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Hancock Farm & Seed Company
18724 Hancock Farm Rd.
Dade City, FL 33523

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Hancock Farm and Seed Company is a family owned, state licensed, wholesale distributor of all types of grass seed for residential, commercial and agricultural use. We have been a grower, harvester, processor and distributor of many different types of wildlife food plot seeds in the state of Florida for the past thirty years. In the case that you or your business would need any type of seed for any type of application please allow our company to offer wholesale pricing direct from the producer.

Japanese Millet Seed - Japanese Millet Seed is commonly used for feeding ducks as this millet will grow in flooded soils or standing water. Japanese millet duck food plots should be planted before the rainy season allowing the plant to sprout and begin growing before the standing water comes in. This millet can handle standing water if the young plant doesn't become completely submerged. Japanese millet is most successful when planted on prepared soil, although Japanese millet will germinate and grow just about anywhere. For Duck food plots, plant the Japanese millet early in the summer (June-July)...
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Japanese Millet Seed - Japanese Millet Seed is commonly used for feeding ducks as this millet will grow in flooded soils or standing water. Japanese millet duck food plots should be planted before the rainy season allowing the plant to sprout and begin growing before the standing water comes in. This millet can handle standing water if the young plant doesn't become completely submerged. Japanese millet is most successful when planted on prepared soil, although Japanese millet will germinate and grow just about anywhere. For Duck food plots, plant the Japanese millet early in the summer (June-July)...
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Buck Forage Oats - Buck Forage Oats are extremely winter hardy, drought resistant, and designed to provide more tender growth in your food plot for as long as possible. Buck Forage Oats are great for deer, turkey, rabbit and other wildlife. Buck Forage oats should be planted on well prepared soil for best results. Seed Rate: 75-100 lbs. per acre Seed Depth: 1/2-1 inch pH: 5.5-7 Planting Time: Fall-Spring Fertilizer: 250-450 lbs per acre For orders over 250 lbs. please use our eQuote system for DISCOUNTS!
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Brown Top Millet Seed - Browntop Millet is a warm season annual seed crop. Browntop Millet performs or grows best in well drained soils. Browntop Millet seed is a great choice for dove fields, duck plots, quail, turkey, pheasant, deer, food plots and exotic bird feed. Browntop millet can sprout within five days of moisture. Browntop is also used as a cover crop or nurse grass for permanent or perennial grass plantings. When planting Browntop millet as a nurse crop or grass be sure NOT to plant more than 5-10 pounds per acre. If it is planted to...
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Brown Top Millet Seed - Browntop Millet is a warm season annual seed crop. Browntop Millet performs or grows best in well drained soils. Browntop Millet seed is a great choice for dove fields, duck plots, quail, turkey, pheasant, deer, food plots and exotic bird feed. Browntop millet can sprout within five days of moisture. Browntop is also used as a cover crop or nurse grass for permanent or perennial grass plantings. When planting Browntop millet as a nurse crop or grass be sure NOT to plant more than 5-10 pounds per acre. If it is planted to heavy it...
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Golden German Millet Seed - Golden German Millet is a variety of Foxtail millet released by Colorado State in 1969. Golden German Millet is commonly used a drought tolerant cattle feed planted into wheat stubble. It has been used for swath grazing in Colorado since 1998. Golden German Millet is also used for food plots, dove fields, erosion control and exotic bird feed. Planting Rate: 10-15 lbs. per acre Planting Depth: 1/4-1/2 inch Planting Time: After last chance of frost Life Span: 80-100 days
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Aeschynomene Seed (American Joint Vetch) - Aeschynomene is a warm season legume also known as "Joint-Vetch" or "Deer-Vetch." Aeschynomene is a high protein ingredient for Spring, Summer, and Fall food plots for wildlife. The plants can reach between 3 and 6 feet in height at maturity. Aeschynomene grows much better in low bottom areas where the moisture is commonly found. Aeschynomene is considered one the easiest to establish and highest protein ingredients for all wildlife food plots. Seeding Rates: 10-15 lbs per acre. Planting Time: April-August Fertilize: 0-12-12 250 lbs. per acre. Lime: 400 lbs. per acre pH: 5.5 - 6.5 *Don't forget the inoculant! -...
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Aeschynomene Seed (American Joint Vetch) - Aeschynomene is a warm season legume also known as "Joint-Vetch" or "Deer-Vetch." Aeschynomene is a high protein ingredient for Spring, Summer, and Fall food plots for wildlife. The plants can reach between 3 and 6 feet in height at maturity. Aeschynomene grows much better in low bottom areas where the moisture is commonly found. Aeschynomene is considered one the easiest to establish and highest protein ingredients for all wildlife food plots. Seeding Rates: 10-15 lbs per acre. Planting Time: April-August Fertilize: 0-12-12 250 lbs. per acre. Lime: 400 lbs. per acre pH: 5.5 - 6.5 *Don't forget the inoculant! -...
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Aeschynomene Seed (American Joint Vetch) - Aeschynomene is a warm season legume also known as "Joint-Vetch" or "Deer-Vetch." Aeschynomene is a high protein ingredient for Spring, Summer, and Fall food plots for wildlife. The plants can reach between 3 and 6 feet in height at maturity. Aeschynomene grows much better in low bottom areas where the moisture is commonly found. Aeschynomene is considered one the easiest to establish and highest protein ingredients for all wildlife food plots. Seeding Rates: 10-15 lbs per acre. Planting Time: April-August Fertilize: 0-12-12 250 lbs. per acre. Lime: 400 lbs. per acre pH: 5.5 - 6.5 *Don't forget the inoculant! -...
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Aeschynomene Seed (American Joint Vetch) - Aeschynomene is a warm season legume also known as "Joint-Vetch" or "Deer-Vetch." Aeschynomene is a high protein ingredient for Spring, Summer, and Fall food plots for wildlife. The plants can reach between 3 and 6 feet in height at maturity. Aeschynomene grows much better in low bottom areas where the moisture is commonly found. Aeschynomene is considered one the easiest to establish and highest protein ingredients for all wildlife food plots. Seeding Rates: 10-15 lbs per acre. Planting Time: April-August Fertilize: 0-12-12 250 lbs. per acre. Lime: 400 lbs. per acre pH: 5.5 - 6.5 *Don't forget the inoculant! -...
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German Foxtail Millet seed – Golden German Foxtail Millet is most commonly used for exotic bird feed, dove fields, livestock forage and food plots for deer, turkey, quail, dove and other wildlife. Golden German Foxtail Millet is commonly referred to as "German Millet". German or foxtail millet is an annual warm season grass that matures quickly in the hot summer months. It is one of the oldest of cultivated crops. Although German millet has a fairly low water requirement, it doesn't recover easily after a drought because of its shallow root system. Grain formation requires 75 to 90 days. German millet...
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Florida 501 Oats Seed - Florida 501 Oats are a great source of fall and winter forage for cattle, horses, goats, sheep and food plots for deer. Oats are a nutritious and palatable forage used for cattle feed stock, hay production, horses and dairy milk production. Florida 501 History: Florida 501 was released in 1968 by the North Florida Experimental Station in Quincy. This oat variety matures early and is best adapted to the Coastal Plains. It is resistant to Victoria blight, moderately resistant to soil-borne mosaic and exhibits some tolerance to barley yellow dwarf virus. Florida 501 is susceptible...
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