– Disease Resistant
– Excellent Standability
– Great Exertion for Ease of Harvest
This hybrid has a large, red grain and high-test weight. A semi-open panicle and good head exertion allow for great threshability, while late season standability is an improvement over other ultra-early hybrids. Tillers are approximately the same height of the main panicle and helps this hybrid maintain its uniformity in the field. This hybrid is great in double-crop systems and also in situations to escape drought in longer season conditions. This hybrid has excellent resistance to anthracnose, downy mildew and head smut, which makes it a great choice for areas with high disease pressure.
This medium-early maturity hybrid produces a high density, high bushel weight, white grain. It has high tolerance to drought and will produce outstanding yields. The semi-open panicle has good exsertion and is easy threshing. Leaf quality is very good and shows stay green and excellent resistance to drought. Standability is very good because of a stiff stalk and its strong, deep root system.
Grain threshes well from the panicle during combine harvest. This variety gives a food grade hybrid with excellent quality in grain.
FS-300 is a non-BMR hybrid with tremendous yield potential. This hybrid has a shorter plant structure for good standability and will range from 72 inches to 84 inches in plant height. This hybrid is drought tolerant and is great for dry land conditions. FS-300 features good nutritional quality for a standard midrib hybrid and will produce a large grain head with high grain yields.
FS-300 BMR is the earliest BMR brachytic dwarf forage sorghum on the market. Being an 88 day hybrid, Upper Midwest producers are finally able to reach high yield potential with tremendous forage quality. The tillering capabilities of this hybrid are unsurpassed, allowing for increased yields and ground cover.
FS-3100 BMR is an Early, 100 Day Maturing BMR Brachytic Dwarf Forage Sorghum. This hybrid gets approximately 6 feet tall and has exceptional standability. The panicle produces large amounts of red grain that is high in starch which makes for an excellent grain to stover ratio. The amount of grain produced qualifies this hybrid for 100% LDP payments. In university trials, this hybrid has finished at or near the top in quality while being very competitive in yield when compared to Later Maturing hybrids. Protein, RFQ, and milk pounds per ton of forage have consistently been higher than corn checks in these trials. FS-3100 BMR is great to use in late planting or dry land silage situations, but will also respond well when planted under irrigation. This hybrid is a great alternative to corn silage or full season sorghum silages in many areas of the U.S., especially on the Northern Plains.
Medium early maturity. FS-500 BMR will typically reach boot to early heading stage in 65 to 75 days, hard dough grain development in 100 days after emergence. Unsurpassed forage quality. Extremely palatable, less waste. Digestibility and animal performance will be dramatically increased. Producers who use FS-500 BMR consider it the “Gold Standard” of top quality forage sorghum for hay or silage. Drought tolerant. Produces bronze grain of grain sorghum quality on compact heads.
A brown midrib sorghum-sudangrass hybrid with excellent vigor and drought tolerance. Its exceptional palatability and digestibility makes this the variety of choice for many stockmen. This hybrid has excellent regrowth potential for both haying or grazing. Producers value this hybrid’s exceptional palatability and digestibility, especially when harvest is delayed because of weather or other factors.
This sorghum-sudangrass produces thick, vigorous stands of fine-stemmed forage. It has excellent digestibility as compared to competing sorghum-sudan hybrids with standard genetics, as well as good early vigor and rapid regrowth. Because of its outstanding early growth potential, ruggedness, and wide area of adaption, this hybrid is extensively utilized by profit conscious livestock producers. It’s a reliable, proven favorite.
This white seeded pheasant and deer cover gets 4’ tall and stands excellent. Pheasants and deer love the white seeded grain because of its high palatability. Because of its leafiness, this product works great planted or drilled. If you are looking for a food plot product, Buck-N-Cock is the seed for you.
Northern hay producers will appreciate this top-yielding, fine stemmed alfalfa that is specialized for the upper Midwest. SB-1942’s deep roots and WSI of 2 will produce high yields for more years than most varieties. Quick recovery after harvest, 29 DRI and a Fall Dormancy Rating of 4 will allow up to 4 cuts if Mother Nature allows.
Hybrid Pearl Millet is a warm-season annual grass commonly used for livestock forage. Having excellent seedling vigor, it is very quick to establish and can be ready for grazing or haying in as little as four weeks after emergence. Unlike sorghum-sundangrass, there is no risk of prussic acid poisoning with Hybrid Pearl Millet. It has a very fine stalk and has a high leaf to stem ratio.
A great product for cattlemen. Planting oats and peas offers the following benefits:
• Reaches maturity before common times of heat and drought
• Take advantage of spring moisture
• Planted early, oats/peas will be ready by the end of June
• Leaves nice stubble to no-till into the next year
• Crude Protein around 12%.
• Under optimum conditions will yield 12-15 ton an acre
• When peas are inoculated, tests show up to 20# of nitrogen are put back into the soil.