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MONSTERBUCK

Food Plot Seed

Keeps em Coming Back

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Pasture Mix
Most popular MONSTERBUCK MIX!!
Contains canola, turnips and chicory with
four types of proven perennial clovers and
alfalfa.
Planting Schedule: April through June or
August.
Seed this mix in Oct. for frost seeding.

Grazing Mix

This is the original seed mix developed to


recover abandoned trails and
logging roads.
This mix will establish plants in a broad
range of soil types, with varying growing
conditions.
Grazing mix consists of 60% clovers, 10%
canola, 20% alfalfa and
10% timothy.
Provides a natural grazing pattern for
wildlife.
Planting Schedule: April through June or
August.

Northern Premium
Proven to grow very well in the northern areas of the Midwest.
Attracts all types of wildlife to your area.
Includes canola, chicory, and four types of
clovers.
Planting Schedule: April through June or
August.
Available in 7 lb jug and 20 lb bag.

What is amazing about this northern mix is that I bought it a year ago and planted it this spring on a newly
excavated flat of rocky clay soil. I threw on some lime and scratched in the seed and crossed my fingers to
see how it would take. Wow, what a productive food plot!!!! I cant believe how well it took especially with a dry
summer. Donald S. (Wellsboro, PA)

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Clover Treat Blend


Five different types of clover. Medium red,
alsike, yellow blossom sweet clover, and
ladino.
Deer will enjoy it for years and all these
clovers are perennials.
Tolerant to low pH levels, adaptable to many
soil types.
Planting Schedule: April through June or
August.
Available in 7 1/2 lb jug or 20 lb bag.
MonsterBucks Clover Treat

Brassica Mix
Works great for fall forage.
Try to plant a minimum of 4-6 weeks before
your average frost.
Seed at 30 lbs per acre.
70% Winter Rye, 15% Canola,
15% Turnips.
Planting Schedule: August-September.
Available in 20 lb bag.

Annual Forage Blend


A mixture of early maturing oats, canola
(rape), and turnips.
Since this mix consists entirely of annuals, it is
an excellent option for individuals who intend
to plant another crop right away the following
spring.
70% Forage Oats, 15% Canola,
15% Turnips.
Planting Schedule: July through
September.
Available in 20 lb bag.

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General Food Plot Planting Instructions


Step 1. Fertilize and lime as needed. You wont believe the difference fertilizing and liming
will make in both the attraction and production of your food plot. If the pH is lower than 5.8
(which it probably is if pines grow in the area) lime will greatly help. You can fertilize almost
anything and make it more attractive to deer, but if you fertilize a desirable food plot, the
difference can be astounding.
Step 2. Control competing weeds and grass. Weeds greatly reduce yield,
utilization and the life expectancy of perennial plots. Thorough disking before planting and/
or the use of roundup will do wonders. One application will kill most weeds and grasses.
Make a full coverage application being sure to thoroughly wet plant surfaces. For areas
where renovation and reseeding is desired, make a thorough coverage. Treated area
should begin to turn brown within 7 days, than reseed as desired.
Step 3. Prepare your seedbed well. Make sure it is thoroughly disked, clean, and level.
Good seed-to-soil contact when planting is imperative. The quality of your food plot will
reflect the quality of your farming effort. Think of the seedbed as the foundation on which
youre building your food plot house.
Step 4. Choose the right seed for your soils, climate and purpose. Decide what you want
your plot to accomplish and pick just the right thing for your job. Your food plot will be no
better than what you put in the ground.
Step 5. Time your planting for optimum success. You need to plant when the
temperature and moisture are right for your crop. Planting too late or too early can cost
production and maybe even the crop.
Step 6. Plant at the right depth. Big seeds like cereal grains can be planted an inch or
more deep. Small seeds like clovers and chicory, cant push through much soil and must
be planted a half an inch deep or less.
Step 7. Plant sufficient acreage for the deer you are feeding. If getting nutrition to the
deer is the goal, youve got to have good production and plenty of acreage. If your plot is
mowed down to the ground and looks like a golf course, you probably dont have enough
acreage in plots. You need visible standing crop to feed deer. Generally that will take
about 1 acre of plot for every 3 deer feeding on it.

