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HEIRLOOM VEGETABLE SEED BUCKET

Brand : Heaven’s Harvest Store

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The Heirloom Seed Bucket contains 39 different varieties of hand-selected, non-hybrid, non-gmo, open-pollinated vegetable seeds. Each kit contains more than 4,500 Heirloom Seeds! With up to a 10 year shelf life, these seeds will be the ultimate tool in your preparedness kit. You cannot stock enough emergency food to last a lifetime. Don’t get caught standing in the soup line when your food supply runs out. This kit was designed to be the “final tool” in your emergency survival kit. No matter the amount of food you have stored away, it will eventually run out. The best and only answer is to be able to grow your own. Whether you have a patio or a pasture, anything you can add to your daily meal plan will extend your survival time. All 39 varieties of seed have been hand-selected and packaged in it’s own Mylar foil bag. With proper storage, this kit will last up to 10 years.

  • This kit represents a $1,500 value if purchased from your local hardware store.
  • Most seeds sold today do not have the ability to reproduce. This kit contains only 100% heirloom vegetable survival seeds that can reproduce and have stood the test of time.
  • 39 different varieties of non-gmo, non-hybrid, open pollinated heirloom vegetable survival seeds.
  • Each variety individually packaged in its own UV radiation-resistant mylar foil bag.
  • Approximately 4,700 individual survival seeds, almost 2 lbs worth.
  • Each kit comes stored in its own weather-proof, hard sided, polycarbonate case.
  • Enough survival seed to plant a 3 acre garden.
  • Can be used for barter or trade and could be worth their weight in gold in a survival situation.
  • Kit can be divided amongst family members.
  • Enough survival seed that if you lose a crop you will have plenty left over to plant again.
  • Packets are resealable so you can begin to use them today.

This kit was designed to be the “final tool” in your emergency survival kit. No matter the amount of food you have stored away, it will eventually run out, then where will you turn? The best and only answer is to be able to grow your own. Whether you have a patio or a pasture, anything you can add to your daily meal plan will extend your survival time. All 39 varieties of survival seed have been hand selected and packaged in its own mylar foil bag. With proper storage, this kit will last up to 10 years. Each kit contains enough survival seed to plant 3 acres of healthy, nutritious food.

The Kit Includes:

VEGETABLE VARIETY WEIGHT SEED COUNT
Asparagus Mary Washington .078oz 112
Beet Detroit Dark Red .06oz 125
Rutabaga American Purple Top .02oz 122
Broccoli Green Sprouting Calabrese .02oz 107
Brussel Sprouts Long Island Improved .013oz 117
Bush Bean Golden Wax .742oz 90
Bush Bean Blue Lake 274 .902oz 85
Cabbage Early Jersey Wakefield .02oz 100
Cantaloupe Jumbo Hales Best .10oz 96
Carrot Chantenay Red Cored .020oz 250
Cauliflower Snowball Y Improved .2oz 125
Celery Tall Utah 52-72 Improved .07oz 200
Collards Champion .016oz 110
Cucumber Poinsett 76 (slicing) .058oz 65
Cucumber National Pickling .162oz 152
Eggplant Black Beauty .026oz 110
Kale Dwarf Blue Curled Scotch .02oz 158
Leek American Flag .24oz 170
Lettuce Buttercrunch .02oz 280
Lima Bean King Of The Garden 3.07oz 103
Mustard Greens Tendergreen .02oz 215
Onion White Bunching .028oz 165
Okra Clemson Spineless .248oz 129
Onion Sweet Spanish Yellow .012oz 140
Pea Sugar Ann .818oz 99
Pepper California Wonder .04oz 104
Pepper Early Jalapeno .038oz 115
Pumpkin Jack O’Lantern .440oz 78
Radish Early Scarlet Globe .032oz 139
Spinach Nobel Giant .064oz 130
Squash Golden Summer Crookneck .22oz 93
Squash Butternut Waltham .486oz 142
Squash Black Beauty .5oz 112
Sweet corn Golden Bantam .866oz 97
Tomato Beefsteak .01oz 87
Tomato Roma .01oz 108
Tomato Red Cherry Large .02oz 115
Turnip Purple Top White Globe .15oz 180
Watermelon Sugar Baby .204oz 125

*Seed weight and count are estimates only. We try to err in your favor. **Due to seed shortages, some varieties may be substituted.

