The green leafy browse combined with turnip tops created in a Tundra Trail plot will stop any deer in its tracks. With one look bucks and does on your property will want nothing more than to hang out in this plot and eat it all up.
Protein is a critical component in any animal’s diet and deer are no exception. Building a high protein plot with Tundra Trail will help your herd grow to its full potential.
A mix of solid root vegetables and highly palatable greens creates a huge amount of food without a ton of space. Use Tundra Trail to stock your plots to the fullest and keep your deer full!
Highly visible and loaded in protein, Purple Top Turnips are a key component of what makes the Locked In blend great. These turnips are unaffected by light frosts and even improved as they become sweeter after a freeze turning them into deer candy.
Another high protein offering that also contains a healthy supply of Vitamin C to help keep bucks energized during the rut and through the winter.
A cross between a turnip and kale, this brassica provides a deep taproot tolerant of dry conditions. With high growth potential, Winfred Brassica can create a large amount of forage with the potential to last well into the winter.
A nutritious broadleaf crop with a deep taproot with high tolerance to acidic soil, moderate droughts, and weed competition. This perennial provides a high level of protein year after year.
Highly attractive to deer and capable of persisting for multiple years white clover is a great pairing with the chicory also included in this blend. Another excellent source of protein provides needed nutrition for growing bucks and does.
Fast-growing and resilient ryegrass will get your plot up and running in no time. Ryegrass will give the rest of the blend time to get started while still providing an opportunity for your deer to start grazing and making your plot a regular stop.