Showing 33–48 of 49 results

Placeholder

Sainfoin

Sainfoin is a winter hardy, non-bloat legume whose forage is high in quality, very palatable and readily consumed. It is deep-rooted and very drought resistant.

Placeholder

Siberian Millet

An early maturing hay type, adapted to the northern Great Plains. Requires approximately 60 to 75 days to harvest. Early maturity is its strong point as the plant is short and not a heavy yielder. Seeds are orange in color.

Placeholder

Sorghum

Widely cultivated as a grain and forage, a drought tolerant bunchgrass type. Typically used for milo grain production in the south and forage production in the north.

Placeholder

Sorghum-Sudangrass

Honey Sweet is an extra sweet and juicy three-way cross. The natural sweetness from the sorgo parent makes highly palatable and nutritious forage for grazing, green chop or hay. It is the smart choice for Livestock producers in providing economical quality feed for livestock use. Excellent regrowth occurs after grazing or clipping cut at pre-boot stage for maximum tonnage and palatability.

Placeholder

Sorghum-Sudangrass Seed

Honey Sweet is an extra sweet and juicy three-way cross. The natural sweetness from the sorgo parent makes highly palatable and nutritious forage for grazing, green chop or hay. It is the smart choice for Livestock producers in providing economical quality feed for livestock use. Excellent regrowth occurs after grazing or clipping cut at pre-boot stage for maximum tonnage and palatability.

Placeholder

Strawberry Clover

Strawberry clover is a short- lived perennial with some creep- ing ability. It is tolerant of wet saline and alkaline soils. May be used for erosion control.

Placeholder

Sudangrass

Highly palatable and high yielding summer annual forage. Adapted to many types of soils and environments, use with caution when grazing or haying because of Nitrates and prussic acid.

Placeholder

Travois Alfalfa

An improved alfalfa with excellent winter hardiness. Best used for mixed grass pasture applications. This alfalfa spreads from lateral buds and is a low growing alfalfa. Not suited for alfalfa hay production. Considered a Fall Dormancy 2 variety.

Placeholder

Triticale

Triticale is a hardy hybrid of wheat and cereal rye producing a high yield of forage. Combination of grain quality, productivity, and disease resistance of wheat with the vigor and hardiness of rye. Both winter and spring types were developed, with emphasis on spring types.

Placeholder

Vernal

A later released university “public” variety with improved forage quality and yield. Used as a testing standard alfalfa in yield trials. Vernal is a short lived variety suitable for shorter crop rotations where yield expectations are moderate. A Fall Dormancy 2 variety.

Placeholder

Vernal Alfalfa

A later released university �public� variety with improved forage quality and yield. Used as a testing standard alfalfa in yield trials. Vernal is a short lived variety suitable for shorter crop rotations where yield expectations are moderate. A Fall Dormancy 2 variety.

Placeholder

Wheat

Wheat is an annual or biennial grass that is widely cultivated in temperate regions in many varieties for its commercially important grain. There are many different varieties of Wheat grown throughout the world, such as Soft/Hard/White/Red; however there are only two classifi cations of wheat, winter and spring. Each particular type of Wheat, Hard Red, Soft Red, Hard White, Soft White, and Durum have a different use in the flour milling industry, and may require slightly diff erent climatic growing conditions.

Placeholder

White Blossom Clover

White clover is a short grow- ing biennial used for grazing or haylage. It is shallow rooted and spreads by creeping branches which root at the nodes. It grows best under cool, fer- tile, moist conditions. It is an aggressive creeper.

White Dutch Clover (Trifolium repens)

White dutch clover is short- lived creeping perennial. It is shallow-rooted so it makes a good choice for lawns and pasture mixes. Very cold hardy.

Placeholder

White Proso Millet

White proso millet is used primarily for birdseed. It grows to about 30 inches and its stems are hollow and coarse. Seed color varies among varieties, from white, cream, red to brown or black. Depending on variety and growing season, proso millet requires 70 to 100 days to mature grain.

Placeholder

White Wonder Millet

A foxtail millet that is used primarily as a forage crop, but can used for grain. Stems are heavy and the heads are dense and bristly. Can be over 50 inches in height, and can be cut 75 to 90 days after seeding.