• Excellent mid-level Red Clover
  • Pasture, hay and silage production
Seed Rate Quantities Available
Pasture/Hay: 8-15 lbs/acre
Blends: 4-10 lbs/acre
50 lbs – Raw
50 lbs – Coated
  • Common White Clover variety.
  • Low growth habit
  • Pasture and wildlife forage
Seed Rate Quantities Available
Pasture: 6-10 lbs/acre
Blends: 2-6 lbs/acre
5 lbs – Coated
50 lbs – Coated
  • Common Ladino White Clover
  • Taller growth habit than White Clover
  • Excellent for pastures, hay production and wildlife forage
Seed Rate Quantities Available
Pasture: 6-10 lbs/acre
Blends: 2-6 lbs/acre
5 lbs – Coated
50 lbs – Coated
  • Tall, upright growth habit
  • Fine, palatable stem
  • High leaf production compared to common Ladino Clover
Seed Rate Quantities Available
Pasture: 6-10 lbs/acre
Blends: 2-6 lbs/acre
50 lbs – Coated
  • Certified White Clover variety
  • Tall upright growth habit
  • Fine, palatable stem
  • High leaf production
Seed Rate Quantities Available
Pasture: 6-10 lbs/acre;
Blends: 2-6 lbs/acre
50 lbs – Coated
  • Primary uses include pasture & wildlife forage, cover crop, and single-season erosion control
  • Annual Clover
Seed Rate Quantities Available
Pasture/Cover Crop: 20-35 lbs/acre
Blends: 5-10 lbs/acre
50 lbs – Raw
50 lbs – Coated
  • Primary uses include pasturing and as a plow down cover crop.
Seed Rate Quantities Available
Pasture/Cover Crop: 6-15 lbs/acre
50 lbs – Raw
  • Perennial hay and pasture variety
  • Wet ground tolerant
Seed Rate Quantities Available
Pasture/Hay: 6-10 lbs/acre
Blends: 2-4 lbs/acre
50 lbs – Raw
  • Consistently near top of standability and tonnage trials at University of Kentucky
  • Certified
  • Pasture, hay and silage production
Seed Rate Quantities Available
Pasture/Hay: 8-15 lbs/acre
Blends: 4-10 lbs/acre
50 lbs – Raw
50 lbs – Coated
  • Common Red Clover variety
  • Pasture hay and silage production
Seed Rate Quantities Available
Pasture/Hay: 8-15 lbs/acre
Blends: 4-10 lbs/acre
50 lbs – Raw
50 lbs – Coated