The Heirloom Seed Bucket contains 39 different varieties of hand-selected, non-hybrid, non-gmo, open-pollinated vegetable seeds. Each kit contains more than 4,500 Heirloom Seeds! With up to a 10 year shelf life, these seeds will be the ultimate tool in your preparedness kit. You cannot stock enough emergency food to la

Livestock Seed Bucket

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Livestock Seed Bucket
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SEED PACKS ARE MADE TO ORDER / CURRENT PROCESSING TIMES ARE APPROX 6 WEEKS DUE TO HIGH DEMAND

This highly nutritious Livestock Feed & Forage Pack is the perfect seed pack for supporting homestead and small farm animals. Grow food to feed your horses, cows, sheep, goats, chickens, rabbits, even dogs and cats! This 6LB+ pail contains 12 varieties of both Forage (field grasses and grazing, like alfalfa and clover) and Feed (storable, dry grains for manual feeding, like corn, oats and wheat). Whether you are supporting an operating homestead or starting a new one with sustainable non-hybrid seeds, the Livestock Feed & Forage Pack is your choice for successful animal nourishment and it’s 100% non-hybrid, open pollinated, non-GMO.

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Alfalfa
High in protein and minerals, Alfalfa hay is a high-energy feed source for cattle, horses and sheep. Dairy cows in particular have much to benefit from the high rate of protein contained in Alfalfa, sometimes exceeding 25% of mass. Also well-suited to younger animals or those with greater protein needs.

Barley
Barley is similar in profile to Oats, but makes a more suitable source of forage for those seeking lower energy content. Soft and highly digestible, Barley can be high in sugar and should be used carefully if concerned about colic in horses and othe animals. Should be crushed is used as a feed in ruminant mixes.

Clover, Red
Red Clover is suitable as forage for cattle and young stock. The high sugar content is especially ideal for fattening, but should be avoided if colic is a concern. Monitor consumption carefully, or avoid feed completely, to horses. Additionally, there is evidence indicating a correlation between red clover consumption and infertility in sheep.

Corn
Corn is high in starch, and provides a good source of energy as a grain feed fo cattle, sheep, hogs, goats and chickens. If given to horses, be sure to keep an eye on consumption. It is advisable to crush kernels prior to feeding.

Fescue, Tall
Tall Fescue provides good forage as a pasture grass for cattle, sheep and horses. It is especially suited for winter grazing, and will withstand the stresses of trampling better than most other grasses.

Flax
Flax is suitable for nearly all livestock and poultry, and inclusion in the diet as a feed will help to boost the essential fatty acid content in meat. Will also help to improve quality and luster of coat.

Oats
Oats are high in fiber and low in starch and provide good balanced nutrition as a feed for cattle, hogs, sheep, goats, chicken and other livestock. Most commonly, oats are the traditional grain fed to horses due to its nutrition, palatability and digestibility.

Orchardgrass
Orchardgrass makes an ideal everyday forage grass for a wide variety of livestock, including cattle, sheep, goats, horses and others. Easy to digest and cultivate, it makes a fine choice for hay, grazing and silage.

Peas, Field
hogs, poultry and other animals. Rich in both starches and protein, field peas provide a nice complement to many other livestock feed grains.

Ryegrass
Ryegrass is a suitable pasture grass for cattle and sheep and can also be used as a hay. Not suitable for horses, as evidence indicates excessive consumption may lead to staggers.

Timothy-grass
Timothy is a versatile grass that can be fed to cattle and horses as hay, and also provides suitabe forage as a pasture grass to sheep, cattle, goats and other animals. Also safe for other domestic animals including rabbits, guinea pigs and others.

Wheat
Wheat has greater protein content relative to other grains and as such can be used as a feed for cattle, hay for horses and as a pasture grass for sheep, cattle, goats and others. If using as a feed, use a coarse grind as finer grinds may cause digestive problems.

*Seed varieties are subject to change without notice. Replacements will be as close as possible and included in seed documentation.

The highly nutritious Livestock Seed Collection Bucket for Survival Seed Storage is the perfect seed pack for supporting homestead and small farm animals.