• Feast II (Tetraploid) Italian Ryegrass

    Description

    Feast II is a late maturity, true Italian, tetraploid annual ryegrass with improved drought tolerance. Exhibits profuse tillering and rapid growth of very high sugar digestible forage. Feast II has practically no reheading for season long regrowth. Drill into Dynamite frost seeded clover, wheat stubble and take off as bailage in the fall for maximum synergistic bypass protein feed value.

     

    Seeding Rate

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

  • Oro Verde (Tetraploid) Perennial Ryegrass

    Description

    Oro Verde is a late maturity tetraploid perennial ryegrass with improved winter hardiness and drought tolerance. Excellent disease resistance and highly digestible forage. Later maturity lends it to alfalfa hay mixtures.

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 10 lbs. per acre in hay mixtures.

  • Grand Daddy (Tetraploid) Perennial Ryegrass

    Description

    Grand Daddy is an early maturity tetraploid perennial ryegrass. Produces very early spring high quality forage. Especially useful in paddock and pasture renovations.

     

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 8 to 10 lbs. per acre in combination with paddock or pasture mixes.

  • Persist Orchardgrass

    Description

    Persist is an early maturity, persistent pasture orchardgrass. It is extremely heat and drought tolerant, yet withstands cold winters. Close grazing and improved digestibility, when combined with red and white clovers.

    Seeding Rate

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

  • Harvestar Orchardgrass

    Description

    An improved late maturity orchardgrass selected for increased yields and cold tolerance. Its broader spreading and more crown growth habit gives Harvestar the ability to handle close grazing. Good rust resistance. Maturity range makes it compatible with rapid recovery alfalfa varieties.

     

    Seeding Rate

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

  • Profit Orchardgrass

    Description

    Profit is a late maturity orchardgrass bred primarily for yield potential and compatibility with alfalfa for hay production. Superior rust resistance provides high quality hay. Demonstrated winter hardiness and disease resistance provide persistent long lasting stands.

    Seeding Rate

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

  • Tekapo Orchardgrass

    Description

    Tekapo is unique among orchardgrasses, in that it has a low crown and dense, prostrate growth habit adapting it to close grazing. It’s long soft leaves make it highly palatable and digestible with the unmatched orchardgrass feed value. A medium/late maturity, it’s the leading choice for intensive grazing pastures.

    Seeding Rate

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

  • Duo Festulolium

    Description

    Duo festulolium is a cross between meadow fescue and tetraploid perennial ryegrass. The genetic cross provides summer heat tolerance and winter hardiness. As a tetraploid it has a high sugar content that is easily digestible. Use for in combination forage mixes for hay, grazing or green chop.

     

    Seeding Rate

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

  • Power (Tetraploid) Perennial Ryegrass

    Description

    Power is a medium maturity tetraploid perennial ryegrass with improved winter hardiness. It has wide succulent palatable leaves, for high energy, highly digestible forage. Vigorous regrowth for rotational grazing.

    Seeding Rate

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

  • MacBeth Meadow Brome

    Description

    MacBeth is an early maturing meadow brome with excellent winter hardiness. A long lived perennial grass that spreads by short rhizomes. 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 mixes.

  • Preval Meadow Fescue

    Description

    Preval is a medium maturity, meadow fescue with excellent winter hardiness. Combines very good early spring growth with summer grazing regrowth. Tolerates close grazing and wet soils. It is an ideal component of rotational grazing systems.

    Seeding Rate

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

  • Goliath Forage Type Tall Fescue

    Description

    An endophyte free, persistent tall fescue. Produces abundant spring and fall growth. Its nutrient value makes it an excellent choice for fall stock piling, winter grazing.

     

    Seeding Rate

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

  • Bronson (Endophyte Free) Tall Fescue

    Description

    An endophyte free tall fescue with deep rooting capacity that withstands heat and drought. Bronson has very soft leaves and provides good feed value and digestibility. The top choice among tall fescues for hay and pastures.

     

    Seeding Rate

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

  • ProMax Sudangrass

    Description

    ProMax is a BMR low lignin hybrid sudangrass. Its aggressive tillering, fine stem growth habit produces multiple cuttings of forage with much improved fiber digestibility. Start grazing at 25 to 30 inches and cutting hay at 40 inches, leaving 6 to 8 inches of stubble.

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 25 to 30 lbs. per acre.

  • Kopu II White Clover

    Description

    A New Zealand white clover selected for its high stolen density, season long growth, persistence and high yields. Noted for large leaf size and upright growth habit. Adapted to rotational grazing.

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 3 lbs. per acre in pasture mixes or 5 lbs. per acre in hay mixtures.

  • Jumbo II Ladino Clover

    Description

    Jumbo II Ladino clover was bred specifically for the US market, out yields all other ladino clovers by 10 to 15 percent in grazing trials. Exhibits aggressive tillering to provide a dense forage canopy. A must pasture component, that also fixes nitrogen for forage grasses. Adapted for frost seeding!

    Seeding Rate

    Seed: 3 to 5 lbs. per acre n pasture mixes.