Surplus Seed For Low Prices
Corn and soybeans for food plots offered for just $10 per bag.
 
By GON Staff
Posted Tuesday April 27 2010, 2:01 PM
 
Surplus seed showed up in late April, and it will go fast. So get online, join the GONetwork if you haven’t already, and purchase corn or soybeans for your wildlife plantings for just $10 per bag... while supplies last.

These surplus bags of seed are at least a year old, not certified, and can only be used for conservation purposes, not any form of crop or product production. Seeds are also treated with a coating that renders them unsuitable for feeding to wildlife. So they can serve just one purpose, planting food plots.

As surplus seed, non-profit organizations like GONetwork and SCI-Ga are prohibited from selling them at a profit. So you will be getting them almost at cost. The purpose of the program is to offer a service to the organizations’ membership and to benefit wildlife at a very affordable price.

The GONetwork and the Georgia Chapter of Safari Club International (SCI-Ga) have once again joined forces in this effort to improve hunting and wildlife habitat while at the same time saving sportsmen money. To buy seed, you must be a member of either GONetwork or SCI-Ga.

To purchase seed, log onto <www.georgiaoutdoornetwork.org>, click the “GONetwork Seed Store” link on the left hand side of the page, and follow the instructions.

Keep your e-mail receipt when you buy your seed, and present your receipt when you pick up your seed.

Pick up of purchased seed must be coordinated through James Lakeman at Southern Glasslined Equipment in Greensboro. The warehouse will be open for pick-up during business hours 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, but be sure to contact James for pick up by e-mail at <jameslakeman@southernglass.com>.

If you need seed for your wildlife plantings, this a great deal. So jump on it quickly. Sales are first-come, first-served, and you can bet these bags of seed won’t last long.

* Price subject to freight-cost fluctuations. Any change should be minor.
 
 
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