Center Stage

$60.00 bag

Center Stage is a mixture of various clovers, grasses, forbs, herbs, and grains that provides excellent regrowth for 1-3 years. The combination of hearty grains and perennial broadleaves is a multi-benefit. From the green source in the spring months and a food source in the summer and fall months, Center Stage provides excellent year-long forage for deer, turkeys, and other wildlife.

Proven Ingredients: Forage Chicory, Select Ladino Clover, Select White Dutch Clover, Berseem Clover, Crimson Clover, Drought-Tolerant Alfalfa, Plantain, Sainfoin, Falcata Alfalfa, Small Burnet, Winter Wheat and Oats

Seeding Rate: 30 lbs/acre drilled or broadcast


15 lb bag

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Product Guide


  • Protein Content: Up to 32% protein
  • Seeding Rate: 30 lbs/acre
  • Seeding Depth: ¼” – ½”
  • Plant into a clean, firm seedbed when both drilling or broadcasting.
  • Package: 15 lb bags
  • Planting Zones:
    • Zone 1: Spring, Late Summer
    • Zone 2: Spring, Late Summer
    • Zone 3: Early Spring, Fall
    • Zone 4: Not recommended


If maximum biomass is desired, use the fertilizer rates below:

  Recommended Application Rate (Lbs/acre)
Soil Fertility Level Nitrogen (N) Phosphorus (P2O5) Potassium (K2O)
High 10 0 0
Medium 20 20 35
Low 30 40 70

*Rates are recommended if no soil test is taken.

Weed Control

  • Plant into a clean, weed-free seedbed for reduced weed competition.
  • If weeds are present at planting, consider applying glyphosate before or after planting if drilled, but before crop emergence to control existing weeds. Do not apply glyphosate after planting if crop is broadcasted and not incorporated.
  • If weed pressure is present after planting, consider mowing the weeds to the height of the crop until weed pressure subsides.

Multiple Regions

Every acre is different and our goal is to help you know what works best in your area. This 'Growing Regions' section showcases where this species works best. If you have any questions on product placement, feel free to contact our experts and we will help!

Food Plot Power™ Tip

Sometimes the best food plots are smaller, more secluded. If you allow yourself to shoot to all corners of the plot, you will have more success.

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