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Proso

Poultry love to eat Millet -Proso. Sow some in your poultry yard for them to feed on and save on the feed cost. It will grow anywhere, takes only 60 to 70 days to mature, and reaches 3 to 4 feet in height. Proso is high in protein and will make an excellent forage crop for growing chickens. It can be drilled, allowing 12 pounds to the acre or 1 pound per 3500 Sq. Ft. We have sold tons of Proso over the years and use it ourselves for our own chickens. Proso should be planted after the threat of frost.

Sorry, no Proso shipped to Canada.

Catalog Number Description each Order (QTY)
6P1 Proso 1 Lb $6.00 (each) Order (QTY)
6P2 Proso 2 Lbs. $10.00 (each) Order (QTY)
6P6 Proso 6 Lbs $20.00 (each) Order (QTY)
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