southern cowpea on the market and is a variety that is popular and hard to find.

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Mississippi Silver
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Does well in most climates. Pods average 6-7 ” long, and are silver colored, occasionally streaked with rose. Easy to grow and shell.

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Pinkeye Purple Hull
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Pinkeye Purple Hull cowpea is one of the most popular varieties preferred by Southerners and are great for drying and canning.

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Quickpick Pinkeye
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

The Elite cowpea is a bush type cream southern pea that produces heavy yields of 7" pods with cowpeas that are delicious and easy to shell.

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$9.00

The White Dutch Clover is a perennial clover variety that is a customer favorite for controlling erosion while protecting the soil!

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Zipper Cream
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Zipper Cream cowpeas are very easy to grow and are a tasty Southern favorite that produces large, creamy-white seeds that are easy to shell!