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Autumn Multi-Graze

A blend that combines the winter hardiness and quality feed value of Swift for later grazing and the rapid establishment of Appin grazing turn up.

Individual crops including kale, forage rape and turnips have their own strengths but also grow well in combination and, as such, offer advantages in a similar way to herbage mixtures.

  • Increased forage choice for livestock
  • Higher dry matter intakes
  • Greater overall production per hectare

Main use

  • Late lamb finishing
  • Flushing ewes
  • Improving late-season grazing when grass growth is declining
Weight Mixture
1.25kg Swift hybrid brassica
0.90kg Appin grazing turnip
0.10kg Maris Kestrel kale
2.25kg/acre (5.5kg/ha)
Sowing rate 5.5kg/ha (2.25kg/acre)
Sowing time Mid-June to early August
Sowing depth 15mm (½ inch) or broadcast
Sowing instructions –       Drill into a fine tilth

–       Moist and warm soil conditions

–       Roll before and after drilling for good soil-to-seed contact

 

Additional comments Where broadcasting sow at 7.5kg/ha (3kg/acre)