Kane Lawn & Garden, LLC
Kane Lawn & Garden, LLC

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814-837-8083

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Previous projects

 

We create each design and layout to be unique ...

unlike any other....

 

Updates

St. Judes - Hunt for a cure 2017

Wildlife Feed

and

Food Plot Mix

 

 

We have a variety of Wildlife Feed, Food Plot Mix

and

Banks Outdoors Feeders

                                                                                 *Made in the USA*

 

Buck Yeah -     Mix of Booner trace minerals, protein and nutrients

 

Doe Pro -          Fertility health and herd stability-bigger fawns = bigger bucks

 

Tomb Bomb -   Scratch blen of farm raised grains/crop grinder additive

 

Squatch This -  Granulated honey and corn mix

 

Sunflowers -     Fresh grown (in Kane) source of nutrition and digestive energy.  Helps   maintain body temperature in all wildlife

 

 

Shell Cracked

Corn -               Combination of our shelled / cracked/ground high carb and   protein corn mixed for maximum digestibility

 

Deer Mix -       Combination of shelled cracked wheat grain, black oil sunflower seeds and blended deer minerals

 

We carry small bags

or

large bulk pallet pricing is available

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 Feeds:

  • Buck Yeah
  • Doe Pro
  • Tom Bomb
  • Squatch This

 

  • Wild Life Mix
  • Sunflowers
  • Shell Cracked Corn
  • Deer Mix

 

Food Plot Mix:

  • Spring King Catalyst - Annual - Plant soon after the last frost.  Produces early nutrient and protein rich vegetative forage, as well as see and grain in the late summer.  Great mix to condition an area to start food plots or alternate crops between Lucky Leaf and Fall Frenzy Plots. (Spring Barley, Spring Oats, Italian Sugar Rye, Clemson Clover, Triticale)
  • Lucky Leaf Clover - Perennial (2-3)years Plant in the early spring after the last frost or anytime during the summer.  These clover varietyies were chosen for their high protein forage and sustainability.  Mix of clovers (5)varieties including red clover and a little chicory.
  • Fall Leaf Frenzy - Annual - Planting differs due to the climate.  Usually the last week of July to August 15.  Prime planting is August 1-7th.  Frost will eliminate top vegetative layer and sugars will start going to vegetables underground to provide feed well into the winter. (Dwarf Essec Rape, Bonar Rape, Hybrid Forage, Brassica, Gound Hog Radish, Purple top Turnip, Applin Turnip, Sugar Beets)
  • Grand Slam Plot Mix Wild Turkey - Early tillage for fresh soil attraction.  Spring - Strut Zone establishment Summer - Seed and early grains nutrient rich forage (Chufa, Alfalfa, Dwarf Sunflowers, Dwarf Sorgum, Dwarf Corn, Millet, Spring Gobbler Wheat, Summer Spurs, Barley)

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