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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 Traders Had Little to Show for Friday Effort -

Corn futures couldn’t hold initial gains into the Friday close, as quite a few markets sold off going into the weekend. Net changes were

Soybean Prices End Friday in the Red, Spec Funds Expand Bearish Positions -

Soybean futures settled 1 ¼ to 7 ¼ lower on Friday, with the inverse (a.k.a backwardation) continuing to expand on good crusher demand for nearby

Contrary Opinion Trade Works for Wheat on Friday -

Wheat futures were swimming against the bearish tide on Friday, or perhaps unwinding some inter-market spreads. In any event, all three US markets

Cotton: You Just Can't Keep a Bear From Growling -

Cotton prices were down 99 to 139 points at the close, with thinly traded October the weakest but active December not far behind. Crude oil was

Cattle Settled Mixed Ahead of USDA Cattle on Feed Report Release -

Live cattle futures were mixed at the close, anticipating little bearish news for nearby cash cattle in the COF report, but more cautious above

Hogs Extend Rally on Friday, August Up $3.18 for the Week -

Lean hogs continued their bullish effort for the week, up $.20 to $1.22 on Friday. Nearby August was up $3.18 for the week. The USDA National Base

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