I have always kept it pretty simple, Oats and wheat mix 60/40 and about every other year or two, I add more arrow leaf clover. One thing to watch with seed mixes is the varying seed size, this matters for planting depth.
I have tried everything from lablab, whitetail institute and many others and if you arent beside and alfalfa field, I havent seen much difference. I have had a 4-5 acre alfalfa field at one time, now that was the bomb, but oats kept young and tender will draw deer real good, wheat will as well, but not as well as tender oats imo. I plant wheat just to hedge my bets if I get a long hard freeze that takes out the oats.
$24 soil test thru Texas A&M, is an easy way to keep up with your soil needs and not blindly pour money in unneeded minerals/fertilizer.
If you plant hard seed like peas, clovers, using the proper inoculate bacteria will greatly increase germination and production as well.
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