"Just wanted to thank you for such a great product.  The deer on
my property added at least
20 inches the first year using the Eagle
Brand Beans
.  I know next year I’ll need to plant twice as much,
since I had in one picture 17  
standing together.
I never knew a product could
pull in and hold so many deer!!  I
harvested the largest of the bucks the third week of bow season."
Rick S. Nashville,TN
"Everyone who attended the Wisconsin QDMA field day noticed the
height and vigor of your Eagle Forage Soybeans."

"Later in the fall, when everything else was killed by several very cold
,   Eagle Soybeans were dark green and the preferred food
source. You can bet this years seminar will once again include your
"We can see the
results in the
antlers and
body weight of
deer that had
been feeding in
our Eagle
soybean field."
Property Manager
Brandywine Hunt Club
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We have grown
for our
area, thanks to
your beans and
herd health
has increased

overall as well."

Allen Z.; Powhatan, VA
These soybeans are the best food plot I've ever tried. They
really pull in the deer and keep them fed. With the deer
pressure most browsed HEAVILY.

In early August I caught a beautiful bean field (pictures
attached).  This same buck came out and fed in the bean
field within feet of where these pictures were taken.  He
stood at 60 yards from my stand for close to 5 minutes
giving me a great look at him. This is the first year I truly
worked hard on our food plots and even though I know there
is a ton of luck involved, watching deer in your plots and
harvesting them is extremely rewarding!"

Tony, Northeast Iowa
"I have hundreds of game cam pictures from our
fields.  The deer started hitting the beans in
early June and as advertised they continued to
"The deer are still digging them
out from under
2 feet of snow up here!"
"I grew Large Lad
RR.  The Large
Lads still cut 50
bushels --
without irrigation
in a very dry year.

We counted 100
pods on one
Randy S.,  Kansas
"The Best Food plot I have ever planted."

Looking at my Eagle Seed plot in August
honestly made me chuckle inside with
delight.  I've never seen a soybean as
Drought Tolerant as Eagle Seed beans are.
If you are tired of dealing with crows,
squirrels and raccoons and trying to grow a
corn as a plot;  try Eagle seed beans and
you'll be glad you did!  Eagle Seed beans
have changed the way we grow and hunt
whitetails!!"                      Chad B., Virginia
"I've seen people buy half million dollar farms only to put in food plots that fail, resulting in failure.  If your goal is killing big
deer, then use Eagle Seed RR forage beans. They are easy to grow and produce an unbelievable amount of food per acre.  
The deer's attraction to them borders on insane.  I have had the biggest benefit from your growing your forage beans."       
Jason S., Iowa
42 % Leaf Protein taken at Brandywine Island Club
"These beans have
everything a wildlife
manager is looking for.

If you are looking for a
soybean that can be
browsed on heavily and
still come back to produce
amazing height and loads
of bean pods then look no
further.  It's nice when a
product exceeds

-Andy Y.; Missouri
Ready Food
Plot for
Tonnage &
Stan Potts, host of
North American Whitetail  TV.
"Eagle Seed Company Forage
Soybeans are awesome; the best
soybeans I've ever planted!"
"Eagle Seed produces
the best food plot seed
on the market for
growing and managing
wildlife.  I trust all my
food plots to Eagle

Dr. Grant Woods
in the fall.
Brian B, Alabama
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Kevin H's Farm in Minnesota
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Turkeys bugging in Eagle Forage Beans in
Missouri.  The turkeys will also eat the soybean
seed when they develop in the fall.
East Texas, GameKeeper
"September and still growing.  Thanks"
Charles, A.
David K.  "I'm very excited and pleased, this is the first time I've
grown soybeans. You can see how the deer love my Big Fellows.
Thanks Eagle Seed."
Steve P. Kentucky.  "I've never had so many shooters on one farm in my life.  
And, 99% of my photos are in daylight. I have a huge herd of deer and the
beans have held up great , to the point 40 deer are eating on the 3 acres
and you can't even really tell."
Josh and Kamryn, V.  She harvested a 207 inch buck
in Iowa.
Pictured left.  The son of Professional
Wildlife writer and consultant, Jason
Snavely, showing off his  Broadside
plot after it snowed in Pennsylvania.
"Primary Summer Food Source... Let me be
clear, there is
no summer plot that can with-
stand the heat of South Alabama and the browse
impact of this deer herd that will produce the
tonnage per acre like EagleSe
                                            David; Alabama
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