Renovator Pasture Mix

  • Superior Value
  • Excellent milk production per acre
  • Very high forage yield
  • Easily frost seeded, broadcast or drilled
  • Top choice for grazing, greenchop, or hay
Renovator Pasture Mix

Application:

  • Use for renovation existing pasture
  • Suited for hay field applications such as dairies
  • Improving weak alfalfa stands

Seeding Rates:

Seeding rates for pasture or hay field renovation varies according to the quality and quantity of the existing forage in the field.

  • Pastures: 20-40lbs./acres (20# if pasture is very good, 40# if pasture is poor)
  • Alfalfa hay field renovation: 5-10 lbs./acre
  • Clover can be added at no more than 1-2 lbs./acre.

Show Horse Pasture Mix

  • Excellent season long performance
  • Very high yielding forage
  • Endophyte-free forage
  • Excellent for grazing
Show Horse Pasture Mix

Application:

  • Use for starting a new pasture
  • Suited for hay field applications such as dairies
  • Improving weak alfalfa stands

Seeding Rates:

Seeding rates for pasture or hay field renovation varies according to the quality and quantity of the existing forage in the field.

  • Pastures: 35-50 lbs./acre drilled, 40-50 lbs./acre by broadcast
  • Alfalfa hay field renovation: 3-5 lbs./acre
  • Clover can be added at no more than 1-2 lbs./acre.

Methods of Seeding:

Use of a Brillion seeder, a no-till or a culti-packer is ideal. Frost seeding works well also, especially if the animals are allowed to “hoof” it into the existing pasture. Seed to soil contact is vital to having a successful stand. Plant the seed ¼ inch deep. Each of these grass establishes quickly but weed control and proper management on the initial gratings is vital to stand establishment.

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