Optimum animal performance is at the very heart of our selection criteria when it comes to considering varieties for inclusion within our mixtures.
As an independent company, our unique relationships with like-minded companies and plant breeders worldwide allows us to consider the very best varieties for selection. This independence enables us to take an objective view on varietal selection ensuring that varieties are included entirely on their own merits.
We are enthusiastic supporters of our regional recommended lists that together with our own trials and technical experience, play an important role in providing us the necessary independent data to make our selections.
All varieties contained in our Mixtures are ‘First Choice’ as published in the Grass and Clover Varieties for Scotland.
Very high yielding with very good D values and ground cover for an Italian.
Capable of producing high D values for first and second cuts. Good yields throughout the season.
High yielding variety with good spring growth.
A good variety with the highest D value in the second cut.
Good spring growth. Yields particularly well at the first silage cut.
INTERMEDIATE PERENNIAL RYEGRASS
A new introduction with many of the same outstanding attributes as AberMagic, including better mid season D value in the second cut and spring growth under grazing.
Outstanding variety for yield and quality under both cutting and grazing. Excellent autumn growth with good quality and ground cover.
An excellent new high sugar variety that produces good yields under both managements.
Excellent yields under both managements, in particular late season grazing. Very good D value under grazing.
Very good yields under both managements with very good early spring growth. Myst be cut early to mainatin quality at 1st cut.
One of the best varieties for winter hardiness. Excellent mid and late season growth.
A similar variety to Bree with good all round characters.
Good all round variety, having high total annual yields under conservation management. Excellent spring growth.
Very good yields under both managements. Quality is especially good after second cut.
High yielding variety with particularly good spring growth for grazing with a high D value rating.
Very high D value under grazing management.
Combines good yields either cut or grazed with excellent quantity under grazing.
The highest yielding variety of its type. Exceptional spring growth in a grazing situation.
LATE PERENNIAL RYEGRASS
Outstanding new variety, probably the best of its type currently available.
Produces good yields under both managements and good ground cover.
Excellent grazing variety. Under a cutting regime produces excellent quality.
Excellent performance under both cutting or grazing regimes.
From the same stable as Foxtrot with similar attributes.
Very even performance over the grazing season. First cut and grazing yields are excellent.
An outstanding new high sugar variety. The highest yielding late tetraploid under both grazing and conservation management. It has the best spring growth and D value figures.
A similar variety to AberBite, however it does head slightly later. Good yields and quality at the first cut and good seasonal pattern of growth under grazing.
Good overall conservation yields and also good ground cover.
Very good variety under both managements with excellent seasonal growth.
Has a very dense sward for a tetraploid. Produces excellent quality first and second cut silages.
Best spring growth of the timothys, with excellent ground cover and autumn performance.
Good yields in mid-summer with good ground cover.
Very good clover variety, good performance in both early and late in the season.
Productive variety better suited to light defoliation.
Excellent variety showing good yields throughout the season.
High yielding and good ground cover.
Excellent variety with good yields in years 1, 2 & 3.
Most persistent red clover variety with outstanding yields in its third year