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Castle Mixture
Carrick

Carrick
TM

THE MEDIUM TERM MIXTURE WITH A BROADER HEADING DATE RANGE.

Scotch mule ewe lambs thriving in a newly sown field of Airlie in Berwickshire. The lambs go on to be sold as gimmers.

‘The field was sown in the first week of August after winter barley and will be down for 3-4 years. We will be taking silage off the field and possibly hay/haylage if the weather behaves!’

Carina Calder, AM & A Calder Farms Ltd, Lintlaw, Duns, Berwickshire.

  • Suitable for early cuts of hay and silage.
  • The inclusion of earlier heading varieties makes Carrick suitable for early cuts of hay in particular, but also silage.
  • Good ground cover, mid-season digestibility and grazing yields.
  • Spread of varieties ensures maximum production throughout the season.
  • Available with CAST coated clover blend.

Tetraploid variety (T) content – 25%

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