• Kanati Final Feast

    Final Feast is a great brassica’s mix that will provide maximum tonnage for cold weather fall food plots. This mix is made up of species that will provide maximum attraction after first frost and all winter long. This blend can be planted as a stand alone, mixed with Autumn Greens and/or broadcast or drilled into beans and early planted date plots for greater diversity.

    Net Weight: 4 lb. bag | 1/2 acre

    8 lbs/acre drilled or broadcast

  • Kanati Autumn Greens

    This mix is designed to give maximum greens in the fall. These plants have great attraction throughout early to late fall and are easy to grow.

    Net Weight: 50 lb. bag | 1/2 acre

  • Kanati Keep Them Clover and Alfalfa

    Kanati Keep Them Clover and Alfalfa is a premium mix of all season clovers, alfalfa and chicory. This food plot really thrives by being an all season food source that will provide perennial forage that will be there from spring green up to deer digging in the snow.

    Net Weight: 5 lb. bag | 1/2 acre

    10 lbs/acre drilled or broadcast

  • MN CP42 Pollinator & Honey Bee Habitat

    To attract pollinators, an area must have adequate sources of food, shelter and nesting sites. A variety of wildflowers and grasses will provide pollinators with food (nectar, pollen, and /or larval host plants). A minimum of nine species of pollinator friendly native forbs. Slightly different species for pollinator mix
  • MN CP25 Premium

    Provide habitat for rare and declining wildlife species by restoring, conserving and increasing the diversity of tallgrass prairie native plant communities.
  • Primal Corn

    Glyphosate tolerant corn allows you to easily establish a successful food plot, while controlling weeds. Primal Corn will serve as a source of high energy and nutrition for a variety of wildlife because of its high levels of protein, fat and other micronutrients. 76 day Maturity Seeding Rate: ≈ 30,000 seeds/acre (20 lbs/acre) 80,000 seeds/bag ≈ 2.5 acres/bag and weighs 47.2 lbs
  • Kanati Low Moisture Grain Mix

    This mix has been designed to produce grain for deer and wildlife while being more drought tolerant or in soils prone to lower moisture levels. This mix also creates structure to help deer feel more comfortable feeding in during daylight hours.

  • Kanati Confidence Screen

    Kanati Confidence Screen is a species blend that will grow tall and will give you a visual block bordering food plots and travel routes. These plants will grow 8’-12’ tall within 70-100 days. The mix is made up of different height plants for maximum durability against wind and snow. We love using Confidence screen to make our deer feel more comfortable and also to allow us to enter and exit stand sights undetected. Maturity date from planting: 70-100 days

  • Primal Pheasant Feast

    Pheasant Pheast is desired by upland game birds because it provides them with daily energy and a protective structure for survival. Its seed will become sweeter in taste as the plant matures. Seeding Rate: 8 lbs/acre drilled | 12 lbs/acre broadcast 50 lb. bag
  • Primal Final Flush


    Primal Final Flush

    Final Flush is an intelligent blend that provides a diverse, yearlong food source necessary for chick and adult pheasant survival. It also provides excellent winter habitat and hunting cover. Seeding Rate: 20 lbs/acre drilled or broadcast Available in: 20 lb bag, 50 lb bag
  • Primal Double Barrel Blend

    Double Barrel provides benefits of both Longtail Delight™ (White Milo) and Pheasant Pheast™ (Red Milo) in one package. Seeding Rate: 8 lbs/acre drilled | 12 lbs/acre broadcast 50 lb. bag
  • Primal Soybeans

    Primal Soybeans will provide a high-quality food source for deer throughout the year. This mix of forage-type soybeans has excellent standability to combat harsh Midwest winters and are shatter resistant, retaining grain for deer to forage on. Glyphosate tolerant soybeans are ideal for reducing weed pressure in a rotation or establishing a new food plot. Seeding Rate: 50 lbs/acre drilled or broadcast 50 lb. bag


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