Quinoa will provide cover and a plentiful supply of seed making it a popular crop for holding partridges, pheasants and attracting seed eating song birds



Quinoa is easily grown and ideal to be part of a mix, however, it does not offer a lot of cover and little remains of the crop by January. Kale and Quinoa is usually the mix, used for their feed and cover qualities. Quinoa produces seed heads at the top of the stem, shedding steadily throughout the game season. The seed is highly palatable providing a high protein feed for a variety of game birds.