Pasture and Forage Seeds
 

Arlington Red Clover
Tetraploid Ryegrass
Ladino Clover
Medium Red Clover
Clair Timothy
Climax Timothy
Teton Fescue
Alsike Clover
Orchard Grass
Low Endophyte

Horse Pasture Mix
Pasture Mix #101
Pasture Mix #102
Customized Mixing

 
         
         
       
  Arlington Red Clover
 
 
  Resistant to northern anthracnose and powdery mildew with good winter survival.
 
 
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  Tetraploid Ryegrass
 
     
 

Highly Palatable bunch grass Heads out earlier than others. High Yielder,good forage ryegrass. Tretraploid ryegrasses are considered to be much more digestable and palatable than tall fescue, bromegrass and timothy with higher protein content.
 

 
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  Ladino Clover
 
     
 

Ladino white clover is a giant white clover. The plants grow up to 14 inches high. Ladino recovers quickly from grazing or clipping, as new leaf and flower buds are continually developing on the running stems. Ladino has done best on medium to heavy soils with abundant moisture. However, it will tolerate poor conditions better than some other clovers. It is usually sown in a mixture with grasses. In the South, white clover is a winter annual. It ranks high in feed value and is a highly palatable soil improvement crop.
 

 
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  Medium Red Clover
 
     
 

Medium red clover is the most widely grown. It ranks next to alfalfa in hay value. It is an excellent soil fertility builder. Two hay cuttings can usually be taken per season.
 

 
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  Clair Timothy
 
     
  A vigorous, early maturing variety that matures 1-2 weeks earlier than other varieties, or about the same time as red clover or alfalfa are ready for first cutting.Good Second year production. Also a superior in first year production and aftermath yield.

Climax Timothy
 

Leafy, high yielding, rust resistant variety. Heads out about 7-10 days later than common Timothy. Best when used with legumes
 
 
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  Teton Fescue
 
     
 

Many quality problems of tall fescue are associated with the presence of an endophyic fungus growing in the plants. Many new varieties of tall fescue which contain no endophyte Fungus are available and should be used when establishing new or renovating old pastures. Exclusive grazing of old fescue varieties during the summer occasionally leads to a condition known as “fescue syndrome”, in which cattle retain their winter coat, breath rapidly and gain poorly Using low-endophyte tall fescue varieties eliminates this risk.
 

 
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  Alsike Clover
 
     
 

Adapted to the same general area as red clover. It prefers a heavy, moist soil and will do better than other clovers on poorly drained acid soils. Alsike matures early, has a tendency to lodge and is essentially a "one cut" clover. Because it does well on low, wet land, alsike is well adapted to mixtures with other clovers and grasses, especially timothy. Alsike produces high quality pasture and hay.
 

 
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  Orchard Grass
 
     
 

A Vigorous perennial grass known for its longevity. Planted extensively by cattlemen because of its good grazing from spring until fall, demanding very little time. Can be used for pasture, hay or silage. When cutting for hay, orchard grass should be cut in the bloom stage. Does best on well-drained loam soil.

Pennlate Orchard grass Later Late heading high yielding. Recommended use with ligumes and adaptive maturities. Somewhat winter hardy. A good late orchardgrass
Potomac orchardgrass –early an improved early maturing variety. More resistant to leaf diseases than common orchard. Very productive and persistent; recommended with clover.

Timothy Well Known grass doing best on bottom lands, rich moist loams and clay soil, but not loose, sandy ground. Makes a good pasture when sown with hulled orchardgrass and Ladino clover. A perennial, semi-bunch growth habit used primarily for hay.
 

 
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  Low Endophyte
 
     
  Need data.
Need data.
 
 
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  Horse Pasture Mix
 
 
 
  • Orchard Grass
  • Timothy
  • Kentucky Bluegrass
     
  Plant 25lbs. per acre minimum
 
 
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  Pasture Mix #101
 
 
 
  • Orchard Grass
  • Low Endohyte Fescue
  • Kentucky Bluegrass
  • Amazon Rye
     
  Plant 25lbs. per acre minimum
Can add up to 1lb. Ladino or 2lbs. Med. Red Clover per acre.

Can add other grass or clover to your specifications.
 
 
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  Pasture Mix #102
 
 
 
  • Orchard Grass
  • Timothy
  • Johnstone Fescue
  • Low Endophyte
  • Annual Rye
     
  Plant 25lbs. per acre minimum
Can add up to 1lb. Ladino or 2lbs. Med. Red Clover per acre.
 
 
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  Customized Mixing
 
 
  We have the capability of mixing any combination of grasses you desire. No job too large or small. We stock a large selection of grass on site and have our own mixer. In most cases, grass can be mixed while you wait, and your savings are great.
 
 
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