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Brassicas

  • Doublemax Radish NEW Click here for PDF
    Dual Nematode Resistance

  • Tillage Radish

  • Daikon Radish

  • Forage Collards

  • Hercules Brand Turnips
    Tubular type variety with excellent yields, the shape makes it easy for cattle to pull. 

  • Akela Brand Forage Rape
    Very leafy, palatable plant with high levels of protein.

  • Purple Top Turnip

  • Viva Hybrid Forage Brassica NEW!
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  • Malwira Brand Turnip Rape
    Turnip/Rape cross, improved early vigour, improved palatabilty, excellent recovery after grazing.

  • Inka Brand Marrowstem Kale
    A high yielding giant kale developed for cattle grazing.

Legumes

  • Winner Brand Berseem Clover
    Excellent covercrop due to its rapid seedling growth and Nitrogen producing capability. Good option for thickening up declining alfalfa stands.

  • Laser Brand Persian Clover
    Well adapted to various soil types, tolerating both waterlogging and mild soil salinity. Very palatable and highly digestible, excellent feed value and early vigour.

  • H.O. Brand Crimson Clover
    Grows quickly making it ideal in providing quick or early N, also a nutrient scavenger. Deep red blossoms produce lots of nectar and are beneficial for pollinators.

  • Subterranean Clover
    Low prostrate growth pattern gives excellent weed suppression; Nitrogen fixer with good shade tolerance. 

  • S.C. Red Clover

  • Hungvillosa Brand Hairy Vetch
    Is the most winter hardy and drought tolerant of the vetches. Needs to be mowed or incorporated before seed matures when used as a cover crop. 

  • Ebena Brand Common Vetch
    Common vetch is less winter-hardy than hairy vetch, both are significant producers of N. Vigorous spring growth, produces an abundance of biomass.

  • Azuro Brand Lupin/Sweet Lupin

  • Chickling Vetch

  • Serradella

  • Bombus White Clover

  • Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover

Broadleaves

  • Balo Brand Phacelia Click here for PDF
    Has the ability to finely aggregate the top few inches of soil, plants appear ferny and produce beautiful flowers, attracting large array of beneficial pollinator insects. 

  • Chicory

  • Plantain

  • Buckwheat

  • Brigadier Brand Feed Beet
    Distinctive long cylindrical orange bulbs, great option for grazing. Softer bite, suitable for feeding younger stock.

  • Safflower (Spineless)

  • Sunflower

Grasses

  • Harmony Italian Ryegrass Blend
    A great combination of both Diploid & Tetraploid Italian Ryegrasses; increased forage yield as well as outstanding sugar content.

  • Melquatro Italian Ryegrass Click here for PDF

  • Tetra Brand Annual Ryegrass

  • Sorghum Sudangrass

  • BMR Sorghum Sudangrass

  • Peas and Oats Mix

  • Teff Grass

  • Hykor Brand Festulolium
    Tall Fescue x Italian Ryegrass; Excellent component in alfalfa/grass mixtures where optimum yield & quality is desired.

  • Merlin Brand Festulolium
    Meadow Fescue x Italian Ryegrass; Improved persistence/productivity over Italian ryegrass, increased sugar/energy content.

  • Japanese Millet

  • Pearl Millet

  • German Millet

If you have any questions we are always happy to help!