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Houston area food plot seed? #7962771 09/06/20 12:49 AM
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I am looking for a greater Houston area supplier for food plot blend for my lease in east Texas.......suggestions?

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Originally Posted by boxerdog
I am looking for a greater Houston area supplier for food plot blend for my lease in east Texas.......suggestions?


Are you looking for a specific blend offered by a seed company or do you intend to create your own?


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99.99% sure any feed and farm store sells plot blends or just plain oats in this area. Walkers feed in Willis sells 50 pound bag of oats for i think $9... i can't remember.... scratch


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A blend.....I would love to buy from east Texas seed company in Tyler it’s just a long driv

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Long drive or not, I would suggest doing business with a feed store in the area where you hunt in East Texas. I've never been to a feed store in East Texas that didn't have many types of seed for planting food plots. But it's definitely that time of the year when you need to call ahead to see what they have in stock or when they're expecting their next shipment.

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