Aerifi is bred for uniform growth, fast establishment and later maturity; Aerifi flowered 3-4 days later than the competitors variety. Aerifi was also bred to produce an extra long tap root. In 2013 Aerifis’ tap root was 130% longer than a leading competitor brand and in 2014 it was 110% longer.
Vivant is a quick-growing, leafy brassica with minimal bulb development well suited for multiple grazings. Vivant was selected for late bolting and vigorous regrowth. Vivant is adapted for forage and cover crop applications.
Jackpot Forage Turnip is a new low-growing variety to be utilized in grazing operations, or as a solid cover crop, promoting dense quick coverage with its growth habit. Jackpot’s bulb doesn’t protrude from the ground like other purple-top types, protecting it from hoof traffic and supporting regrowth.
Ranahan is an ideal choice for beef and dairy cattle providing season long production. The higher intake and more digestible fiber of tetraploid ryegrass can mean greater animal performance.