2lb Deer Cane Block
3It is our experience that most animals enjoy a salt supplement at least occasionally. Especially for deer and elk. Deer Cane is a beneficial mineral supplement that attracts deer by releasing a mineral vapor trail. Bucks seeking minerals for overall health and rack development will be drawn to the site to lick, paw, mark and
Why Langdon Wild Rice
Langdon Wild Rice is unique in the regards that it is Oregon Grown. Western Oregon’s famously abundant crystal clear, clean water and rare growing conditions can produce exceptional quality wild rice seed stock. Western Oregon’s long, wet Springs and the fertile Willamette Valley make for a special combination of growing factors.
Oregon Wild Rice should be planted in the Fall before freezing temperatures or in the spring when things start to thaw out. . Generally, the fall plantings are recommended for ease of planting but spring offers less of a threat of losing your crop to hungry migratory birds . Seeding rates vary depending on the method of seeding. When broadcasting use 50 pounds per acre minimum. All varieties of wild rice can vary from year to year in plant populations and seed production usually do to environmental or water issues. In order to establish a stand, one should plan on seeding every year for over a three year period. Very seldom are stands established with one year of seeding. Oregon Rice Seed Stock is kept moist and cold in our cooling units as soon as it is harvested. The rice remains in cold storage November through February on any given year until we sell out. Please make sure you buy the proper seed for your climate. Contact Tony directly for specifics.
Growing Food Plots With Wild Rice
Wild rice is easy to grow in muddy, marshy, wet areas or shorelines. Wild rice provides a supplemental food source for migratory waterfowl. It's high nutritious nature attracts all types of waterfowl.
Uses: Small-scale plantings on exposed mud flats can be reliable attractants to waterfowl, especially if levee-controlled and can be flooded with up to a foot of water during the hunting season.
When to plant: April 1 (lower south) to June 10 (upper south). Seed can be broadcast or conventionally drilled (1“ depth) into a firm seedbed and rolled. No-till drill (1“ depth) into a killed sold. If possible, flood irrigate to control weeds.
Adaptation: Choose slowly drained sites, preferably with clay subsoil. Small plots on mudflats and shorelines which flood frequently are good choices. Plots near large bodies of water work well.
Benefits: Providing supplemental food sources to migratory waterfowl can benefit individual and flock health.
Management: Flood with up to one foot of water during the hunting Season.
Note: Waterfowl are protected by federal lawn with specific regulations regarding food plantings and baiting. Broadcasting seeds on exposed mud flats or shorelines is generally considered legal if seeds have germinated prior to hunting. Regulations are subject to change and you should contact your local or federal game wardens or agencies for current rules and regulations that apply to your state.
Wild Rice Nutrition
Wild rice are four species of grasses forming the genus Zizania, and the grain that can be harvested from them. The grain was historically gathered and eaten in both North America and China.
Nutrition Facts Wild Rice, Raw
Amount Per 1 Cup (160 g)
- Calories 571
- Total fat 1.7g
- Saturated fat 0.2g
- Polyunsaturated fat 1.1g
- Monounsaturated fat 0.3g
- Sugar 4g
- Protein 24g
- Vitamin A 0%
- Calcium 3%
- Vitamin D 0%
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Langdon Brothers, Tony and John Langdon knew they could produce a extra high quality water grass seeds to help move waterfowl food plots into the future. So much time, energy and science has gone into the advancement of food plots for deer. The Langdon Brothers truly believe that waterfowl food plots can be advanced as well. In 2012 they made a bold choice to go for it! Wild Rice is proving to be the first best choice for many regions and different size food plot areas. The Langdon Brothers have lived and worked on their family farm since birth. Langdon & Sons Farm & Fab has worked and groomed the same lands for over 100 years. The Langdon Family knows seed production. It has been their family life for five generations. Tony and John truly believed that there was a way to help duck hunters shoot more ducks. And they were right! Wild Rice seed stock grown in the unique microclimate of the Willamette Valley in Western Oregon produces an exceptionally high quality, nutrient rich and flavourful seed stock to ducks.
Langdon Ducks, committed to providing nutrition both for the dinner table and for nature.