Whitetail Soybean Blend
Soybeans are one of the best crops to grow in food plots for whitetails. When available, soybeans are a major food source during the summer, fall and winter. If you have never hunted near a plot of standing soybeans during a late season cold spell, you have no idea of the drawing power of soybeans!
The problem with many varieties of soybeans is that the bean pods tend to split open and drop the beans onto the ground late in the fall after the plant has dried down. We at RealWorldWildlife Seeds have field tested dozens of varieties of soybeans to come up with those varieties which are most shatter resistant and remain available to deer and other wildlife late into the winter.
Our Real World soybean blend contains 3 varieties of shatter resistant Round-Up Ready soybeans, each with a different maturity. Don’t be fooled by the forage soybean hype, do your own side by side comparison and see for yourself which soybean product the deer in your area prefer.
If you are already planting soybeans in your food plots we challenge you to plant our Real World soybean blend side by side with the variety you are now using and see the difference for yourself. If you have never grown soybeans in your food plots, it is time to see what you have been missing.
Late in the season the pods on many soybean varieties shatter open, spilling the beans onto the ground where deer have a tough time eating them. Real World Soybeans were selected for their shatter resistance.
You can see how the pods on these “other” soybeans have shattered open.
Our Real World Soybean Blend includes varieties of soybeans selected for their “shatter resistance”. This ensures that the beans remain in the pods late into the winter when deer and other wildlife needs them most.
Click the video above to see a side by side comparison between Real World soybeans and a leading competitors “forage soybeans”,along with some awesome footage of whitetail bucks feeding in Real World soybeans, as well as some tips on growing your soybean foodplots
The quoted shipping cost is good for the following states only-
Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Missouri, Kentucky, Wisconsin, Michigan and Ohio.
If you are having seed shipped to any other state please call (217) 994-3721 or (217) 232-0722 for a shipping quote.
$65.00 per 50 Lb. Bag (1 Acre)
”I’ve used the Real World Whitetails (RWW) forage soybeans for 3 years now and have had great success. I’ve managed as much as 30,000 acres in Iowa and have experimented with other soybean brands but the RWW brand exceeded the true need I had for soybeans.
So many land managers are planting strictly based on height and forage. Although those things are important, we need our soybeans to not only stand tall, but have a solid bean yield that is still standing come December and January. The RWW soybeans consistently had bean pods with 3 and 4 beans going into January, which is key, because come January in the Midwest the forage aspect is irrelevant. With an avg foot of snow on the ground, the forage has either been consumed, buried or just matured out. In December and January, the key to success is available nutrition. That’s what those bean pods offer when nothing else is available.
Taking all of those things into account, now add the fact that RWW Soybeans are priced much less then the competitors. You can’t go wrong, we will continue to use the RWW Soybean product and highly recommend it going forward.”
President, Mid Iowa QDMA
Professional Land Manager
“Dear Real World Wildlife Seed company, I hunt a heavily pressured area and have a very demanding work schedule. Your soybean blend is making my short time on stand more productive. The bucks are staying on my farm year round now, this buck was a regular in my beans during the summer and was still visiting them in mid December.”
-Russel Wachtel Illinois
“We planted Real World Wildlife Seed soybeans at the end of May. The germination of the seed was excellent, giving us a uniform, dense stand of soybeans.
When the soybeans reached approximately 8 inches in height I applied Roundup w/ a backpack sprayer killing all of the weeds in the plot. The soybeans flourished and shaded out any further weed issues.
The deer came in the plot on a regular basis and we got multiple trail cam pictures as well as actual sightings of the buck Lisa harvested. We are excited about the future buck crop that are still feeding in the soybeans.
We have spent hundreds of dollars on the small bags of food plot seed from the so called whitetail food plot experts, followed their instructions to the letter. I have never planted anything that worked like the Real World whitetail soybeans.
It is early Jan 2012, the soybeans are still in their pods and still attracting deer. These soybeans have exceeded our expectations.We will continue to plant Whitetail Soybeans in our food plots!”
Dave & Lisa Aerne, Indiana