Livestock Feed & Fodder Seed
for the small scale producer

Along with providing sustenance for the table, the seeds included in this category have been historically grown as feed and fodder for your livestock. In addition to this list, root crops, cowpeas (Southern peas), soybeans, and corn can be used to feed animals.
Products (Total Items: 13)
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Bloody Butcher Dent Corn
The kernels are striped red or dark red on pink to red cobs.
$3.25
Boone County White Dent Corn
Large (10-12-inch) ears with 18-24 rows of pure white kernels.
$2.75
Connecticut Field Pumpkin
Large, 15-20 pound globes that are flattened on the ends. Heirloom.
$2.25
Vetch, Common
Great soil improving cover crop and nutritious fodder for livestock.
$2.25
Red Mammoth Fodder Beet<br><b>SOLD OUT</b>
Oval to spindle-shaped roots can reach 20-25 pounds.
$2.25
Austrian Winter Pea
Used for overwintering, soil improvement purposes, fodder, an dgreen manure.
$2.25
Vetch, Hairy
Great soil improving cover crop and nutritious fodder for livestock.
$2.25
Ryegrass, Annual
Great soil improving cover crop and nutritious fodder for livestock.
$2.25
Laredo Soybean<br><b>SOLD OUT</b>
Primarily grown as forage for game animals, hay for livestock, or as a summer cover crop.
$3.25
Japanese Millet
Grown for both animal and human consumption, it reaches one to five feet tall.
$2.25
Browntop Millet
Very fast growing, commonly planted to attract wild game birds, and used as a warm season cover crop, fodder crop, and for erosion control.
$2.25
German Foxtail Millet
A fine-stemmed summer annual whose small white seeds are attractive to birds, including chickens.
$2.25
'White' Proso Millet
Grown for both animal and human consumption, it reaches about fifty-inches tall.
$2.25
 
 
 

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