Wilder Game Food Grain Sorghum – Untreated

  • A good variety selected for game birds
  • Resistant to weather deterioration of the grain
  • Average plant height of 38 to 42 inches

Seeding Date:

Late-May – Early July.  When soil temps are 62°F+


8 lbs per acre in rows.  10 lbs per acre drilled. Plant 1-1.5” deep.

$50.00 / 50lb Bag (untreated)




WGF, Wilder Game Food Grain Sorghum was university selected to accommodate the needs of upland birds (Quail, Turkey, Pheasant, and Prairie Chicken) and migratory birds (Ducks, Geese and Doves). It was selected for its high grain quality, eye appeal to upland and migratory birds; thus becoming very palatable to wild game birds. It offers both fall and winter food sources and beneficial cover for the birds.


Wilder Game Food is an early maturity (46-50 day to midbloom) heavy grain producer. Unlike conventional grain hybrids, WGF grain sorghum imparts a bitter taste to predatory birds (Sparrows, Blackbirds, Starling, etc.) during milk and dough stages of grain development. This bitter taste disappears with the maturity of the plant and grain, thus becoming palatable to wild game birds during the fall and winter months. The red-brown pericarp outer layer of the seed serves as a mold-and rotting-repellant during long exposure to cold and wet winter conditions. The crop residue provides an excellent cover for the birds while providing non-weathering food source as well. Usually ready for game bird feeding about 95 days after seeding.



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
Dimensions 18 × 5 × 38 in