Small Grains Forages

Hay Bales Harvest

Winter Forage Triticale

Grass forage seeds and plants
SY 813

• Awnletted
• Versitile
• Good winterhardiness
• Medium maturity
• Medium plant height
• Good grazer
• Excellent forage

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SY 718

• Awnletted
• Prostrate fall growth habit
• Very good fall seedling vigor
• Good winterhardiness
• Medium maturity
• Good straw strength
• Tolerant of rust
• Good fall forage
• High silage yields
• Adapted to a large area including Central and Northern Plains

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Forage Cereals Seeds

Spring Forage Oats

Shooting Star Oats

• GOOD YIELD PER ACRE
• IMPROVED STANDABILITY
• EARLIER MATURITY
• COMPACT PANICLE
• MEDIUM HEADING
• IMPROVED DISEASE RESISTANCE

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Everleaf 126 Forage Oats

• MORE DRY MATTER TONNAGE/ACRE
• EXCELLENT STANDABILITY
• MEDIUM  MATURITY
• COMPACT PANICLE
• DELAYED HEADING
• GOOD DISEASE RESISTANCE

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Jerry Oats

Jerry Oats Seed is a western oat that is really tall and leafy therefore excellent for forage but also grain yields better than common.

Monida Oats

Monida is a high yielding variety of medium height. It is a mid-season oat with plump, short, white kernels, and frequently has a lower test weight than Otana

Forage Barley

Barley Seeds and Plants
Lavina

LAVINA (MT981397) is a two rowed hooded spring barley and is a cross between ‘Haybet’ and
‘Baronesse’. ‘Haybet’ (P.I.533600) was developed by USDA-ARS and the Montana Experiment Station
and was released in April 1989. Haybet is a two-rowed, hooded, white kernel, spring barley developed
as a forage barley and derived from the cross ‘Betzes*7/”Strip Tease’. Baronesse is a two-rowed feed
barley developed in Germany and marketed by Westbred LLC in the United States.

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Spring Forage Peas

4010

4010 PEAS are a purple flower spring pea and can be planted in either spring or fall. Grows best in cooler climates. High-protein forage for grazing haylage/baleage, but supplement with hay or plant in a mix with oats, spring triticale, or spring barley for added effective fiber and a slower rate of passage. Alone, the feed value is comparable to alfalfa haylage. Large leaves and excellent palatability.

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Austrian Winter Peas

Austrian winter peas are a cool season legume. They showcase better cold tolerance than other field peas and are frequently planted as a fall, nitrogen producing cover crop or within food plot mixtures for forage. Small grains are usually combined with the peas to support upright growth.