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Perennials

A good perennial pasture should include a mixture of nutrient dense grass varieties suited to your geography and soil type, with a combination of legumes to fix nitrogen and improve the stand longevity. The legumes should include sainfoin and vetch in the mix to reduce the risk of bloat from alfalfa. Ideally, you should rotate cattle through paddocks allowing rest periods after grazing. 

The return on investment and productivity of a well managed perennial forage stand is difficult to beat. A perennial pasture requires a significant upfront investment, but when you amortize that investment over 10 or more years, it is an excellent option. 

HQ Hay Blend

HQ HAY BLEND

HY Power Blend

HY POWER PASTURE BLEND

Nitromaster SA & Grazemaster

Grazemaster

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GRAZEMASTER HQ

Nitro V & Grazemaster

NITROMASTER V

Nitromaster SA & Grazemaster

NITROMASTER SA

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BARRICADE

Grazing Alfalfa- Flemming Sk

ALGONQUIN ALFALFA

Sainfoin flowering

AAC GLENVIEW SAINFOIN

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SELF SEEDER BLEND

SW4107 & Grazemaster

SW4017 HIGH YIELD ALFALFA

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SW4618S HIGH YIELD ALFALFA

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SW4412Y HIGH YIELD ALFALFA

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SW3407 HIGH YIELD ALFALFA

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