Products

  • Weeping Lovegrass 50lb

    A vigorous perennial bunchgrass. Seed stalks are numerous and slender, reaching to 5 feet under the best conditions. Basal leaves are numerous, slender, 10 to 20 inches long, palatable while succulent, but of low palatability when ripe. Plants are semihardy, enduring temperatures to about -10 degree Farenheit. They are readily established by seeding and make a quick ground cover. Seed 1 lb/acre for pasture or 2 to 3 lbs/acre for waterways.
  • Timothy 3 Lb

    Grows 2 to 4 feet tall. Major uses are primarily as a hay plant but also used for pasture. It is popular as a hay crop for horses although other grasses are equally satisfactory. Hay should be cut in the boot or early bloom stage to obtain best quality. Late cut timothy hay is of low quality. Seed are planted at 6 to 8 lb/A with a clover, alfalfa, or trefoil in August, September, or early spring.
  • Southern States Benchmark Plus Orchardgrass Coated 25 Lb

    Southern States Coated Orchardgrass is an early maturing orchardgrass that has been selected for persistence under heavy grazing. It is ideal for pastures or hay with great palatability, excellent plant vigor and superior forage yield. It is also drought tolerant and has resistance to stem rust.
  • Select Fescue 50lb

    Tall fescue is a bunch-type grass, but will spread slowly to form a dense sod. Tall fescue is a deep-rooted, cool-season, perennial grass which works well for gully-healing and erosion control.
  • Select Fescue 3 Lb

    Tall fescue is a bunch-type grass, but will spread slowly to form a dense sod. Tall fescue is a deep-rooted, cool-season, perennial grass which works well for gully-healing and erosion control.
  • Ryegrass Grand Daddy 50lb

    A new generation forage tetraploid perennial ryegrass developed for use in highly productive pastures and hay fields.
  • Premium Perennial 2.25lb

    This blend provides palatable forage when the natural forage is extremely limited. It is an excellent source of needed nutrition for your deer herd before they enter the winter stress period. Attractive and nutritious. A favorite with serious wildlife managers.
  • Peas Winter 50lb

    Field peas are native to Europe, northern Africa and western Asia. The Austrian winter pea (Pisum sativum spp arvense) is a fall-seeded pea introduced from Austria to the Pacific Northwest in the 1930s.
  • Orchardgrass Potomac 50lb

    Perennial bunchgrass. Grows 2 to 3 feet tall. Its major uses include pasture and hay. Forage quality is high under good management. Seed should be planted in September at 15 to 20 lb/A, or 4 to 8 lb/A preferably with a legume. In upper part of Zone C and Zone D, plantings are sometimes make in early spring.
  • Orchardgrass Hulled 50lb

    Perennial bunchgrass. Grows 2 to 3 feet tall. Its major uses include pasture and hay. Forage quality is high under good management. Seed should be planted in September at 15 to 20 lb/A, or 4 to 8 lb/A preferably with a legume. In upper part of Zone C and Zone D, plantings are sometimes make in early spring.
  • Orchardgrass Haymaster 25 Lb

    Haymaster Orchardgrass is a late maturing orchardgrass that can be used in place of haymate, pennlate or other later maturing orchardgrasses. Recommended for orchardgrass legume mixtures. Normal planting rate is 10 to 15 lbs per acre in a solid stand or 2 to 6 lbs per acre in mixtures. Works well with alfalfa or clover. This is a new release and quantities are limited at the present time. Comes in a 25 lb bag.
  • Orchardgrass 3 Lb

    Grows 2 to 3 feet tall. Its major uses include pasture and hay. Forage quality is high under good management. Seed should be planted in September at 15 to 20 lb/A, or 4 to 8 lb/A preferably with a legume. In upper part of Zone C and Zone D, plantings are sometimes make in early spring.
  • Northeast Big Bale Mix 25 Lb

    The Northeast Big Bale mixture is the top gun for producing a large quantity of quality hay. With Alfalfa as the primary component and Timothy and Clover as support species, this mixture will produce high quality hay for a long time. This mixture should be used on soils that can respond to management inputs and support maximum crop productivity.
  • Kentucky Bluegrass 50lb

    Perennial. Rhizomes produce a dense sod. Grows 1 to 3 feet tall. Major uses are pasture, limited use for hay. High nutritive value. Seed are planted at 10 to 15 lb/A in August-September, or sometimes in February-March.