Hybrid Grain Sorghum (Milo)

Easy-Growing and often chosen for wildlife cover
  • 4’ tall
  • Early maturing (90 days)
  • Easier to grow than corn and more drought-resistant

$30.00 / 50lb Bag


Best Use: Excellent attractant and food source for deer, game birds, and other wildlife. Great bedding cover.

Adaptation: Cool temperatures limit feed grain production for livestock in the Upper Midwest. Prefers slightly warmer temps than corn.

Management: Requires nitrogen fertility (up to 150 lbs N per year). Manage potential for prussic acid & nitrate build-up.

Planting Date: Late May to early July (soil at 62?F+)

Seeding: Drill 5-15 lbs/acre ?? to 1?? deep. Use high end of rate for broadcasting.


Click here to learn more about Alternative Forage Crops. by Dr. Dan Undersander, Forage Agronomist at the University of Wisconsin.

Additional information

Weight 51 lbs
Purchase Options

50lb Bag, Per Pound