Pennington Wildlife

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17 products found
  • Iron and Clay Peas

    Iron and clay cowpeas are perhaps the most popular peas for wildlife enthusiasts planting warm season plots for deer. It is extremely high yielding, high in protein and productive throughout the summer.

  • Red Clover

    Red clover is a high quality, productive and palatable cool-season forage for deer and other wildlife species. It can last multiple years in the Upper South and more northern areas of the U.S., but tends to be more annualized in the Deep South.

  • Soybeans

    Soybeans are very attractive to deer from the onset of emergence. They are so preferred that most small acreage plantings will be killed quickly by deer grazing pressure.

  • Wild Game Food (WGF) Sorghum

    This sorghum makes excellent seed for all game birds, including quail, turkey, pheasants, doves and ducks. Deer will also feed heavily on the grain in fall and winter.

  • Durana White Clover Wildlife

    Durana is the premier white clover on the market for whitetail deer management. It is a Perennial legume that withstands heavy grazing pressure, tolerates acid soils and competes aggressively with weeds and grasses as commonly seen in food plot situations. It is nutrient dense with protein levels of 25% or more. With favorable weather and proper management, Durana can persist 3-5 years or longer. Its persistence, productivity and high preference by deer, turkey and other wildlife species make it a hunter favorite. Available in 5 lb. or 25 lb. bags.

  • Black Sunflower (Peredovik Type)

    The seed makes excellent feed for all game birds, especially doves. The plants are highly preferred by deer when they are young and still growing.

  • Buckwheat

    Buckwheat is extremely early maturing with seed yields as fast as 7-10 weeks after emergence. Well suited to almost any soil type, the plant is attractive to deer and provides excellent summer forage.

  • Chufas

    This annual nutsedge will mature in about 100 days, producing underground nuts or tubers that turkey, deer, ducks and hogs cannot resist.