BONUS is a fine stemmed, warm-season, annual grass that produces multiple crops of high quality forage. BONUS is one of the best performing teff grasses across various university trials and can produce high quality forage in a short growing season.
Carson is an early-maturing timothy variety, reaching 50% head emergence approximately 2 dayslater than Clair and 9 days earlier than Climax. Carson is a high forage yielder producing more rev-enue per acre. It is taller in plant height than Clair, and its panicle length is equal to Clair and Climax.Carson is rated as medium-green, similar to Climax and slightly darker green than Clair.
Endure is the newest chicory variety available. Bred to withstand wetter soils, Endure excels where other chicory varieties fail. Drought tolerant with superb summer production Endure can help your grazing needs all summer long.
An elite perennial ryegrass x meadow fescue cross type, developed for improved forage quality, yield, and persistence. Sugarcrest is a top performer in Cornell variety trials. Outperforms most tall fescues with superior palatability and fiber digestibility with improved persistence over other perennial ryegrass types.
Tuatara, a perennial grazing herb
delivering minerals and improved
liveweight gains. Year-round dry matter
contributor. Source of key minerals Robust cooler season growth. Ideal in wide climate range & fertility. Extended seasonal production.
Dells Forage Meadow Fescue exhibits all the usual characteristics found in meadow fescue like high forage quality, superior winter hardiness, and tolerance to wet soils. Dells is well adapted to the Upp Midwest and Northeastern US cold winters with ongoing testing for its adaptation in other regions.
Foreman Forage Bermudagrass Blend contains three specially selected forage and dual-purpose bermudagrass varieties with geographically diverse back grounds. The genetic diversity of this blend makes it adaptable to a wide range of regions and uses.
Twister is a hybrid rape x turnip cross species developed for forage and cover crops. These hybrid plants produce a highly palatable green top which is why they are often referred to as a leafy turnip. When used for forage they work excellent in grazing mixes with winter annual small grains or spring planted oats and Italian ryegrass.