Fall Mix
Cover Crop Seed
$6.00

This wonderful blend will help with nitrogen fixation, adding organic matter and weed suppression.

$7.00

Winter annual protects and improves soil! A good nitrogen fixer (70-150 lbs per acre per year).

$5.00

Winter Wheat is sown in late summer for erosion control and tilled under in early spring to add organic matter.

$9.00

A living mulch of permanent cover. Spreads by stolons. Grow low so takes close mowing and grazing.

$5.00

Great for cover crops, wildlife and winter grazing!

Common
Alfalfa
$8.00

Somewhat winter hardy, but grows more quickly than regular alfalfa. Alfalfa has so many potential uses in the garden and on the farm.

Knuckle Purple Hull
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Tends to stay off the ground and cluster making for easy picking. Referred to as a “Knuckle Hull” because of the big, plump peas.

Winter Rye
Grains
$5.00

Captures soil nutrients in the fall to release in spring when worked into the soil.

$5.00

Mandan Wildrye Grass is a fast growing, cool-season, perennial bunch-grass. It can be planted early or late fall, but for best results, Mandan Wildrye should be planted in the spring.

Spring Mix
Cover Crop Seed
$6.00

A multipurpose cover crop blend that is sowed in spring! A cover crop blend is great for nitrogen fixation, adding organic matter and weed suppression.

Hairy Vetch
Legumes
$7.00

Typical nitrogen produced is 100 lbs. per acre. Hairy Vetch has rapid growth that makes it a good weed suppressant.

$5.00

Improves top soil and an effective choke weed!

$7.00

Medium Red Clover is fast to establish and can be grown in most soil types. Works well for hay or silage.

$5.00

A very fast grower that is a great cover crop.

Sweet Clover
Legumes
$7.00

Sweet clover can grow nearly anywhere under most conditions. Our favorite clover because it is more versatile than other clovers at nitrogen fixating, erosion control and attracting beneficial insects.

$6.00

A great ratio of grass and legume cover crop for fixing nitrogen, winter cover, weed suppression and more.

$6.00

Jackhammer radish is a fast growing daikon radish that is a great scavenger. Starts germinating immediately and very easy to grow. Winter kills and turns into great biomass.

$7.00

Mammoth Red is a popular biennial clover used for Nitrogen addition and hay crops. Large plant with big leaves makes it an ideal grazing crop.

$5.00

Widely adapted variety of barley! High yielding, good standing six-rowed barley.

Elbon Rye
Grains
$5.00

Captures soil nutrients in the fall to release in spring when worked into the soil.

Texas Cream
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Texas Cream is very similary to ‘Sadandy’ but the peas are slightly larger. The bush-type plants are prolific and thrive in hotter, Southern weather.

$2.00

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

$5.00

Dwarf Essex Rape is a perfect grazer plant that will persist well after the first frost. Ready to pasture 6-8 weeks after sowing.

Sunn Hemp
Legumes
$8.00

Sunn Hemp is a fast-growing legume that produces significant quantities of biomass and fixes nitrogen into the soil witha short rotation of 60 days under optimum conditions.

Big Boy Purplehull
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Light tan in color, oblong shape, good garden variety.

$6.00

High concentrations of protein, sugar content and leaf yields.

Jerry Oats
Grains
$5.00

Oats will kill off winter weeds and hold soil with a mat of vegetation!

$2.00

Dimpled Brown Crowder Cowpea is a prolific yielder with pods that contain 12-15 peas, closely bunched together.

Common Flax
Brassicas
$6.00

Flax is a cool season annual with short taproots!

Black Crowder
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

A high yielding variety of long pods.

Pinkeye Purple Hull
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Hulls are purple, cowpeas are green with pinkeyes when freshly picked turning cream with dark maroon when dry.

Iron and Clay
Cowpea Seeds
$6.00

Great cover crop for smothering weeds and adding Nitrogen to soil. Iron and Clay cowpeas are grown just like soybeans. A fast growing plant that can reach 3′.

Pearl Millet
Grasses
$5.00

Pearl Millet is a very tall grass that can reach 15 feet. Perfect used for hay, pasture, and silage for feeding livestock.

Forage Chicory
Broadleaf
$13.00

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

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.

Quickpick Pinkeye
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

A bush southern pea with early maturity and good disease resistance.

$2.00

This pea plant is high yielding, vigorous and easy to grow.

$5.00

Produces heavy amounts of organic matter and suppresses weeds. Piper Sudan grass is a great catch crop for excess nitrogen.

$6.00

Wildlife Sunflower is a special attractant to upland game birds as fall and winter feed.

Elite
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Elite is a bush type cream southern pea that produces heavy yields of 7″ pods. Peas are delicious and easy to shell.

$5.00

The best choice for fast, cool-season germination. Captures soil nutrients in the fall to release in spring when worked into the soil.

Indiangrass
Grass Seed
$5.00

Indiangrass is a warm-season bunchgrass that is native to central and eastern North America.

Sadandy
Cowpea Seeds
$2.00

Sadandy is very similary to ‘Texas Cream’ but the peas are slightly smaller. The bush-type plants are prolific and thrive in hotter, Southern weather.

$5.00

Packer forage pea is a cool-season, annual legume with good, nitrogen-fixing capabilities.

$5.00

Secada forage pea is highly palatable, self-climbing, with high dry matter yields.

$5.00

Produces heavy amounts of organic matter and suppresses weeds. Piper Sudan grass is a great catch crop for excess nitrogen.

$5.00

Sideoats Grama is a warm-season bunchgrass that is native throughout much of North America.

$8.00

Ladino clover has a high nutritive value and palatability make it a popular choice in pasture mixtures.