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Dryland Pasture Mix

A mixture of hardy, cool season grasses, that are drought tolerant and adapt well to the Northern Great Intermountain regions. It provides a good, palatable spring forage and fair regrowth in the fall. This mix may produce a hay crop depending upon available moisture. Widely adapted to many soil types and elevations of 3,000 to 10,000 feet. Ideal for areas not receiving regular irrigation.


Economy Irrigated Pasture Mix

A mixture of perennial, cool season grasses with production in mind. These grasses are high yielding and fast growing especially in spring and fall. Use this mix where water is limited because it includes hardy, drought tolerant grasses.



A short-lived perennial, cool season, introduced bunchgrass. Derived from a cross between either Italian ryegrass and meadow fescue. Its ease of establishment and management, drought resistance, rapid regrowth and good disease resistance are combined with the season long productivity and high forage palatability quality.
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Foothills Mix

Foothills Mix

A mixture developed for elevations of 3,000 to 8,000 feet to provide natural cover under dryland conditions. Contains both cool and warm season grasses adapted to the Western Great Plains and Southwest region. Has excellent cold and drought tolerance. Good for soil stabilization on poor soils.

Four-Wing Saltbush (Atriplex canescens)

Native shrub growing 3 to 8 feet tall. Plant produces yellow, showy fruit from spring to fall with inconspicuous flowers. Attracts butterflies, bees, and many different kinds of wildlife. Provides cover to small animals.


Fowl Bluegrass

A perennial, cool season, native sod forming grass that grows 12 to 24” tall. Prefers fertile sandy to clayey alluvial soils and thrives in moist, cool, temperate climates and has winter hardiness. It is widely distributed in U.S. and used for lawns and landscaping, grows in meadows, stream banks and moist areas in northern U. S., south to New Mexico and California.


Fowl Mannagrass

A tufted perennial herb with short rhizomes that grows up to 40” tall. Found on wet meadows, low woods, bogs, roadside ditches and swamps. Distributed across the eastern half of the US and parts of the west.


Fox Sedge

A perennial herb with thickened rootstocks that grows 8 to 36” tall. Found on wet ditches, ravines, prairie swales and the edges of marshes, springs, lakes and ponds. Distributed across the entire US with the exception of the desert southwest.


Foxtail Barley

A short-lived perennial, cool season, native bunchgrass without rhizomes, growing 12 to 24” tall. Foxtail Barley grows most abundant on poorly drained, wet soils, where textures vary from sandy loams to silty clay loams. It is tolerant of salts and alkali areas, but can be prone to become weedy. It is highly palatable to cattle and wildlife, and moderately palatable to sheep.

Fringed Sagebrush (Artemisia frigida)

Fringed Sagebrush acts as a great soil stabilizer and ground cover. Its deep taproot allows the plant to be drought and cold tolerant. Aromatic gray-green leaves are soft to the touch and woolly. Clusters of small yellow flowers bloom in the summer and attract bees. This plant is an important source of food to elk and deer.


Galleta Grass

A perennial, warm season, native low coarse grass growing 3 to 20” tall. It reproduces from rhizomes and seeds, and occurs in a wide variety of soils, but is most abundant on fine textured soils where other grasses are rare. Galleta is a highly palatable forage plant for cattle, horses, and sheep, particularly when used during late spring and summer. It is useful for roadside seedings, campground, and picnic do to its high traffic tolerance.

Gambel Oak (Quercus gambelii)

Shrub or tree that grows up to 30 feet tall. Green, stringy flowers bloom in the spring followed by acorns ripening in the fall. Flowers attract butterflies and the acorns attract many animals. Plant thrives in partial shade and dry to moist soils.

Gardner Saltbush (Atriplex gardneri)

Evergreen shrub growing up to 20 inches tall. Plant has grayish-green leaves, brown male flowers, and the female flowers are borne on the leafy spikes. Brown seeds follow the fruit. Capable of growing in very poor soils; drought tolerant.




Giant Bur Reed

A stout perennial herb with rhizomes that grows up
to 60” tall. Found in shallow water, marshes, bogs and margins of lakes and streams across the entire US.


Giant Dropseed

A perennial, warm season, native bunchgrass that grows atleast 24” tall. It prefers light sandy and medium loamy soils and requires well-drained soil and preferring acid, neutral and basic or alkaline soils. It cannot grow in the shade and requires dry or moist soil thus making it very drought tolerant. Because is has poor palatability it is commonly used for erosion control on sand dunes or blowouts. Found mainly in NM and other parts of southwest United States.