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Gamebird Feast
Gamebird Feast consists of 50% grasses, 25%
clover and 25% alfalfa.
Works great for cover or grazing.
Formulated to attract pheasant, grouse, and turkey.
Will provide nesting and winter cover when
planted adjacent to existing winter cover.
Minimum field preparation and crop care required.
Planting Schedule: April through June or
August.
Available in 5 lb jug or 20 lb bag.

Gobbler Feast
Gobbler Feast consists of 30% grasses, 40%
legumes and 30% clovers.
This perennial mix is great for cover or
foraging.
Mix is designed to attract insects that turkeys will
feed on.
Plant next to wooded area with abundant
water to provide a complete environment.
Planting Schedule: April through June or
August.
Available in 5 lb jug and 20 lb bag.

Buckwheat
Great seed to plant with MonsterBuck
brassicas.
This seed is a summer annual and can be
used as a green manure crop.
Quickly killed by frost.
Is suitable to plant in any soil type.
Longevity: Annual.
Available in 5 lb or 50 lb bag.

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Sugar Beets



Ideal for wildlife food plots!


Deer love both the foliage and the roots.
Turns into candy for deer after first frost.
Grows well alone or as an additive with
other MonsterBuck mixes.
Grow best on soils with a pH of 6.0 to 8.0.
Performs best if seeded with a grain drill.
Available in 1 lb, 5 lb, 25 lb or 50 lb bags.

Sugar Beets right out of our MonsterBuck


demonstration plots.

Turnips
Turnips are both cold-hardy and droughttolerant.
Can be planted late, even as a second
crop, and provide high quality grazing late
in the fall.
Turnips planted in July will provide grazing
from September to November.
Foilage maintains nutritional quality after
repeated exposure to frost.
Longevity: Annual.
Available in 3 lb, 15 lb and 50 lb bags

Turnips from a satisfied customer

Forage Radish
Radishes are a type of brassica that
attract wildlife in certain areas.
May be seeded alone or top dressed with
the MonsterBuck mixes.
This brassica grows best in warmer
weather and light soil.
Use radishes as a cool season
attractant and can be planted in either late
spring or summer.
Tolerates a low pH.
Available in 1 lb, 5 lb or 50 lb bags.

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Canola (Rape)
Attracts all types of wildlife, even bears.
In late fall after the first deep freeze of
the year, a chemical reaction occurs
where all the starch in the plant turns to
sugar, making canola candy to the wildlife.
Canola is a major wildlife attractant.
Canola contains both high oil content as
well as high protein content.
Longevity: Annual.
Available in 3 lb, 15 lb or 50 lb bags.

Chicory
Excellent for antler growth.
Protein levels range from 10% to 32%
depending on growth stage and soil
fertility.
Seed alone or with MonsterBuck mixes.
Expect 3-5 years of sustained regrowth.
Longevity: Perennial.
Available in 1 lb, 5 lb, 15 lb or 50 lb
bags.

Alfalfa
Great for early or late season hunting!!
Alfalfa hay is highly palatable and
nutritious with very high digestible protein, mineral and vitamin contents.
Outstanding winter hardiness
characteristics.
Leafy, dark green, fine-stemmed.
High yield potential across wide variety of
soil types.
Longevity: Perennial.
Available in 3 lb, 15 lb or 50 lb bags.

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Wildlife Seed Corn

(Conventional & Glyphosate Tolerant)

Add corn to any of our food plots as a high energy food source.
For cool season nutrition.
Maturity will range from 75-100 days.
Plant 10 lbs/acre.
Conventional available in 10 lb and 20 lb bags.
Glyphosate available in 20K and 80K bags.
IMPORTANT! Glyphosate Tolerant seed corn
can be sprayed with glyphosate or round-up.
Conventional seed corn cannot be sprayed.

Alsike Clover
Great for early fall and an excellent
additive.
Its special merit is its adaptation to wet soils,
even tolerating some flooding. It is more
tolerant to both acid and alkaline soils than
other clovers.
White or pink flowers.
Valuable both for pasture and hay on soils
too wet or too acid for other
clovers.
Longevity: Perennial.
Available in 3 lb and 50 lb bags.

Ladino Clover
Seeds well with other MonsterBuck
clovers.
Great for early and mid fall.
Great for antler growth high in protein.
Ladino clover persists well in grazing
situations.
Longevity: Perennial.
Available in 3 lb, 15 lb or 50 lb bags.

