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Forages

Forages include a wide range of annuals, biennials and perennials that are used to reduce soil erosion, increase soil structure and organic matter and enhance agricultural profitability. Used separately or in combinations, these are the backbone of any pasture. 

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Grain Sorghum

Heat and drought tolerant. Good for deer plots and cover for birds.

Oats, Buck Forage

Great for cool season plantings, as it will go dormant in summer heat.

Oats, Jerry

Very popular tall and leafy oat. Good in forage production and quality and as a straw producer.

Rape, Dwarf Essex (Canola)

Large, flat leaves, bright yellow flowers. Grows rapidly. Prefers cool season

Soybeans

High protein, low fiber forage. Can withstand grazing.

Trefoil, Viking

Very palatable and good winter hardiness. Poor seedling vogor, so it is advised to plant along with a nurse crop, such as grain rye.