Tif Leaf III is a shorter type hybrid pearl millet producing quick high yields. It only requires 66 days to the boot stage. Tif Leaf III has high levels of tolerance to many pathogens and high humidity. It thrives on as little as 16 inches of water; however, greatest tonnage will be produced with greater […]
GW-400 BMR is a medium-early maturity sterile hybrid forage sorghum with the BMR 6 gene. Yield from this hybrid can reach 18-25 tons at 65% DM. The BMR 6 gene found in this hybrid reduces the indigestible lignin by 35% over conventional forage sorghums. GW-400 BMR with this improvement in digestibility and palatability, enables milk […]
GW-600 BMR is a medium-full season forage sorghum. This variety contains grain with high starch levels ideal for cattle consumption. It will come to harvest maturity in 90-95 days or the soft dough stage. Daily weight gains are improved with the increase in digestibility and palatability. Lignin, the indigestible matter in conventional sorghum forages, decreases […]
Super Sugar delayed maturity produces a higher yielding sweet forage grass for hay, grazing or greenchop. This hybrid has quick regrowth suitable for multiple cuttings. The TDN could reach 60-64% and protein can reach 16 – 18%. The delayed maturity trait allows more time to harvest a highly nutritious forage, or 25 to 30 days […]
Super Sugar is a high yielding conventional forage grass best used for hay, grazing, greenchop, or cover crop. Thin sweet stems make it highly palatable with stem sugar ranging from 10-14%. Planting higher populations will result in finer stems, finer stems dry quicker producing higher quality hay. The improved drought tolerant genetics allow Super Sugar […]
Honey Grazin’ BMR will produce higher yields with full season growth. It is a photo-sensitive BMR sorghum sudangrass for grazing, baling, or greenchop. You can expect prompt regrowth after harvest, with adequate moisture and fertility you can expect multiple cuttings. This hybrid was chosen for its high sugar content and its increased yield potential. The lignin […]
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Used primarily for grazing in dryland conditions. Planted at 25 pounds to the acre as a sole component, and at 80% in a mix. Works well in sandy soils, and tolerates heat best of all cool season perennials.
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Used primarily for grazing. Planted at 1 pound to the acre as a sole component, and at 2-3% of a mix. Chicory is an essential pasture component. Full Description
Used primarily for grazing, cover crop, and food plots. Planted at 2 pounds to the acre as a sole component, 1 pound in a mix. Planted in the spring or summer in all regimes.
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Barkant is a very vigorous diploid turnip variety with a purple tankard root type. The variety has a very good leaf and root yield with high sugar and dry-matter content. Ideally suited for grazing with sheep and cattle, it is common to obtain 4-6 tons of dry-matter per acre of this high-energy feed. Barkant is […]
T-Raptor is an early maturing hybrid brassica, a cross between a forage turnip and a forage rape, with a 50-70 day crop duration. T-Raptor exhibits a leafy growth habit (higher leaf-to-bulb ratio) and is well-suited to grazing. Under ideal management, it can be grazed once a month. T-Raptor is an excellent late-summer feed source, and […]
TONIC can add value, both in terms of dry matter, and quality, in a diverse range of ways in any farming system. The benefits include: • Increased dry matter production • Extended ‘shoulders’ of seasonal production • Improved quality at key times of the year • Positive impact on animal performance • Improved supply of […]
Graza is a uniquely smooth-leaved, low crowned and late-flowering forage brassica. It requires minimal ripening (50 days or 6-8 weeks).
This New Zealand forage rape variety is fast in its establishment and can be grazed multiple times. Rangiora is used for both wildlife and livestock grazing purposes.
Barnapoli is a new medium tall forage rape variety, that produces very high yields, high protein levels, and high digestibility. Barnapoli ranked number one in a recent sheep grazing study, outperforming all other varieties of any Brassica species.
