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Cattlemans Choice F/T Sorghum and Sudan

Cattlemans Choice F/T Sorghum and Sudan

Cattlemans Choice F/T Sorghum and Sudan

Resembles sudangrass but is taller, has larger stems and leaves

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FE PS2 BMR Sorghum x Sudan

FE PS2 BMR Sorghum x Sudan

FE PS2 BMR Sorghum x Sudan

A new brown midrib sorghum X sudangrass hybrid with exceptional palatability and digestibility

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FE Untr PS2 BMR Sorghum x Sudan

FE Untr PS2 BMR Sorghum x Sudan

FE Untr PS2 BMR Sorghum x Sudan

A new brown midrib sorghum X sudangrass hybrid with exceptional palatability and digestibility

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Pro Max BMR Sudangrass

Pro Max BMR Sudangrass

Pro Max BMR Sudangrass

Pro-Max is the first BMR Low Lignin Hybrid Sudangrass to hit the market

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PE PS2 Dwarf Grain Sorghum

PE PS2 Dwarf Grain Sorghum

PE PS2 Dwarf Grain Sorghum

Known as a high-energy, drought tolerant crop

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Preferred Peas & Triticale

Preferred Peas & Triticale

Preferred Peas & Triticale

A blend of 55% Maxum 4010 Forage Canadian Field Peas and 45% improved forage Triticale

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Preferred Peas & Oats

Preferred Peas & Oats

Preferred Peas & Oats

A blend of 50% high yielding, palatable forage oats and 50% improved forage Canadian field peas

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Forage Pea

Forage Pea

Forage Pea

A valuable source of forage protein

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Forage Triticale

Forage Triticale

Forage Triticale

A highly versatile forage for grazing, silage, balage, and boot-stage hay

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Forage Oats

Forage Oats

Forage Oats

An annual crop used for quick forage yields or excellent grain

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Forage Soybeans

Forage Soybeans

Forage Soybeans

Typically harvested for use as hay or silage

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Buckwheat

Buckwheat

Buckwheat

A fast establishing annual cover crop

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Japanese Millet

Japanese Millet

Japanese Millet

A warm season annual crop commonly grown for mid season grazing and forage production

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Austrian Winter Peas

Austrian Winter Peas

Austrian Winter Peas

Closely related to garden peas. They can grow to lengths of 5 feet or more if planted in fertile soils.

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Winter Rye

Winter Rye

Winter Rye

A winter cover crop for green manure or late season erosion control

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