Beast Feast is a blend of sugar beets, clover, brassica, and turnips - the perfect combination for a deer food plot. This hearty blend of nutritious ingredients ensures deer stay healthy and strong, providing an excellent source of energy and nutrition.
Sugar beets are a good addition to your food plot; not a single source food plot. Sugar Beets grow well mixed in with many other food plot selections. Sugar beets provide plenty of energy to deer in the fall (Sugar Beet root are 25 to 30% fructose or sugar). The energy is converted to fat stores in the body of the deer.
Brassica (Hunter) is a cross between turnip and rape. With its unique genetics, it is one of the fastest growing forage brassicas. In as little as 55 days after planting, Hunter forage brassica can be ready for grazing. With its rapid forage regrowth, livestock producers can get up to four grazing periods on this leafy, non-bulbing, turnip hybrid. Hunter forage brassica provides great forage for whitetail deer and can be planted alone or in a mix for high yielding food plots.
Rapeseed is a robust, leafy annual brassica. It has a deep, branched root system that is excellent for reducing soil compaction. Rapeseed is used as a cover crop and annual forage, and can be grazed by livestock during the summer, fall, or winter. It provides good soil cover in the winter months, prevents soil erosion, suppresses weeds and improves soil tilth.
Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover is a biennial clover is most noted for its nitrogen fixing ability and efficiency as a soil builder. It does not grow well in soils that are poorly drained. In general it is not used as forage for livestock as it is coarse and unpalatable. When plowed under at maturity, this clover can add 80-100 lbs. of nitrogen/acre plus organic matter. Beneficial to bees and other pollinators.
Purple Top Turnip a brassica family plant that deer love to consume. This nutritious turnip has the characteristic of growing with the globe exposed so deer have easy access to the entire plant in food plots. The plant and roots are nutritious and protein filled, readily consumed by deer. Fast-growing, high yielding and well adapted for seeding into existing food plots with little tillage or seeding into a prepared seedbed. Turnips are a cool-weather crop and well adapted for the northern climate. The most vigorous root growth takes place during periods of low temperatures and they will reach maturity in about 55 days. Soil temperatures should be at least 50° for germination.