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Medium Red Clover


Medium red clover is the most widely grown of
the true clovers.
The plants are highly nutritious and palatable
both as pasture and hay.
Superior wear tolerance and very high
recuperative ability.
Grows under a wide variety of soil conditions
from full sun to light shade.
Grows best between soil pH 6.0-7.0.
Good winter hardiness with fair drought
tolerance.
Is a cool season legume.
Available in 3 lb, 15 lb or 50 lb bags.

White Dutch Clover


Grows about four to eight inches high.
Provides nitrogen, eliminating the need to fertilize.
Stays green through droughty periods of summer.
Low growing and green through the summer
droughty period, it provides nitrogen for the
grasses in the lawn.
Tolerates low mowing well.
Available in 3 lb, 15 lb or 50 lb bags.
These are looking great! I am really impressed. We
havent had much rain. They were getting hammered
by the deer. Now the acorns are falling, so the deer are
on those. Perfect because they should be interested in
green plots again come season opener!
Jason H. (Michigan)
Pasture Mix

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Magic Mineral
Formulated by our own MonsterBuck
employees.
A deer mineral with the necessary
vitamins, salts and minerals to enhance
antler growth and provide a healthy diet.
Has a unique aroma proven to attract deer
through the entire year.
Available in 10 lb jug or 25 lb bag.

Soil Test Kit


Kit includes one soil sample bag,
instructions for soil sampling, soil
sample submittal form and pre-paid
envelope for shipping.
This certified soil test kit will test your
soil for pH, buffer pH, organic matter,
phosphorus and potassium values.
Results include lime/fertilizer
recommendations.

Peredovik Sunflower Seed

Birdsfoot Trefoil

Great for doves, quail, turkey, pheasant and all wild birds.
Grows 4 to 5 ft. tall with a small head
full of black seed.
Longevity: Annual.
Available in 5 lb and 50 lb bags.

Trefoil is in the legume family with similar characteristics to alfalfa.


The advantages of planting trefoil over
alfalfa is that trefoil will thrive in heavy
wet soils where alfalfa will not.
Available in 3 lb and 50 lb bags.

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MonsterBuck Seed Price Guide


Mix

Jug (plants 1/2 acre)

Bag - Plants 1-11/4 acre

Pasture
Northern Premium
Grazing
Clover Treat
Brassica
Annual Forage Blend
Game Bird Feast
Gobbler Feast

$35.95 / 6#
$35.95 / 7#
$35.95 / 7.5#
$35.95 / 7.5#
----------------------------$35.95 / 6#
$35.95 / 6#

$84.95 / 20#
$84.95 / 20#
$79.95 / 20#
$79.95 / 20#
$54.95 / 20#
$39.95 / 20#
$79.95 / 20#
$79.95 / 20#

Food Plot Seed

Price Per Bag

Puna Chicory
P.T. Turnips
Forage Radish
Canola (Rape)
Crimson Clover
Seed Corn (Con.)
Seed Corn (GT)
Sugar Beets
Alfalfa
Alsike Clover
Ladino Clover
Med. Red Clover
White Dutch Clover
Yellow Blossom Clover
Birdsfoot Trefoil
Peredovik Sunflowers
Buckwheat
Cow Peas

$11.99 / 1#
$13.99 / 3#
$9.99 / 1#
$10.99 / 3#
$10.99 / 3 #
$54.95 / 10 #
$74.95 / 20,000 ct
$9.99 / 1 #
$16.95 / 3 #
$11.99 / 3 #
$18.99 / 3 #
$14.99 / 3 #
$18.99 / 3 #
$9.99 / 3#
$39.95 / 3 #
$14.99 / 5 #
$13.99 / 5 #
$49.95 / 20#

$56.95 / 5 #
$64.95 / 15 #
$35.95 / 5 #
$49.95 / 15 #
$79.99 / 25#
$84.95 / 20 #
$259.00 / 80,000 ct
$44.95 / 5 #
$74.95 / 15 #
$89.95 / 15 #
$64.95/ 15 #
$89.95 / 15 #

$149.99 / 15 #
$149.95 / 50 #
$249.95 / 50 #
$129.95 / 50 #
$139.99 / 50 #
$199.95 / 25 #
$225.00 / 50 #
$189.00 / 50 #
$225.00 / 50 #
$149.00 / 50 #
$225.00 / 50 #
$149.99 / 50#
$89.95 / 50 #
$89.95 / 50 #

$99.95 / 50#

PRICES SUBJECT TO CHANGE!

