Forage Master - England, Wales & Northern Ireland
Five to six year dual purpose ley (early bite)
Average heading date 30th May)
Forage Master is a quality dual purpose ley which can alternate between cutting and grazing.
Its versatility allows one quality bulky silage cut and then three grazing cycles OR five-six grazing cycles starting in late March/early April.
Excellent sward density for persistency under varying intensive management regimes.
The Festulolium and tetraploid content means it will also cope on lighter, drier soil types.
69% of ‘Aber’ high sugar grasses (HSG) are used, meaning extra energy in the form of sugar is available to the rumen microbes. This in turn utilises more available protein from the grass and clover resulting in increased meat or milk production from home grown forage.
Timothy is included as it fills a summer gap and thrives on the wetter heavier soil types.
A white clover blend is used for different management regimes as well as increasing palatability and the ability to fix nitrogen.
- 2.00kg Lofa Advanced hybrid Festulolium
- 2.00kg AberZeus (HSG) Intermediate Diploid PRG
- 2.00kg AberSpey (HSG) Intermediate Tetraploid PRG
- 3.00kg AberAvon (HSG) Late Diploid PRG
- 2.00kg AberGain (HSG) Late Tetraploid PRG
- 1.00kg Comer Timothy
- 1.00kg AberDairy White clover blend
✔ 45% AberSwan Medium leaf white clover
✔ 33% AberDai Medium leaf white clover
✔ 11% Liflex Medium leaf white clover
✔ 11% AberHerald Medium leaf white clover
(No Clover version available. AberAvon increases to 3.50 kg and AberGain increases to 2.50 kg)
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