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DAIRY - BEEF - SHEEP - SILAGE

Long-term, highly flexible dual purpose mixture.

The concept

CUT & GRAZE is a long-term, top class, highly flexible, dual purpose mixture with clover, which produces top quality forage suitable for cutting and grazing.

It produces highly palatable forage, thus creating a highly flexible ley with clover.

THE REASONS

  • This mixture delivers maximum production by using the top yielding varieties including GLENARM with its excellent first silage cut
  • The high proportion of tetraploid varieties ensures better drought resistance and higher water soluble carbohydrate content
  • FINTONA is the highest yielding perennial ryegrass ever in the UK with unrivalled spring grazing yields and impressive sward density for the type
  • ENSIGN white clover blend is included for nitrogen fixation and increased protein content
  • Contains only varieties recommended by DARD

Supplied as 14 kg per acre packs. Sowing: 1,838 seeds/m2


Cut & Graze (NI)

The product

When to sow

Sow when soil temperature is above 8C - clover will germinate at 10C.

When to cut

Produces highly digestible forage from a late May-early June first cut with the mixture averaging over 70% D value throughout the season.

When to graze

This top-quality dual purpose mixture has the ability to be grazed from early spring through to late summer. 

If it's being used as cut and graze, the mixture will deliver two exceptional silage cuts and early summer grazing, making it truly flexible.


In the bag

3Kg Fintona - Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass (TET)

3Kg Dundrum - Late Perennial Ryegrass (TET)

3Kg Clanrye - Late Perennial Ryegrass (DIP)

2.5Kg Moira - Intermediate Perennial Ryegrass (DIP)

1.5Kg Glenarm - Late Perennial Ryegrass (DIP)

1Kg Ensign - White clover blend

Facts

Sowing rate 14kg per acre

Information

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  • Designed for use in Northern Ireland

Features

10/10 Silage
10/10 Sheep
10/10 Dairy
10/10 Beef
10/10 Docks are a problem in the field
10/10 Ley is mainly for grazing with some cutting
10/10 Long term / Permanent
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