Imperial Whitetail Clover is the number one food plot planting in the world!
Why? Because Imperial Whitetail Clover contains the only clover genetically designed for whitetail deer. Imperial Whitetail Clover has an extremely high protein content – critical for antler, muscle and bone growth and thrives in extreme cold as well as warm, dry climates. Our R&D team has continually improved Imperial Whitetail Clover over the years with new and improved clover varieties. Deer love the taste and will travel long distances to feed on Imperial Whitetail Clover. If you want to attract more deer to your property, hold them there and make sure they receive optimal nutrition for good health and antler growth, plant Imperial Whitetail Clover.
Imperial Whitetail Clover is the product that started the food plot revolution and is still the standard by which other food plot products are judged. Performance is best when planted on good heavy soil that holds moisture.
Posted by Jeff C on 7th Feb 2017
After experimenting with different brands and not much success, I decided to try Imperial whitetail clover. It didn't take long to find out, it was different. I saw more deer that first fall than I had in the previuos 4 years combined.
Posted by Alex B. on 16th Jan 2017
This past season we made the decision to use Imperial Whitetail clover for the first time. This product is legit. The difference between it and ag-store clover is night and day. Keep up the good work Whitetail Institute.
Posted by C.W. B on 16th Jan 2017
We use Imperial clover and 30-06 mineral and last year we harvested our largest body size & antler size deer ever. Body size of the deer has increased tremendously. In most cases we stay in contact to assist each other loading deer.
Posted by Unknown on 15th Jan 2017
No matter what time of day, there is always deer feeding in the plot. My neighbor, who has Alzheimer's disease, sits at her window and watches them all day long.
Posted by Vic-AL on 5th Dec 2016
I planted two 1-acre plots of whitetail clover last year in September, in Clay Co, AL. This year they did not receive measurable rain from the end of August until late November (almost 3 months). I checked on them yesterday December 4th and there is noticeable new growth in those plots! To say that Whitetail Clover is drought resistant is an understatement! I was resigned to the fact that I would have to replant them this spring. I'm a believer!
Thanks for a great product.