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An upright, cool-season, reseeding annual legume originating from Euraia that grows to a height of 40 to 50 inches under good conditions. Seeds germinate in the fall, but grow slowly during the winter.

$23.00 /50 lbs. (50 pound bag)

Barley has been grown in many regions. Barley is an excellent grain to feed and produces excellent forage for livestock and wildlife. In many areas there is not a cash market for the grain which has limited its use to mixes for pasture and wildlife.

$17.50$145.00

An upright, cool-season, annual legume native to the Mediterranean region that grows to a height of 30 inches under good conditions. Seeds germinate in the fall, but grow slowly during the winter.

$14.20$121.50

Introduced winter annual and herbaceous legume. The leaves and stems of crimson clover resemble those of red clover, but the leaves are round-tipped with more hair on the stems and leaves.

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Mixture of Wheat, Oats, Rye, Winter Peas, and Turnips. For best results plant late summer through fall and incorporate into the soil 1 to 2 inches.

$47.75 /50lbs. (50 pound bag)

Best when planted late summer or early fall and incorporated 1 to 2 inches in the soil. 50 lbs if drilling in poor soils, if broadcasting increase rate by 25%, if in good soils with good moisture drill at 100 lbs.

$27.00$245.00

Unique cool-season annual legume native to the northeastern Mediterranean region and becoming widely used in North America and other parts of the world. Balansa can be used for grazing, hay, cover cropping, and wildlife feed.

$20.50$180.00

Shallow-rooted clover that is used in grass mixtures for pasture and wildlife. Due to the shallow-roots it likes soils with adequate moisture.

$3.70 /lbs. (pounds)

A major forage crop for the southeastern United States. Common, Kobe, and Korean Lespedeza are annuals. Sericea Lespedeza is perennial.

$32.00$320.00

Selection of naturalized little burr medic developed by Dr. William R. Ocumpaugh of the TAES-Beeville and released by Texas Agricultural Experiment Station.

$23.00 /50lbs. (50 pound bag)

Bob oats are public release of oats and is considered a Red Winter Oat or a Red Rustproof oat compared with oats from the 1865's.

$24.50 /50 lbs. (50 pound bag)

Forage oat that has good disease tolerance, straw strength, good grazer.

$21.00 /50 lbs. (50 pound bag)

Resistant to lodging, medium-early maturity with fair tolerance to barley yellow dwarf virus. Usage is hay, green chop, and forage.

$24.00 /50 lbs. (50 pound bag)

Released in 2005 from Texas A&M system this oat has out performed most other small grains for forage yields and when grazed and harvested has returned highest monetary returns.

$19.30 /50 lbs. (50 pound bag)

Our Pasture mix is a blend of Wheat and Oats. The addition of Oats provides higher quality and more desirable forage and more forage than wheat alone.

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Our Pasture mix is a blend of Wheat and Rye. The addition of Rye provides earlier forage and more forage potential during the colder growing period.

$2.90 /lbs. (pounds)

Radishes are a hardy, very easy-to-grow root vegetable that can be planted multiple times in a growing season.

$32.00 /50 lbs. (50 pound bag)

Elbon Rye was developed in Oklahoma and is a Southern type of cereal rye. Cereal Rye is used in gardens and production fields to control nematodes and as a cover crop. Do not confuse with ryegrass or northern cereal rye.

$23.00 /50 lbs. (50 pound bag)

VNS Rye is a variety not stated cereal rye. Normally this indicates an Northern Cereal Rye which produces less forage than the Southern types. Do not confuse with ryegrass or southern cereal rye.

$24.00$215.00

New rust-resistant, a cultivar of white-flowered, annual sweetclover (Melilotus albus Medik.) adapted to the south and central Texas.

$28.00 /50 lbs. (50 pound bag)

Triticale is a man made plant by crossing Cereal Rye with Wheat. It contains many of the attributes of wheat and rye due to this fact. However, there is no real use for the grain and its use is limited to forage purposes for livestock.

$2.60 /lbs. (pounds)

Turnips grow wild is Siberia. They mature in 2 months and may be planted either in the spring, late summer or fall for roost or greens.

$3.48 /lbs. (pounds)

Europe native legume that is grown as a forage, cover crop, and green manure.  It may be annual or biennial. It has a shallow root system.

$28.00 /50lbs. (50 pound bag)

TAM 114 is a hard red winter variety with excellent drought tolerance and top yield potential combined with a superior disease package.