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Annual Forages

Annual forages are commonly used for hay, silage or pasture to compliment perennial forage production, or use as emergency feed.

Click on the species/variety list below or use the right-side menu for more details.

Group Variety Features
Sillage/ Grazing/ Greenfeed Sorghum Sudangrass

• Triazine tolerant
• High yields

Millet

• Very good for swath grazing
• Prefers warm growing conditions

Grazing/ Cover Crop Forage Radish

• In season and late season grazing
• Soil improvement

Turnip

• In season and late season grazing
• Prefers cool growing conditions

Pea/Oat Forage Mixture Sprint Maxx

• Superior forage yield
• Excellent forage quality

Pea/Triticale Forage Mix Tripper Maxx

• Superior forage yield
• Excellent forage quality

 

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