Dual purpose grazing and grain type wheat, suited to early plantings.
Awnless hay wheat that is late maturing and produces high hay yields suited to specialty markets
Tall, with thin straw, similar digestibility to Swan and better protein and has wide application as a dual purpose hay or grain oat variety.
Late maturing, produces high quality hay with good digestibility, metabolizable energy and crude protein.
Medium maturity producing good hay quality – good digestibility but lower protein than other hay varieties. Intermediate in stem thickness.
Better protien but poorer digestibilty than Swan. Saia is a “sand oat” with origins in South America. It should be cut an earlier growth stage than other varieties to ensure good quality fodder is conserved.
Excellent choice for early sowings with early vigour to give farmers grazing opportunity
Excellent foliar disease resistance profile
Export Hay quality
Moderate-Tall variety providing bulk hay.
Tall thin strawed variety producing high hay yields. Late maturing with similar digestibility and better protien than Swan.
Locally produced true forage oat with late maturity, good recovery from grazing and large leaf size. Shows good tolerance to rusts in WA.
High yielding barley variety with good tolerance to powdery mildew producing quality feed grain
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A mid late forage cereal with reduced awns that will produce good hay or silage yields on poorer soil types and can be harvested for grain.
An acid tolerant sereal suited to poorer sandy soil types. Provides good early feed.