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 Falls into the Close -

Corn futures ended the holiday shortened week with losses of 3 ¼ to 4 ¾ cents on Friday, as the weekly change for July was 15 cents to the

Wheat Ends Ugly Week with Losses -

The wheat complex continued the losing streak on Friday, with contracts down across the three exchanges. Chicago posted losses of 3 ½ to 11 ¼

Cotton Closes Mostly Lower on Friday -

Cotton futures slipped lower in the front months on Friday, down 18 to 266 points. Other contracts were up 14 to 20 points Outside factors were

Cattle Close Mixed, CoF Report Shows Placement Surprise -

Live cattle futures were up 52 to 60 cents in the front two contracts, with the rest down 20 to 80 cents at the close. Trade talk has been slow to

Hogs Close Friday on a Mixed Note -

Lean hog futures were mixed at the Friday close, with contracts anywhere from 20 cents higher to 7 cents lower, as July, up 90 cents, was an

Soybeans Hold Higher on Friday -

Soybeans held strong on Friday, as most 2024 and 2025 contracts were steady to 7 ¼ cents higher. The higher move couldn’t ease the bleeding,

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