There are a lot of choices depending on your farm, soil and rainfall types. We have selected a group of products you can use to power your property and ensure you have the feed you need through the warmer months
Spring sowing of a perennial pasture is a great alternative where rainfall is high and / or irrigation is available.
Forage brassica crops are an ideal complementary feed, especially when pasture quality and quantity declines.
Lucerne is one the most widely used and adapted fodder species fit for a variety of farming situations.
Chicory is a perennial forage herb characterised by high nutritional quality.
Pasja II – the brassica to choose when fast, high quality spring/summer/autumn feed is needed for your stock.
Titan combines early maturity, high dry matter yields and exceptional palatability to deliver a high quality feed option.
Maize is a specialized high performing crop that is used to produce high amounts of feed with high energy.
A consistent and affordable performer. Finely stemmed, Pronto is a leafy, early maturing, high yielding sorghum type Sudan grass.
Italian ryegrass is a fast establishing, winter active ryegrass that is more persistent than annual ryegrass.
With Spring fast approaching, making the right choice of pasture seed is important and will have a long-lasting impact
on your feed budget in 2019 and for years to come. This year’s Pasture Guide has been expanded to include more choices
and varieties to see you through the year. Inside you will find 96 pages of pasture grasses, cereals, legumes, brassica’s,
chicory and maize. The guide provides helpful information on choosing the right ryegrass, covering areas such as
tetraploids and diploids, endophytes and heading dates.
You can also read what other like-minded farmers think of our products.