“We are proud that Arrow Seed is continuing as a Whitetails Unlimited national sponsor,” said WTU President Jeff Schinkten. “The folks at Arrow Seed have a state-of-the-art seed cleaning facility, which produces a wide variety of products. This enables hunters to get the most from their food plots, which are an important part of the entire whitetail experience for many hunters. Their website includes a great deal of information and is a great resource for hunters.”
Arrow Seed is located in Broken Bow, Nebraska, where they develop and specifically design seed mixes to perform almost anywhere you find white-tailed deer. Their mission is to help the big-game enthusiast provide the best possible nutrition, as well as habitat, for deer in their area. They have an agronomist on staff and work directly with industry experts testing biomass samples, and are constantly monitoring the results. Their motto is “When you put an Arrow Seed product in the ground, you can be assured you will get More for Your Buck.” For more information about Arrow Seed, visit their website at arrowseed.com.
About Whitetails Unlimited:
Since our beginning in 1982, Whitetails Unlimited has remained true to its mission and has made great strides in the field of conservation. Thanks to more than 475 chapters, 114,000-plus members, chapter volunteers, and corporate sponsors, Whitetails Unlimited has earned the reputation of being the nation’s premier organization dedicating its resources to the betterment of the white-tailed deer and its environment. Our mission is to raise funds in support of educational programs, wildlife habitat enhancement and acquisition, and preservation of the shooting sports and hunting tradition for future generations. To date, Whitetails Unlimited has expended more than $109.9 million on program services and activities that continue to enhance, and ultimately foster, our mission. Stay connected with us: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, WTU Website
Contact: David Hawkey, Whitetails Unlimited VP of field operations: (920) 743-6777, ext. 103