About Us

Turner Seed is a family owned seed business established in 1989. We are a wholesale seed distributor throughout Tennessee, Kentucky, north Alabama, north Georgia, southern Illinois, southern Indiana, southern Ohio, and western West Virginia. We service farm supply stores, seed dealers, hardware stores, & landscape supply houses in these areas.

Our home office is located in Antioch, Tennessee, and in 1999 we opened a sales and distribution center in Winchester, Kentucky. This allows us to provide better customer service and enables us to reach further into the agricultural community.

Turner Seed handles a complete line of turfgrasses, hay & forage seed crops, grains & cover crops, specialty mixes, native grasses, native grass mixes, vegetable seeds, & even landscaping supplies. We offer competitive prices, premium quality, & great customer service. 

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Our company offers a wide variety of seed products for wholesale markets. In addition, we offer bird food, wildlife and landscape products. Turner Seed always tries to offer the best product at a reasonable cost.

We offer bird food and wildlife products such as canary millet (red & white), milo, oat groates, peanuts, peas (maple & trapper), safflower, sunflower, thistle, wild bird deluxe, pigeon mix and more.

 
 
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Corn Slips Back Lower on Tuesday -

Corn futures ended the Tuesday session with contracts fractionally 2 ½ cents in the red. Rains over the next couple days are limited to the WCB,

Wheat Extends Higher on Tuesday -

The wheat complex was mixed to round out Tuesday, with the winter wheat holding up on Tuesday. Chicago contracts saw gains of 3 ¾ to 8 ¾ cents at

Cattle Rally Resumes on Tuesday -

Live cattle posted higher trade on Tuesday, with contracts closing 75 cent to $1.87 higher. Cash trade this week has been relatively quite so far,

Cotton Posts Tuesday Strength -

Cotton shrugged off the weakness from overnight trade, with contracts closing with 12 to 35 point gains. The outside market factors were not

Soybeans Drop on Turnaround Tuesday Weakness -

Soybeans closed out the Turnround Tuesday session with contracts steady to 11 ¾ cents in the red, as some bear spreading was apparent with the

Hog Fade Lower on Tuesday -

Lean hogs closed the Tuesday session with contracts steady to 62 cents lower across the board. USDA’s National Average Base Hog negotiated price

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