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The information contained on this website is for the benefit of you, the dealer, to aid in the selection of the proper kind or variety of seed for your individual farm customer.

COYOTE SEEDS serves its customers through a network of dealers in a five state area, supplying high quality, area adapted and grown field seeds, di­rect from our modern, approved Certified conditioning plant located at Madison South Dakota.

Planting your future with our Crops

  • ALFALFAS

    The importance of alfalfa cannot be overestimated. It is considered the most outstanding forage plant due to its capacity for building soil fertility and furnishing large yields of high quality feed for livestock. Alfalfa hay rated highest in feed value of any of the common hay crops. It has a high protein and mineral content and as a supplier of calcium it is superior to any other forage crop. Alfalfa is an excellent source of Vitamin A. Alfalfa makes an excellent hog pasture, and grown with brome grass, int. wheatgrass, timothy, etc., makes for a good pasture for cattle and sheep.
    Since 1959 alfalfa research has advanced rapidly and today more than three hundred varieties have been introduced to meet the needs of alfalfa growers from coast to coast.
    COYOTE SEEDS is striving to give growers the benefits of that research by supplying the best of these alfalfas. In the pages that follow, you will find information on alfalfa varieties and blends available from COYOTE SEEDS.
    MUSTANG 425HD
    COMMON ALFALFA - SOUTH...
    MUSTANG 520BR ALFALFA
    COYOTE 990 BRAND ALFALFA
    TRAVOIS ALFALFA
    VERNAL ALFALFA
    L-446RR
    620APH2
    GA-306SS
    more information on Alfalfa
  • CLOVERS

    Sweetclover

    Sweetclover is the most efficient of all common legumes for rebuilding de­pleted soil nitrogen. Tremendous expansion in the use of sweetclover on Com Belt farms has occurred in the past decade. A normal stand of sweetclover will add from 80 to 100 pounds of nitrogen per acre or the equivalent of 8 to 10 tons of barn manure per acre. Its outstanding value as a pasture and soil improving crop, the relative cheapness of the seed and the ease with which it may be fitted into established cropping systems have all contributed to its widespread use.
    YELLOW BLOSSOM SWEET CLOVER
    BERSEEM CLOVER
    LADINO WHITE CLOVER

    Red Clovers

    CRIMSON CLOVER
    MEDIUM RED CLOVER
    MAMMOTH RED CLOVER
    ALSIKE CLOVER
  • PASTURE GRASSES

    BROMEGRASS-SMOOTH
    ORCHARD GRASS ENDURANCE
    FAIRWAY CRESTED WHEATGRASS
    OAHE INTERMEDIATE WHEATGRASS
    ALKAR TALL WHEATGRASS
    TIMOTHY
    FAWN TALL FESCUE
    REED CANARYGRASS
    MEADOW BROMEGRASS
    GARRISON CREEPING FOXTAIL
    MUSTANG ORCHARD MIX
    TIFFANY TEFF GRASS
    WESTERN WHEATGRASS
    ITALIAN RYEGRASS
    LOFA FESTULOLIUM
    FORAGE PERENNIAL RYEGRASS
    more information on Pasture Grasses
  • CRP GRASSES

    BIG BLUESTEM
    LITTLE BLUESTEM
    BLUE GRAMA
    GARRISON CREEPING FOXTAIL
    GREEN NEEDLE GRASS
    INDIANGRASS
    SIDE OATS GRAMA
    SWITCHGRASS
    WESTERN WHEATGRASS
    OAHE INTERMEDIATE WHEATGRASS
    ALKAR TALL WHEATGRASS
    CANADA WILD RYE
    REED CANARYGRASS
    YELLOW BLOSSOM SWEET CLOVER
    RED CLOVER
    TRAVOIS ALFALFA
    VERNAL ALFALFA
    more information on CRP Grasses
  • LAWN GRASSES

    CONCERTO KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS
    CREEPING RED FESCUE
    ATHLETIC FIELD MIX II
    COYOTE BRAND LAWN MIX
    ENDURANCE LAWN MIX
    THREE WAY LAWN MIX
    MIDNIGHT KENTUCKY BLUEGRASS
    ANNUAL RYEGRASS
    TOUR STAR PER. RYEGRASS
    ALL PRO TALL FESCUE
    BOWIE BUFFALOGRASS
  • COVER CROPS

    The mixes we keep on the floor along with the individual products
    RYE
    MD BOUNCER BRASSICA
    PURPLE TOP TURNIPS
    PILE DRIVER RADISH
    COMMON VETCH
    LENTILS
    4010 FORAGE PEAS
    BERSEEM CLOVER
    ANNUAL RYEGRASS
    PEA/OAT MIX
    PEA/BARLEY MIX
    HAY KING HYBRID SUDANGRASS
    3 WAY FORAGE
    HAYES FORAGE BARLEY
    MARTIN MILO
    FLAX
    EARLY SEASON GRAZING MIX
    MID-LATE SEASON GRAZING MIX
    SOIL BUILDING MIX
    WGF SORGHUM
    DWARF ESSEX RAPE SEED
    SUBZERO HYBRID BRASSICA
    BRACO WHITE MUSTARD
    SUNN HEMP
    WINTER PEAS
    SUGAR BEETS

Why You Should Buy Coyote Brand Seeds


The factors contributing to COYOTE Brand quality include: up-to-date modern conditioning equipment; adapted origins and varieties; selective buying for quality; and experienced personnel who have the desire to give you a superior product. The result is bright, plump seed of high purity and germination, free from noxious weeds.

NOTICE: COYOTE BRAND SEED distributed by Mustang Seeds, hereby gives notice that any statements or descriptions on the bag or tag are informational only, and not made or given as a warranty of the product in any way; that said product is sold without any warranties, expressed or implied of MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS of the seed for any particular purpose; nor any other war­ranty against loss of yield due to any cause, including environmental conditions, disease, insects, soil conditions, chemicals, farming practices or the response of this seed to any such conditions.

Purchaser shall be solely responsible for determining the adequacy of the product for any and all uses to which the purchaser shall apply the product, and the application of the product by purchaser shall not be subject to any implied warranty of fitness for that purpose. Sale subject to arbitration where applicable.

Featured Crops

Rye

Rye is a cold-tolerant grain that geminates in cool soil (34-40° F), making it a major fall-planted cover crop for winter erosion control. The top growth provides soil cover and suppresses weed.

Field Peas

Field peas are used in spring plantings as a source of organic matter and nitrogen.  In late summer, peas can be interseeded with oats to provide ground cover over the winter.

Forage Turnip and Rapeseed

Turnip and rape grow quickly and are good at reducing surface compaction while providing winter cover and fall weed suppression.

Oats

Spring-planted oats are used for green manure, while fall-planted oats provide winter-killed ground cover. They are also useful as a nurse crop with legumes, such as hairy vetch and peas, for forage, erosion control and weed suppression.

Buckwheat

Buckwheat is a short season annual with a delicate, fibrous root system. Since it establishes quickly, it is useful for weed suppression. It also mellows the soil while improving aggregate stability. It is a scavenger of phosphorus and calcium and mineralizes rock phosphate, making these nutrients available for later crops.

Sundangrass & Sorghum-Sudangrass

Sudangrass and sorghum-sudangrass are midsummer grasses suitable for short, 8-10 week plantings. These crops provide abundant root biomass, which is useful for increasing soil organic matter. Mowing encourages root growth. They suppress root knot nematodes and inhibit weed germination if densely sown.

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