Emergency Forages

When forages are in tight supply, farmers might look for short-season crops to restock their inventories.  These products including pea blends, sorghum-sudan and grains, can help growers build feed inventories in a shorter time frame.

  • Certified Lacey Barley Certified Lacey Barley

    Certified Lacey Barley

    Lacey has consistently been a top yielding barley since its release. Lacey received favorable reviews for malting and brewing characteristics including high malt extract, low soluble protein, and high alpha-amylase activity. Extremely respectable for...

    $14.95
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  • 4010 Peas & Oats

    4010 Peas & Oats

    60% Oats 40% Peas Drill approximately 3/4″ deep and seed at 120-150 lbs/acre (less if underseeding legumes). Plan on harvesting 50-60 days after planting. Harvesting when small grain is at the boot stage will provide the best quality. Waiting...

    $18.00
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  • Econo-Alfalfa Econo-Alfalfa

    Econo-Alfalfa

    An economical blended alfalfa with great multifoliate leaf expression. Fall Dormancy - 4.0 Winterhardiness - 2.0 DRI - 28/30 Great multifoliate leaf expression!

    $119.00
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  • Sorghum Sudangrass Sorghum Sudangrass

    Sorghum Sudangrass

    Warm season grass Excellent biomass producer Supresses annual weeds such as velvetleaf, crabgrass, foxtail and more Has shown some nematode suppression Provides an abundance of high quality forage Seed at 35-40 lbs/acre Buckwheat and cow peas are great...

    $57.00
  • 4010 Peas & Barley

    4010 Peas & Barley

    60% Barley 40% 4010 Peas Drill approximately 3/4″ deep and seed at 120-150 lbs/acre (less if underseeding legumes). Plan on harvesting 50-60 days after planting. Harvesting when small grain is at the boot stage will provide the best quality...

    $17.25
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  • Spring Triticale

    Spring Triticale

    A close relative of wheat that results from pollinating Duram Wheat with rye pollen The resulting grain is then used in a breeding program to produce stable self-replicating triticale The basic objective in creating this cross is to capture the best...

    $6.95
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  • 4010 Peas & Triticale 4010 Peas & Triticale

    4010 Peas & Triticale

    60% Triticale 40% 4010 Peas Drill approximately 3/4″ deep and seed at 120-150 lbs/acre (less if underseeding legumes). Plan on harvesting 50-60 days after planting. Harvesting when small grain is at the boot stage will provide the best quality...

    $18.75
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  • Berseem Clover Berseem Clover

    Berseem Clover

    Recognized by many as the “King of Cover Crops.” Can produce as much as 3 ton/acre of biomass and as much as 200# of nitrogen/acre. Cool season legume Unmatched biomass to nitrogen fixing yields A non-bloating clover Seed at 8-12 lbs/acre...

    $150.00
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  • Reclaimers Mix Reclaimers Mix

    Reclaimers Mix

    50% Italian Ryegrass, 45% Festulolium, 5% Meadow Bromegrass. Incorporate with winter damaged alfalfa for quick and palatable grasses.   Incorporate with winter damaged alfalfa for quick and palatable grasses Dairy, beef,...

    $69.95
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  • BMR (Brown Mid-Rib) Sorghum Sudangrass BMR (Brown Mid-Rib) Sorghum Sudangrass

    BMR (Brown Mid-Rib) Sorghum Sudangrass

    Livestock weight gain will be significantly higher when switched to this highly palatable super tonnage forage. The BMR gene reduces lignin content in the entire plant, resulting in more digestible body building nutrients. Graze, chop, or round bale. ...

    $85.00
  • Italian Ryegrass Italian Ryegrass

    Italian Ryegrass

    Cool season grass Fibrous root system that prevents erosion Excellent nutrient accumulator, especially N When mixed with a legume, does an excellent job suppressing weeds Makes an excellent, high quality forage, protein as high as 17% Seeding depth...

    $89.00
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  • Teff Grass

    Teff Grass

    34% Seed Coating Annual, warm season grass – Should be planted when soil temperatures reach 65 degrees Fast growing, high yielding Harvest 45-55 days after planting, multiple cuttings are possible Can be harvested as dry hay, silage or grazed

    $152.50
  • Frosty Berseem Clover

    Frosty Berseem Clover

    Frosty berseem clover is much more frost tolerant than regular berseem clover, allowing more green later into the fall.  Quickly produces significant forage Cool season, annual legume Protein levels of 20 to 30 percent Can thrive in wet conditions,...

    $155.00
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