ARE YOU REALLY GOING TO LET YOUR NEIGHBORS TAG YOUR BUCKS?
It’s demoralizing to watch your neighbors tag trophy deer each season while you end up empty-handed. Good news is there’s a simple way to change that. Plant Buck Forage Oats. For over 30 years, they have been recognized as the highest quality food plot product on the market.
THE BEST WINTER OAT ON THE MARKET
DECADES OF RESEARCH IN EACH BAG
Proven Freeze Tolerance
100% FREE OF FILLERS
BUCKS ARE DYING TO EAT OUR OATS.
Buck Forage Oats are the best food plot seed for white-tailed deer on the market, period. Here’s why: they’re the first choice preference of whitetails, they’re extremely freeze tolerant, they’re resistant to disease and over grazing and they have industry best germination rates. Most importantly, you can be confident that every seed in our bag is pure Buck Forage Oats. We grow, process and bag 100% of the product here in the United States. You never have to wonder about what you are buying.
THE BEST FOOD PLOT ON THE MARKET. PERIOD.
TAG OUT EVERY TIME WITH BFO
SERIOUS HUNTERS, SERIOUS RESULTS
For over 30 years, professional hunters and land managers have relied on BFO to put them in the position for successful hunts. They’re 100% homegrown right here in the USA, unlike many other food plot products. They’re designed for serious hunters who are ready to start tagging mature bucks consistently.
RESEARCH-BACKED, ALL-AMERICAN OATS
NOT JUST ANOTHER OAT
- 100% farmer grown in America
- Top-quality pure Buck Forage oat seed only with no foreign junk
- Provides the nutrition trophy bucks need
- Won’t die off after the first freeze like most junk oats
- Convenient ordering on Amazon
- Dr. Deer approved
- Thrives in a variety of different soil types and weather conditions
REAL HUNTERS, REAL REVIEWS
“Dad and I have used them for years. Have planted them in Spalding and Macon county. The deer preferred buck forage oats over everything else we planted. I actually did all 3 of my science fair projects in high school comparing buck forage oats to several different brands of oats, wheat, rye etc. We planted them side by side and buck forage oats always dominated in comparison to the the other brands.”
“For three years in a row I divided several plots and planted Coker, run of the mills feed oats, and buck forage side by side. All these plots had soil samples pulled, and limed and fertilized accordingly. Year after year the deer prefered the buck forage over the other two. Yes they did eat the other two, but it seemed like they just browsed thru it and once they hit the buck forage they stopped and ate. By the ends of the season the buck forage was eaten down to a couple inches tall while the others were 10". Since then I have planted nothing but the buck forage.”
“Buck Forage oats is all I ever plant. Tried mixes for years but have had more deer since going to the BF.”