Frost Seeding Food Plots, Mizzou Whitetails 2014.

high ridge

river plot

jake and seed

dick's plot

There aren’t many things that you can spend money on that will give you a better hunting experience than the food plot.  But don’t half ass the process or you’ll be a sad one come late season.  Trust me…done done it.  Matter of fact, we have had a rough go with food plots over the past several years…weather and life has seemed to get in the way.  So this year we are gonna get after it.

After all the backandforths with @danbyers11 and Scott…errrrm, @BoneYardSeed ( http://www.boneyardseed.com/ ) we finally nailed down our 2014 food plot lineup.  Gonna have a pretty good mix of standing corn and beans along with clover, turnips, alfalfa and a little oats and peas on the side…around 45 acres when all is said and done.  Yep, that’s a lot and we are going to come outta the chute with a little clover frost seeding. Hopefully, the frost seeding will allow enough time for the clover to mature enough to be an early season hot spot along with peas/oats combo.

By the way, if you are going to buy seed this year then you should consider giving Scott with @BoneYardSeed and shout.  You will be glad you did.

If you have never frost seeded, you might wanna.  It is very effective and can save you some fuel and equipment costs…plus it is provides an excellent reason for Wifey as to why I need to be in Mizzou in March.  Bless her heart…Anyways, here is link to a bit more about frost seeding.  http://www.qdma.com/articles/how-to-frost-seed-food-plots

That’s it for now.

Lance

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