With improved rust tolerance, Ascend maintains high leaf quality enabling excellent pasture utilisation as well as silage and hay quality during the spring and summer months (upgraded replacement to Winter Star® II)
Concord II delivers increased winter production and solid seasonal dry matter production.
Feast II offers farmers an excellent return on investment achieved by multiple grazing opportunities during cooler months as well as high quality hay and silage later in the season.
Quick to establish, has exceptional rust tolerance and providesquality feed into summer, especially under favourable conditions.
Widely recognised as a market leader with its rapid establishment, increased animal acceptance (due to low aftermath heading) and high disease resistance.
Summer dormant, deep rooted perennial that offers improved persistence for Australian producers.
Confederate phalaris is a winter active phalaris with a similar growth habit to Sirosa and Holdfast.
A prairie grass for Australian producers who are looking for improved productivity, quality and persistence.
Selected for low levels of oestrogen, reducing the risk of fertility problems in breeding animals. Astred is truly flexible making it suitable for finishing systems, dairy pastures and high quality hay production.
Bindoon is a major breakthrough in subterranean clover. It offers the benefits of Red Legged Earth Mite resistance combined with highly productive mid season growth.
Aurus is an upright, summer active cocksfoot with strong winter growth and a parentage that combines Uruguayan and French genetics. For a cocksfoot Aurus displays strong seedling vigour and establishment.
The first new forage brassica species to hit the Australian market in over 30 years. Persistent under multiple grazings and has shown high palatability to stock. With efficient use of water and aphid tolerance it is perfect for many farming operations.
Puna II is a true perennial chicory bred for improved animal performance. It delivers premium quality feed and a high dry matter yield.