3-5 lbs / acre A premium mixture of improved forage varieties to be used when maximum yield potential is desired, while still retaining the cover crop benefits. Radish and Hybrids have deep penetrating tap roots. Rapes and Cabbage have dense fibrous root systems. This brassica mixture can be used alone or as a base for […]
3-5 lbs / acre An economy mixture to be used wnen forage yield is of secondary importance, also an excellent choice for low fertility and low rainfall situations. This brassica mixture can be used alone or as a base for a custom cocktail cover crop mixture 50% Radish-Daikon Type 18% Ethiopian Cabbage 16% Turnip-Purple Top […]
30-35 lbs / Acre Very frost tolerant to maximize late growth add 20-35 lbs Winter Rye for more diversity and overwintering potential. 40% Winter Pea–FrostMaster 20% Hairy Vetch 15% Common Vetch 15% Winter Lentil–Morton 5.0% Winter Rape—Dwarf Essex 5.0% Winter Forage Rape—Barsica or Winfred
20-25 lbs / Acre Early spring plant for cover crop and grazing. 30.0% Forage Pea 20.0% Common Vetch 20.0% Lentil 15.0% Annual Ryegrass 7.5% Radish-Daikon type 2.5% Dwarf Essex 2.5% Purple Top 2.5% Ethiopian Cabbage
40-50 lbs /Acre Plant from late spring thru mid summer optimal growth in the heat of the summer. 30.0% Soybean 25.0% Cowpea 17.5% Sorgo/Sudan 5.0% Pearl Millet 5.0% Foxtail Millet 7.5% Sunflower 5.0% Daikon Type 2.5% Dwarf Essex 2.5% Purple Top Foxtail Millet
25-30 lbs / Acre Adding peas and substituting in forage brassicas increase yield potential, sudan grass/pearl millet have very low prussic acid for an extra margin of safety. 40.0% Forage Pea 20.0% Common Vetch 10.0% Sudangrass 10.0% Pearl Millet 7.0% Forage Radish-Graza 4.5% Forage Turnip-Barkant 4.5% Forage Rape-Rangiora 4.0% Hybrid Brassica-Hunter
25-30 lbs / Acre Maximizes Nitrogen Fixation 16.7% Soybean 16.7% Forage Pea 13.7% Cow Pea 13.3% Common Vetch 13.3% Lentil 6.7% Crimson Clover 6.7% Radish–Daikon type 3.3% Sweetclover 3.3% Red Clover 3.3% Rape–Dwarf Essex 3.3% Turnip–Purple Top
20-25 lbs /Acre Our standard “cocktail” mixture. 35.0% Common Vetch 22.5% Lentil 12.5% Sorghum Sudan 2.5% Pearl Millet 2.5% Foxtail Millet 7.5% Sunflower 7.5% Radish- Daikon Type 5.0% Winter Canola 2.5% Turnip 2.5% Ethiopian Cabbage Foxtail Millet
an economy mixture to be used when forage yield is of secondary importance also an excellent choice for low fertility and low rainfall situations 3-5 lbs / acre 55% Radrsh-Dalkon Type 18% Turnip-Purple Top 18% Winter Canola 9% Ethiopian Cabbage
a premium nurture of improved forage varieties to be used when maximun yield potential is desired. while still retainng the cover crop benefits Radishi and Hybrids have deep penetrating tap roots. Rape has dense fibrous root 3-5 lbs; acre 35% Graza Fodder Radish 24% Barkant Turnip 24% Rangiora Rape 17% Hunter Hybrid
a mix with excellent cold tolerance, ideally suited for situations where mid winter grazing is desired, also tow fertility and low rainfall tolerant 2-4 lbs / acre 50% Winfred Hybrid 25% Turnip-Purple Top 25% Winter Canoia
lower cost mix best used when growing conditions are less than ideal, such as low fertility and/or lower rainfall dry land conditions Spring 4-6 lbs / acre Fall 2-4 lbs / acre 67% Turnip-Purple Top 33% Winter Canola
similar to the spring mix but with a higher percentage of forage turnip to take advantage of the turnips yield potential from one or two grazings 2-4 lbs / acre 60% Barkant Turnip 15% Winfred Hybrid 15% Rangiora Rape 10% Hunter Hybrid
high percentage of hybrid and rape for their aggressive establishment and re-growth potential, leafier forage type turnips with grazing tolerance and high yield potential 4-6 lbs/acre 35% Hunter Hybrid 25% Rangiora Rape 20% Winfred Hybrid 20% Bartcant Turnip
Cover Crop Mixes Cover Crop Seed
Summer, autumn and winter feed option Ready to graze in 10-12 weeks High quality feed Excellent regrowth potential- up to 4 bulk grazings Outstanding tolerance to dry conditions Deep tap root Can be autumn-sown for winter feed
• Early maturing, 6-8 weeks, minimal ripening requirement • Excellent quality and forage yields in fertile moist conditions • Fast recovery from grazing with excellent subsequent yields • Strong plant survival • Low proportion of bolting plants from a mid-late spring sowing • Tolerates Turnip Mosaic Virus and Cauliflower Mosaic Virus attack