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Frost Seeding Options
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Recommendations for Frost Seeding

Evergraze White Clover is a high yielding, easy to establish ladino white clover.  This variety works great in close grazing situations and is very persistent in dry conditions.   Click here for the Evergraze tech sheet.  Ladino white clover is frost seeded at approximately 4 to 6 pounds per acre.

Freedom Red Clover is an excellent companion to most cool season grasses for both grazing and haying.  Freedom has reduced stem pubescence and large leaves that make it ideal for grazing and hay production.   Click here for the Freedom Red Clover tech sheet.  Red clover is frost seeded at approximately 8 to 10 pounds per acre.

To increase diversity, try our new Red and White Clover Mix.  This is a blend of Evergraze and Freedom Red Clovers.  Frost seed at 8 pounds per acre to maximize production.

New for 2016, the Grasshancer 300FLC is a mix designed for frost seeding.  This blend is a combination of high quality DLF festulolium with red and white clover.  300FLC will boost dry matter yield of thinned out pastures or hay fields with 3 to 4 year persistency.  Seed is coated and fungicide treated to protect the seed and seedling during the prolonged period of germination and establishment.  Frost seed at 20 to 30 pounds per acre.

The Quick-To-Grow Mix is a combination of fast establishing grasses and clovers that can be frost seeded in existing pastures and hay fields.  This blend is great for filling in bare spots or high traffic areas.   Click here for the Quick-To-Grow tech sheet.  Quick-To-Grow is frost seeded at 10 to 20 pounds per acre.  It can also be planted at 30 to 40 pounds per acre for a fast growing, 3 to 4 year pasture.

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Add Value to your forages
"In order to increase our chances at profitability, cattle producers must reduce feed costs and this can be done most effectively through aggressive management of our forages.  The best returns from pasture fertilization will depend on effective utilization through well-managed livestock and forage programs." - Doug Hanson
Click here to read the full article on fertilizing forages from the Illinois Beef Association magazine.

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