• Corvallis Teff

    Description

    Corvallis Teff is a medium maturity teff, well suited to hay or grazing in the hot summer months. It is a warm season annual so plant after last frost, with 60 degree soil temps. Corvallis is very fine stemmed, which contributes to fast dry down. Very popular as a horse hay.

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 4 to 6 lbs. per acre

  • Balin Ky Bluegrass

    Description

    Balin Ky Bluegrass shows excellent early spring growth and tolerates close grazing. Recovery from grazing is rapid wih good mid and late summer growth. Maintains a good pasture base over a period of years.

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 2 lbs. per acre in forage mixtures.

  • Cache Meadow Brome

    Description

    Cache is a meadow brome with excellent drought tolerance. Tolerates spring frost for early rapid green up. Rapid regrowth makes it an ideal component in intensive rotational grazing systems. It should not be grazed below three to four inches. Seed size does work well in most drills, but can be broadcast with other pasture seed components.

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 10 lbs. per acre in pasture mixtures.

  • Enhancer Italian Annual Ryegrass

    Description

    Enhancer is a medium maturity, true Italian, tetraploid annual ryegrass. It does not head out in the seeding year, which provides hay or grazing into the summer and fall. It has a high leaf to stem ratio for very digestible forage. Primarily bred for grazing, it can provide an emergency feed put up as haylage.

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 25 lbs. per acre alone or 5 lbs. per acre in pasture mixes.

  • Albion Perennial Ryegrass

    Description

    Albion is a medium maturity tetraploid perennial ryegrass with exceptional heat and drought tolerance. Provides spring and summer long, highly digestible forage. Adapted for both hay and pasture rotational grazing.

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 8 lbs. per acre in hay mixtures and 8 to 10 lbs. per acre in pasture mixes.

  • Cajun II Tall Fescue

    Description

    An endophyte free, early maturity (11 days earlier than Kty 31) tall fescue. Exceptional early spring forage yields and fall growth. Ideal fall stock piling, winter grazing capability.

     

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 25 lbs. per acre alone or 10 to 12 lbs. per acre in combination with hay or pasture mixes.

  • Rustler Tall Fescue

    Description

    A medium/early maturity, endophyte free tall fescue. It roots down for heat and drought tolerance, as well as winter hardiness. Its large soft palatable blades and sturdy crown makes it resistant to overgrazing. Very compatible in mixtures with red and white clovers.

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 25 lbs. per acre alone or 10 to 12 lbs. per acre in combination with hay or pasture mixes.

  • Perun Festulolium

    Description

    Perun Festulolium is a cross between meadow fescue and tetraploid annual ryegrass. From its Italian ryegrass parent it gets rapid establishment, forage quality and palatability. The meadow fescue component provides deeper rooting and summer heat and drought tolerance. Exceptional three year endophyte free forage yields.

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 5 to 7 lbs. per acre in combination with hay or pasture mixes.

  • Sparta Orchardgrass

    Description

    Sparta is a medium tall growing, late maturity (a week later than Pennlate) orchardgrass. Northern climate winter hardiness and resistance to stem rust. Extra leafy genetic trait provides highly palatable forage. Provides versatility for either grazing or hay production.

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 20 lbs. per acre alone or 5 lbs. per acre in hay or pasture mixtures.

  • Crown Royale Orchardgrass

    Description

    A medium to late maturity orchardgrass with excellent cold tolerance. Bred primarily for rapid regrowth Crown Royale is an ideal choice for rotational grazing or hay production. Compatible with both three and four cut alfalfas.

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 20 lbs. per acre alone or 5 lbs. per acre in hay or pasture mixtures.