This seed comes from Auburn University. It is likely a hybrid between C. pumila and C. mollissima. The nuts are gorgeous, and run 70 to the pound. They produce mostly 1 nut per bur, but can also have two. These have had the chance of being pollinized by C. seguinii, as seguin chestnut trees are nearby. I am selling 10 lots of 20 seeds.
Cows were actively eating these nuts when I arrived at the orchard. They are also easily eaten by just about any other livestock. Canadian geese have eaten these easily, which leads me to believe they will be fine for domestic breeds.