Long-Term

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Persistence winter hardiness and longevity are key criteria when selecting constituents in our longterm mixtures. Selecting the correct grass type for the individual site is vital to achieve a productive sward which shall perform under some of the toughest conditions in livestock farming.


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The carefully selected blend of persistent and winter hardy ryegrasses make this mixture ideal for sheep and beef units. A persistent sward tailored for spring grazing during lambing time, followed by one heavy cut of silage in mid summer, plus autumn and winter grazing. The recommended seed rate delivers the highest ryegrass seed numbers, per area sown, in our range which can create a dense persistent sward. The inclusion of Timothy increases silage yield and is extremely palatable during spring grazing. White Clover is included with persistence under hard defoliation being the primary consideration.

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A permanent dense sward for grazing cattle and sheep on a wide range of land types. The inclusion of fescues improves persistence and creates a dense tough sward for hard grazing all year round. Ryegrasses and white clovers are selected for persistence and winter hardiness.

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Formulated for the enduring conditions of upland suckler beef units, this sward will perform well on dry soils with harsh growing conditions. The most persistent ryegrasses and clovers are included plus Cocksfoot and Timothy.

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A dense sward with creeping grasses to form a strong turf on peaty soils. Extra Timothy in the mixture maintains productivity and yield on frequently water logged sites with small-leaved clovers also being an important persistent constituent.

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