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Antler King Trophy Clover Mix, 3.5 lb.

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Antler King Trophy Clover Mix is a mixture of 4 perennial varieties of clover, a unique variety of chicory and a variety of rapeseed that is Antler King's hardiest and longest lasting perennial mix. If you are looking for a food plot to give the deer what they need, when they need it, this is it.

  • Hardy perennial can last over 6 years on a single planting
  • Can be planted in the spring or fall
  • Provides deer a 30%+ protein diet during the spring, summer and fall

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Specification Description
Animal Type: Deer
Package Size: 3.5 lb.
Brand: Antler King
Product Type: Food Plots
Manufacturer Part Number 35TCM
Antler King Trophy Clover Mix, 3.5 lb. is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 12.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Green I followed Antler King's recommendations for seed prep and discing etc and had great results with this product. Deer mowed it down and held them in the area.
Date published: 2018-07-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great clover mix! This mix produces lots of tonnage. Good blend of red and white clover. Chicory helps this blend persist over summer. My pasture has morphed into a food plot by simply frost seeding this mix two years in a row. Deer love it!
Date published: 2018-07-12
Rated 5 out of 5 by from the best period! The best clover mix hands down! Needs good sun and good ph and with minimal maintenance this clover plot can last you up to 4 or more years! My deer cannot stay off of it!
Date published: 2018-05-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best food plot seed, period. I planted Trophy clover 4 years ago and its still coming back. Over the years I have experimented with different blends of seed and seed companies. Antler King is hands down the best seed you can plant. If you take your time and plant it right, you will reap the rewards. There customer service and Pro staff members are top notch.
Date published: 2017-03-26
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do you reseed every year or just maintain with fertilizers? best time to plant, northeast pa to run through fall archery season?

Asked by: csb2
Once established Trophy Clover will last for 5-7 years provided your pH is good (6.0-7.0). You can overseed into areas that may be thin, etc. and I will typically do this on an as needed basis, otherwise maintenance of Fertilizer and periodic mowing is good. When plants flower it's a good indication they should be mowed back to 5-6". I would recommend a spring planting for PA...April-May timeframe. Thanks!
Answered by: Antler King
Date published: 2017-02-02


Asked by: ashwood
There are 4 different types of perennial clovers and chicory that will last up to 6 years. Specific varieties chosen for their protein level, digestibility, palatability and attraction. Sweet, white, ladies and arrowleaf
Answered by: Antler King
Date published: 2018-03-01

what is the time to plant in NW Florida. Does the soil need to be tilled ?

Asked by: edyu
Trophy Clover is best established with sustained temps in the 70s and 80s...if your forecast looks very hot, your best bet would be to wait until September...there is a cover crop in Trophy Clover to help shade the Clover as it can typically be planted in the Spring or late summer. It can be used in a no Till situation, but you will want to check your pH and make sure it's 6.0 or higher...lime can be applied to get to that desired number. If you have access to equipment it will make for better root development and seed to soil contact.
Answered by: Antler King
Date published: 2017-06-04

I hunt in south texas where the terrain is rocky and temperature is very hot with minimal rain will this product work in this environment 

Asked by: Jrc75
Answered by: Antler King
Date published: 2018-06-11

Does it require a lot of sun? I have an area on my property that deer pass through but don't stay long. It's got several oak trees, is about 1/3 acre and sees maybe 6 hours of partial sun/mostly shade during the day. Location is North Central Florida.

Asked by: Dabello1125
The amount of sun your plot receives (6+ hours) is plenty for the Trophy clover Mix. Make sure you check your pH to ensure proper growing conditions...the cover crop already in the mix along with the shade will help these plots establish during the late summer. Thanks!
Answered by: Antler King
Date published: 2018-06-22

does it do well in east central Minnesota and do you recomend a cover crop.

Asked by: paparoadmap
This works GREAT in central Minnesota and with proper soil conditions will last for up to 6 years. There are 4 special varieties of clover and a special variety of chicory that are all perennials. There is also a cover crop of brassica that helps the clover establish, shades the immature plants as they grow and will provide winter forage in Year 1. You would not need to add an additional cover crop to it. Thanks!
Answered by: Antler King
Date published: 2017-07-01

How much acreage doesn’t this plant?

Asked by: TurkeySlayer
1 bag of Trophy Clover Mix will plant 1/2 acre and will last up to 6 years with good growing conditions and proper maintenance. Be tough to find a better plot mix for year round food for your deer and turkeys. Thanks for your interest!
Answered by: Antler King
Date published: 2018-06-28

When is the best time to plant this in eastern Oklahoma ... temps will hit 100’s in summer ... Thank you 

Asked by: Dodgerblue88
I like to get it planted ASAP, as that will allow the clover/chicory and cover crop (brassica) to grow and establish before it gets so hot. The cover crop will help shade those clovers during the heat of the summer as they develop their deep root system to help them survive the summer months. The other option is to wait until late September and plant it after the weather has begun to settle a bit.
Answered by: Antler King
Date published: 2018-04-11
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