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MonsterBuck Seeding Rates


Mix

Broadcasted

Drilled

Pasture
Northern Premium
Grazing
Lowland Cover
Brassica
Annual Forage Blend
Game Bird Feast
Gobbler Feast
Puna Chicory
P.T. Turnips
Forage Radish
Canola (Rape)
Crimson Clover
Seed Corn (Con.)
Seed Corn (GT)
Sugar Beets
Alfalfa
Alsike Clover
Ladino Clover
Med. Red Clover
White Dutch Clover
Birdsfoot Trefoil
Peredovik Sunflowers
Buckwheat

20-25 lbs/acre
20-25 lbs/acre
20-25 lbs/acre
20-25 lbs/acre
30 lbs/acre
30 lbs/acre
20-25 lbs/acre
20-25 lbs/acre
4-6 lbs/acre
8-12 lbs/acre
10-12 lbs/acre
8-10 lbs/acre
20-25 lbs/acre
20K-30K kernels/acre
20K-30K kernels/acre
8-10 lbs/acre
20-25 lbs/acre
20-25 lbs/acre
20-25 lbs/acre
20-25 lbs/acre
20-25 lbs/acre
20-25 lbs/acre
16-20 lbs/acre
70 lbs/acre

15-18 lbs/acre
15-18 lbs/acre
15-18 lbs/acre
15-18 lbs/acre
20 lbs/acre
20 lbs/acre
15-18 lbs/acre
15-18 lbs/acre
2-3 lbs/acre
4-6 lbs/acre
5-6 lbs/acre
4-5 lbs/acre
15-18 lbs/acre
20K-30K kernels/acre
20K-30K kernels/acre
3-4 lbs/acre
15-18 lbs/acre
15-18 lbs/acre
15-18 lbs/acre
15-18 lbs/acre
15-18 lbs/acre
15-18 lbs/acre
8-10 lbs/acre
55 lbs/acre

Watch our Instructional Videos







How to do a Soil Test


Seedbed Preparation
Planting & Seeding
Disking & Tilling
Cultipacking
Fall Food Plots

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Brag Wall
The pic of him alive is when he was in the
clover blend plot a week earlier. When we
bought the property there were no plots on it
at all, we are now at six and working on the
seventh totaling about eight acres. The number of deer, turkey, and bear frequenting the
property has skyrocketed!
Chris B. (Colfax, WI)

I hunt a small 5 acre lot surrounded by mature


hard woods and agricultural fields. I needed something to draw the deer onto and through my property. I have planted your pasture mix for the last 2
years and have not been disappointed. They have
now worn numerous trails through my postage
stamp to catch a quick (and apparently delicious)
bite while passing through. I have actually created
a nice staging area putting myself in a successful
situation to harvest one or more deer each season.
Shawn S. (Newton, IL)
Here is a food plot using your Pasture
Mix. It was planted on June 10, 2011.
This is day 37 of the planting. It was
hand seeded on the edge of a corn field
next to a bedding area. I get high quality
food plots
consistently year after year using your
seed. Thanks for the great
product.
Jerry S. (Rusk County, WI)
2011 MonsterBuck Photo Contest Winner

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Brag Wall (Cont.)


I have used Monsterbuck plot seed last
3 years with great results. Increased
herd staying on property along with
bigger,better bucks. Even with a late
planted plot results were awesome. One
evening of rut and one of my small plots
brought 33 deer (17 bucks) not to mention one of several shooters Ive been
looking for. This 15 point bruiser was the
last to step in the plot, for the last time.
Your turnips are the best I have planted.
Ohio deer love it (its like deer candy).
Brian S. (Plain City, OH)

Well we had plenty of opportunities.


Saw deer almost everyday, took three
bucks and no does. Heres a picture of
me and my friend with the biggest deer
of the season to date, still a little bow
season left. It is his biggest to date and
I couldnt be prouder that it came off
our land. Thanks for a great product.
Scott Z. (Lakemoor, IL)

Ive been doing this for 3 years now and


I never had so many deer and some are
monsters. Last winter you can see the
deer eating turnips with his head in the
snow. By spring there wasn't one turnip
left!
Terry G. (Mountville, PA)

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