Customer Submitted Photos
This 10 pointer's picture was taken on a customers trail camera as he was foraging in our Wildlife Forage Feast Mixture.
A customer sent us this picture of Austrian Winter Peas taken in Spring of 2010 at 39 inches in height. The peas were purchased and planted in the Fall of 2009.
Heres another trail camera picture sent to us from a customer who planted our Wildlife Big Buck Clover Mix. As you can see the deer are activly grazing on the various clovers in the mixture.
This Buck's picture was taken later in the season on a customers trail camera and shows a nice healthy buck moving into a Wildlife Mixture food plot for some late night foraging.
A customer sent in this picture of a putting green in his backyard which was installed using T-1 Bentgrass.
A customer sent us this picture of her horse Hank laying in a pasture established using Kentucky Horse Pasture Mixture
A customer sent this photo taken by his trail camera of a beautiful buck standing in the cover provided by Big Buck Clover Mix.
A customer sent in this photo along with this description:
I have a ¼ acre clearing in a wooded area. My wife has two horses and we spread out the muck in this area. Last April I planted (by hand throwing) forage turnips, rape, and forage oats, but during the following four months I throw out a handful of turnip seeds every few weeks. Photo is last July when oats had gone to seed, and the area with oats was quickly taken over with turnips. When the oats went to seed there was an explosion of birds on the ground
By October, the horse-stall muck is completely broken down. Year round, the spot is loaded with deer and rabbits. A red fox family made the area a routine part of their daily hunting, the soft muck made the mice and voles easy to get though the fox kits seemed more interested in chasing each other. All winter, the deer and rabbits were going after the old turnips by digging through the new muck that I was spreading down.
By using a wooded (and partial shade area), the deer and rabbits had adjacent sanctuary and came out any time during the day. We made a beneficial reuse of the horse-stall muck and now have a year-long wildlife show – even at noontime.
The monster buck in the video above is seen actively grazing on our Big Buck Clover Mix . The video was captured on a customers trail camera who decided to set it up on the Clover plot to see what was foraging on his clover plot and it is safe to say he was very pleased with the results.
If you have any photos of Preferred Seed products that you have used, feel free to send them to Chris@preferredseed.com. Make sure to include a brief description of the photo and we will be sure to post it here on our photo page.