I have a friend that raises bloody butcher and grinds it into cornmeal with a water powered mill that was built in the 1800's. The seed has been in his family for generations. I will talk to him today.
Re: Bloody butcher corn seed in reply to Jugum, 11-08-2012 05:36:46
Talked to my friend this morning. He told me that the drought this year basically wiped his crop out. What the dry weather didn't get the deer did. For some reason they love it.He said he really didn't have any extra to let go at this time. He said there were places that sold the seed but he had seen it sell for as high as $40.00 per pound. Sorry, I couldn't help. Maybe next year.
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