Clovers may come in a variety of clovers and sizes, but all serve to increase soil fertility by adding nitrogen to the soil. They also add palatibility to any pasture mix. 

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Alsike Clover

Very palatable, high quality hay when mixed with timothy or clovers.

Crimson Clover

Known for its rapid growth and early maturity and crimson red conical flowers.

Ladino Clover

Very palatable. Winter hardy. Plant with a grass to reduce chance of boat.

Medium Red Clover

Excellent for building soil fertility. Good seedling vigor

White Dutch Clover

Excellent to build soil and for erosion control. Makes a good ground cover.

Yellow Blossom Sweet Clover

Cold and drought tolerant. Attracts bees and predatory wasps.