Twice each year, Wildlife Mississippi makes low-cost seed available to private landowners
and public land managers for wildlife plantings. When planted properly, the seed
will be utilized by a variety of wildlife. White-tailed deer, wild turkey, northern
bobwhite, mourning dove, waterfowl and many species of songbirds will benefit from
Corn, soybean and grain sorghum seed will be available through Wildlife Habitat
Seed Program. Winter wheat will be offered as well but only as pre-order in the
Spring with pickup in the Fall. All seed has been treated and has excellent germination
rates. A majority of the seed is provided by Pioneer.
Those ordering seed will be required to pick it up at distribution sites in Amory,
Greenville, Hattiesburg or Madison.
Order seeds online or download a pdf
order form.The deadline for placing spring orders will be March 3, 2017.
Download planting specifications
if you need help with guidelines for planting seeds.
In the event of a shortage of seed, the orders will be filled on a first-come, first-served
basis. On average, our spring seed distribution ranges from mid- to late April and
our fall seed distribution occurs in late August. If you desire to plant earlier
than this, this program may not be for you. We will contact you by phone and/or
mail to ensure that you are aware of your pickup location, dates and times. This
will be done after we have received all seed, typically two weeks prior to distribution.
Failure to pick-up your seed order at the time of distribution will result in loss
of payment and seed.
Seed pickup dates for Spring orders will be announced as soon as possible.
Seed sales contact: Kelli Rexrode, (662)-686-3375.