Fall is coming and we have everything you need to get you ready for deer season. Give us a call and let us help you plan how to best plant food plot seeds on your land this season. Pennington Wildlife Mixes are expected to arrive at all of our store locations by August 15th. We are expected to have the Pennington Rackmaster Deluxe as well as the Pennington Georgia Giant mix which is formulated especially for this area. We also have a 3-way mix of wheat, rye, and oats. We also carry large quantities of wheat, rye, oats, clover, turnips, radishes, Buck Forage Oats, and more!
Pennington Rackmaster Deluxe
Pennington’s RACKMASTER Fall Deluxe Deer Mixture is a combination of winter annual grasses, legumes and Brassica species that attract deer and provide the carbohydrates needed to help the deer herd build up stored fat to maintain good body condition through the rut and winter stress period. This premium seed mixture supply the high protein and energy deer need during the winter season. This combination of ingredients ensures that a nutrient dense food source is available for 6 or more months throughout winter and into early spring. RACKMASTER Fall Deluxe Mixture also provides excellent habitat for quail and turkey. It features RapidResults seed germination enhancement technology which promotes quicker emergence and stronger, deeper root growth. The result is a hardier and more productive food plot that will attract and hold wildlife in the area longer.
Premium Seed Mixture Includes:
- Austrian Winter Peas
- Crimson Clover
To furnish the proper nutrition needed by deer to maintain body condition and good health throughout the late fall and winter months and on into the spring fawning period. It’s also to attract and hold deer in the area throughout the hunting season and provide food and cover for other wildlife species including turkey and quail.
Pennington Georgia Giant
- Winter Peas
- Trophy Radish
- Crimson Clover
To attract and provide nutrition and habitat for deer, quail, and turkey and attract and hold deer in the area throughout the hunting season. It’s also to provide a highly palatable source of energy during the colder months following the rut and furnish high-quality nutrition for post-rut bucks, pregnant does and does nursing fawns.