It hasn’t exactly been a long Winter, but Winters always seem long when you’re waiting for hunting season to roll around. Our pals at Clever J Farms in southern Ohio have certainly been restless this season, and they decided to take advantage of a recent run of warm weather to do some frost seeding.
Hancock Seed has contact with several diverse audiences; from farmers looking to grow cover crops, down to someone looking to cultivate a fine lawn. From those looking to attract deer for hunting, to those looking to attract bees for pollinating their wildflowers. The thing all these people have in common?
They all have questions.
Some people / companies don’t like seeing themselves on the big screen. Hancock Seed is not one of those companies! We’re both proud and grateful to be featured in a great video that the Mad Guy Outdoors group created to demonstrate how they went about creating their food plots for the colder seasons. Among the Hancock guest appearances you’ll see are our Deer Greens Mixture, Killer Clover Mix, Hancock’s Fall & Winter Food Plot Seed Mix, and healthy top-off of Daikon Radish.
You can watch the video below, and check more of Mad Guy’s great video series here. It features plenty of hunting and fishing how-tos.
If you don’t have 20 minutes to spend right now, check out our chapter-by-chapter summary below. We’ll highlight some of the pointers that Mad Guy’s Madison Cole makes throughout.
Farming is one of the oldest professions in the history of mankind, and the most basic element of farming is the seed. It’s easy to get jaded when, as a species, we’ve been putting seeds into the ground for more than 100,000 years and getting delicious returns from the soil.
Hancock Seeds has never been one to fall into a rut. That’s why the Hancock family has been working for more than four generations to improve our methods, as well as working since 1978 to offer our seeds at the best prices through Farmer Direct pricing. Over the years, our blending and breeding has resulted in the best seeds you can find. There were still improvements to be made, however, as the Hancock family entered the 21st Century.
Halloween is approaching, and we at Hancock Farm and Seed are always looking for ways to stay in-season around this holiday. After all, stock in pumpkins and dried-up corn stalks always rises at this time of year. What do we have to compete with more spooky offerings?