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Brookings Office Phone:605-697-6306 or 605-627-1901

Rapid City Office Phone:605-646-4225

Toll Free:888-498-7333

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CONSERVATION

Now more than ever, it’s crucial to make the most out of every acre set aside for conservation and the benefit of wildlife. There are countless different variables that need to be carefully thought out in order for you to achieve a successful end product.

Fortunately, Millborn Conservation Specialists have walked alongside producers on thousands of acres to accurately understand unique growing scenarios in order to formulate custom solutions. We are dedicated and passionate about seeing each project through to the end. Whether this is your first experience enrolling acres or you’ve worked with us in the past, we’re here to bring to life proven solutions.

 

Standard CRP Seed Mixes

Each state has its own set of standards to follow when designing a CRP mix. Millborn honors each of those standards. And then gets to work on formulating some of the most highly specialized standard CRP mixes in the industry.

Millborn Native Mixes

Not all acres are enrolled into a program or follow specific guidelines. Millborn Native Mixes are designed to offer different aesthetic looks based on your goals wishes.

Native Warm Season Grasses

A group of mostly perennial grasses which reach their maximum production during the summer months (growth begins once soil temperatures reach 55° - 60° F). Most are “bunch grasses” (grow in clumps) and are drought tolerant.

Native Cool Season Grasses

A group of mostly perennial grasses that grow actively from early spring to early summer and then again in early fall when temperatures are cooler (growth begins once soil temperatures reach 50⁰-55⁰F).

Wetland Plants

Plants that grow in wetlands are technically called hydrophytes and hydrophytic plants. Hydrophytes are plants that grow in water or areas that periodically have water. Depending on which wetland type you are trying to enhance/create will dictate what...

Wildflowers

With the declining population of pollinators, the use of native wildflowers is becoming extremely important.