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locust

New Member
Howdy - I have some property near mt. Pleasant in the SE corner of the state, but I am coming from the Iowa City area this weekend. Anybody have some names of places where I can get some red or ladino clover inexpensively? I checked a few places out locally that want 25 bucks a bag for a special deer mixture(about 3.5 lbs), I am looking to find red/ladino and mix it myself to see how it will grow. I have heard red seed can be had for under 4 bucks a lb. I'm not a farmer so I don't know where all the co-ops are(if that is the way to go).

Thanks!.
 

Woody21

PMA Member
try the co-op in Tiffin, Iowa. Just NW of Iowa City along HYW 6. They have a great selection of seed at a reasonable price. Pm if you are interested in any other types of seed. I get some low germination% seeds (corn, soy beans, etc.)at a discount.....usualy free from a seed dealer in my neighborhood. I will give him a call and see what he has on hand.

Good Luck

Woody
 
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jdavis

Guest
ladino clover is more expensive than red clover. The ladino will not bring more deer in but it does have more protien. I only put ladino down every 2 or 3 years but I do cast red clover every year. Just a thought.
 
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