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#7048716 - 11/06/12 what kind of seeds are these?  
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The last 4 ducks i have shot have their craws full of these seeds. Not the greatest pics, but they are round and very small.
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#7050638 - 11/07/12 Re: what kind of seeds are these? [Re: splattermatic]  
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Sorghum, maybe????? Need something like a dime next to 'em to know how big they are.


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All gone now, but they are sitting on a paper towel. You can see they are very small by looking at the pattern in the towel.
Would like to know so i can maybe figure out where they are feeding by finding the plants maybe by/in water or are they field plants.

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#7051248 - 11/07/12 Re: what kind of seeds are these? [Re: splattermatic]  
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looks a lot like dallas grass seed to me. That would amaze me though


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#7053793 - 11/07/12 Re: what kind of seeds are these? [Re: rost495]  
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Smartweed?

#7054903 - 11/08/12 Re: what kind of seeds are these? [Re: cburns17]  
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Barnyard grass or something in the millet family


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#7073402 - 11/13/12 Re: what kind of seeds are these? [Re: Orphanedcowboy]  
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Milo?


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#7074480 - 11/14/12 Re: what kind of seeds are these? [Re: pixarezzo]  
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Millet is my final guess:

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#7076950 - 11/14/12 Re: what kind of seeds are these? [Re: Orphanedcowboy]  
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The top photo looks like nut grass seed.


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#7077636 - 11/15/12 Re: what kind of seeds are these? [Re: luv2safari]  
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could well be wild millet. I"ve never seen it, but I"ve heard of it. We've planted millet for the birds before but I"ve heard that TPW had put it in,in places at times years ago and it kept going in some...


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